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lateral movements in the water. It can grow to four feet or more. A bright disk, which would not drop like a stone, would attract it. In East Africa it is often caught with a hook baited with tinfoil. It is scaleless, prohibited by Mosaic law. No one would dream of fishing for catfish, and their lives

In: Novum Testamentum

the Department of Religious Studies, Makerere University College, University of East Africa on July 7th, 1965. 2) A previous attempt to explain the parable is found in "Zum Ver- standnis von Mt xxv 1-13", F. A. STROBEL, Novum Testamentum vol. II, fasc. 3/4 pp. 199-227, in which the author finds the

In: Novum Testamentum
Author: John Thorley

substantial length which is contemporary with the NT writers, and non- literary, but the Periplus Maris Erythraei, written most probably around AD 70, seems to fit these criteria. This work, a description of the trade between the Red Sea coast of Egypt and the east-East Africa, the Persian Gulf, India and

In: Novum Testamentum