Re: [XTalk] Re: [biblical-studies] Help locating an article by B. van Iersel
- The "Heilige Land Stichting is a Biblical Open Air Museum. It has undergone recently a significant transformation. Van Iersel's address was indeed on the location. Since Van Tilborg cites an article published under that name I assumed the foundation "Heilige Land" ran a publication as well.
Karel Hanhart .
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From: Jeffrey B. Gibson
Sent: Friday, November 28, 2008 8:54 PM
Subject: Re: [XTalk] Re: [biblical-studies] Help locating an article by B. van Iersel
David Hindley wrote:
> This is likely water under the bridge now, but I was under the impression that Heilig-Land-Stichting published pictorial
> encyclopedias and/or other books aimed at children.
> Ken Olsen probably was correct about the citation being a corruption of van Iersel's street address in the Netherlands.
> Jeffrey, what was the result? Did you ever find the source?
The source seems to be, as was noted earlier by Steven Goranson,
Het Heilig Land.
Dutch Serial Publication : Periodical : Monthly
Nijmegen : Heilig-Land-Stichting,
Title: Het Heilig Land.
Corp Author(s): Heilig-Land-Stichting ; (Nijmegen).
Publication: Nijmegen : Heilig-Land-Stichting,
Frequency: Verschijnt 1x per maand
Description: Jrg. 2 (1914/15)-jrg. 28 (1940/41); N.S. jrg. 1 (1948) - jrg. 21
Standard No: Other: PA0614133
The problem is that I still do not have the title of the article.
Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon)
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