Wiseman Hypothesis - Books


  • Wiseman, P. J. (1936). New Discoveries in Babylonia about Genesis. London: Marsh, Morgan and Scott.
  • Wiseman, P.J. (1985). Wiseman, D.J., ed. Ancient Records and the Structure of Genesis: A Case for Literary Unity. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, Inc. ISBN 978-0-8407-7502-3.

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