Dictionnaire de la Bible

September 3, 2016

Since I have begun posting links to French reference works, I might as well post the following:

Dictionnaire de la Bible

Edited by F. Vigouroux, with the collaboration of many scholars. Published in 39 fascicles between 1895 and 1912, and brought together into eleven separate volumes in 1912 (each of the five “tomes” of the work takes up at least two physical volumes).

On Internet Archive:
Tome 1/1: A – Armoni
Tome 1/2: Arnald – Bythner
Tome 2/1: C
Tome 2/2: D – F
Tome 3/1: G – Izrahia
Tome 3/2: Isaie – Kurzeniecki
Tome 4/1: L – Mezuza
Tome 4/2: Miamin – Pavot
Tome 5/1: Pé – Pudens
Tome 5/2: Pudens – Siloé
Tome 5/3: Siloé – Zuzim

 

Two of the earlier fascicles, on BnF Gallica:
Fasc. 31: Pé – Pierre  (1908)
Fasc. 39: Tuteur – Zuzim (1912)

 

Some articles of possible interest:
Aaron
Abel
Abomination de la Désolation
Abraham
Absalom
Actes des Apôtres
Adam
Agar (i.e., Hagar)
Alexandrie (École exégétique d’)
Alphabet hébreu
Âme (i.e., Soul)
Ange
Annonciation
Antioche de Syrie
Antioche (École exégétique d’)
Antiochus IV Épiphane
Apocalypse
Apollinaire de Laodicée
Apôtre
Arabe
Ararat
Arche d’Alliance (Ark of the Covenant)
Arménie
David
Élie (the Prophet Elijah)
Évangiles
(Tableau synoptique des quatre évangiles)
Ève
Ézéchiel (the Prophet Ezekiel)
Isaïe (the Prophet Isaiah)
Israël (peuple et royaume de)
Jérémie (the Prophet Jeremiah)
Jéricho
Jérusalem
Jésus-Christ
Joab
Miracle
Mischna
Moab
Moïse (Moses)
Musique des Hébreux
Paul (Saint)
Péché originel
Pharisiens
Philistins
Pierre (Saint)
Pilate (Ponce)
Prophète
Prophétie
Proverbes (livre des)
Psaumes (livre des)
Publicains
Salomon
Samaritains
Samuel
Synagogue

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