Abrahamic-Israelite and associated religions
below will lead to pages attempting to set forth select areas within the
"Abrahamic" area of Religious Studies.
Something of the
holdings of my personal library in the UK (Newcastle upon Tyne) and the USA
(Athens, Ohio) will at the same time be indicated. For Islamic, Shī`ī-Shaykhī (al-Shaykhiyya) bibliography
see the hyperlinks below and on the Main Home page :
Religious Studies references and miscellany
Israelite religion and the Ancient Near East
Studies Reference works and Encyclopedias.
Biblical Studies General
Biblical Studies Software +Cd Roms.
The Bible + various
translations, Arabic, Persian, Turkish...
biblical studies Festschrifts and
Biblical and post-biblical Studies
Post-Biblical Apocryphal and Pseudepigraphal writings
Zoroastrianism and Manichaeism
Judaism and Judaica
Post Biblical &
Alexandria (d. c. 50 CE?).
Esotericism and Magic
Book of Formation")
Judaisms and Islam
Middle Eastern Jews, Persian-[Iranian Jews and Judaism
Dead Sea Scrolls
JESUS AND THE NEW TESTAMENT
Jesus, the New Testament & Christian Origins
Christianity and associated movements
Apocryphal writings, Gnostic and other Gospels
Language, Texts and Literatures
Adventist Groups and
Jews, Bābīs and Bahā'īs:
Bibliographical and Historical Notes
Missionaries and Muslims
in Persia and the Middle East
1890's VIEW OF HAIFA
FROM Mt. CARMEL.
about Western Galilee (Palestine-Israel),
Acre (Akko = `Akka'), Haifa , Mount
Carnel, etc ...
Thomas K. Cheyne
(1841-1915) Biblical Scholar and Bahā'ī
The Poetess Elizabeth Gibson Chyene
wife was the poetess Elizabeth Gibson
Cheyne (1869-1931) daughter of John Pattinson Gibson (a chemist of Hexham) whom he married
(aged 69) on August 28th [19th] 1911 about four years after
the death of his first wife. Elizabeth Gibson was the sister of the `War Poet'
Wilfred Wilson Gibson (b. Hexham 1878-1962):
http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/gibson.htm. Both of T.K. Cheyne's
marriages were childless.
Gibson Cheyne - Bibliography.htm
The first wife of TKC was Frances E. Godfrey (1844-1907),
the third daughter of the Revd D. R. Godfrey, fellow of Queen's College, Oxford,
and rector of Stow, Norfolk, whom he married on 31st January 1882. His second
Arabic and Islamic
New Books and URLs of
Interest in this field