Books of Jeu
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The Books of Jeu are gnostic manuscripts.
Efforts at dating
It seems probable that the Gnostic texts were written intended for the involvement of initiatory rituals.
- navigation:goto MS Bruce @ Bodleian Library home page:Department of Special Collections and Western Manuscripts retrieved at 17:45 21/10/2011
- Gnosticism and Christianity in Roman and Coptic Egypt. Retrieved 2011-10-21. (text written by Birger A. Pearson) published (2004) ISBN 0-567-02610-8
- *Online text of the 1st book of Jeu retrieved 17:02, 2nd of May 2005
- The Gnostic Society Library citing Carl Schmidt, The Books of JEU and The Untitled Text in the Bruce Codex (Brill Archive, 1978). retrieved 17:02, 2 May 2005 ISBN 90-04-05754-4
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