epigraph

(i) Verse, or short saying, that is not part of a work but standing before it as a kind of entry point. In modern works these are usually printed with the other introductory material, often just before the title page (cf. Am 1:2).

(ii) Writing related to the Bible, but not part of the biblical corpus, eg. Ancient Near Eastern texts discovered in Palestine, such as the Gezer Calendar.


This page is part of the Hypertext Bible Commentary - Amos,

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