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Originally appearing in Volume V02, Page 846 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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JOSEPH ATHIAS (d. 1700), Jewish rabbi and printer, was born in Spain and settled in Amsterdam. His editions of the Hebrew Bible (1661, 1667) are noted for beauty of execution and the general correctness of the text. He also printed a Judaeo-German edition of the Bible in 1679, a year after the appearance of the edition by Uri Phoebus.
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ATHETOSIS (Gr. seers, " without place ")
ATHLETE (Gr. aOX177'7r; Lat. athleta)

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