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student journal explores the ancient world

Photos by Richard B. Crookston

Many students in Near Eastern studies lack the opportunity to publish in their field. Studia Antiqua provides such an opportunity.

j

oining the church at age twenty changed the

(SANE) organization at BYU. The organization spon­

life of Daniel O. McClellan. A year later, while serving a

sors faculty lectures twice a month and other symposia

mission, he became fascinated with Hebrew and decided

on the ancient world. In the process of these gatherings,

to make it his life’s goal to study the Bible in its original

the students heard about a defunct journal called Studia

languages. He decided to major in ancient Near Eastern

Antiqua started by BYU student Matthew J. Grey in 2002.

studies and joined the Students of the Ancient Near East

They began seeking funding to bring it back to life.

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2009 Winter Review Magazine (2.1)  
2009 Winter Review Magazine (2.1)  

BYU Religious Education Review magazine provides readers with information about BYU’s college of Religious Education, the Religious Studies...

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