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Margaret Dunlop Gibson (18431920) was an accomplished translator who along with her twin, Agnes Smith Lewis, became known as one of the Westminster Sisters. The twins were Semitic scholars who learned more than a dozen languages between them, becoming pioneers in academics at Westminster College in Cambridge. One of the works Margaret Dunlop Gibson was the Apocrypha Arabica, which she translated from the Syriac, Arabic and Ethiopic languages used in the churches of Asia and Africa, and it serves as a leading line of ancient history, as well as of the philosophy of religion. Some scholars believe it was written by a Christian during the 6th century. This edition of Apocrphya Arabica is specially formatted with a Table of Contents.

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