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  • The word is based on the Greek word biblion, which means 'book'.

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  • The Greek word biblos was based upon this, and it came to be the word for book (a small book was termed biblion), and by the 2nd century AD, Greek

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  • Byblos, which was so-named as a result of the trade and manufacture of writing material based on the Greek word biblos was based upon this, and it came to be the word for book (a small book was termed biblion), and by the 2nd century A.D. Greek

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  • Byblos, which was so-named as a result of the trade and manufacture of writing material based on the Greek word biblos was based upon this, and it came to be the word for book (a small book was termed biblion), and by the 2nd century A.D. Greek

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  • Byblos, which was so-named as a result of the trade and manufacture of writing material based on the Greek word biblos was based upon this, and it came to be the word for book (a small book was termed biblion), and by the 2nd century A.D. Greek

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  • Byblos, which was so-named as a result of the trade and manufacture of writing material based on the Greek word biblos was based upon this, and it came to be the word for book (a small book was termed biblion), and by the 2nd century A.D. Greek

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  • Byblos, which was so-named as a result of the trade and manufacture of writing material based on the Greek word biblos was based upon this, and it came to be the word for book (a small book was termed biblion), and by the 2nd century A.D. Greek

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  • Byblos, which was so-named as a result of the trade and manufacture of writing material based on the Greek word biblos was based upon this, and it came to be the word for book (a small book was termed biblion), and by the 2nd century A.D. Greek

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  • This stemmed from the Greek term τὰ βιβλία τὰ ἅγια (ta biblia ta hagia), “the holy books”, which derived from βιβλίον (biblion), [4] “paper” or “scroll,” the ordinary word for “book”, which was originally a diminutive of βύβλος (byblos, “Egyptian papyrus”), possibly so called from the name of the Phoenician port Byblos (also known as Gebal) from whence Egyptian papyrus was exported to Greece.

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  • The word is a combination of the Greek words “biblion” (book) and “latria” (worship), and though it may also refer to an extreme devotion to books in general, it is more often used as a derogatory reference to making the Bible an idol rather than a “pointer”.

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  • A book on a scroll.

    September 30, 2008