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The history of the Jewish people in the age of Jesus Christ, by Emil Schurer ; a new English version revised and edited by Geza Vermes, Fergus Millar, Matthew Black, and Martin Goodman ; literary editor Pamela Vermes

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The history of the Jewish people in the age of Jesus Christ
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by Emil Schurer ; a new English version revised and edited by Geza Vermes, Fergus Millar, Matthew Black, and Martin Goodman ; literary editor Pamela Vermes
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Contents
  • Asinius Pollio
  • Hypsicrates
  • Q. Dellius
  • Strabo
  • Herod's memoirs
  • Ptolemaeus
  • Vespasian's Commentarii
  • Antonius Julianus
  • Justus of Tiberias
  • Ariston of Pella
  • v.1. Prefaces -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Scope and purpose of the work
  • Papyrus Fragments
  • Teucer of Cyzicus
  • Various works
  • Chronographers.
  • Josephus.
  • Greek and Latin authors.
  • Rabbinic Literature
  • Talmudic Literature
  • Midrashim
  • Targums
  • Auxiliary sciences: archaeology, geography, chronology, numismatics, epigraphy. The Sources
  • Historical works.
  • Manuscripts from the Judaean Desert. Part one.
  • First Period from Antiochus Epiphanes to the capture of Jerusalem by Pompey.
  • Maccabaean rising and the Age of Independence 175 B.C.-63 B.C.
  • Survey of the history of Syria in the last centuries of Seleucid Rule
  • Religious crisis and revolution 175-164 B.C.
  • Judas Maccabaeus 164-161 B.C.
  • Jonathan 161-143 B.C.
  • Simon 143/2-135/4 B.C.
  • John Hyrcannus I 135/4-104 B.C.
  • Two books of the Maccabees
  • Aristobulus I 104-103 B.C.
  • Alexander Jannaeus 103-76 B.C.
  • Alexandra 76-67 B.C.
  • Aristobulus II 67-63 B.C.
  • Second Period from the Capture of Jerusalem by Pompey to the Hadrianic War.
  • Roman-Herodian Age 63 B.C.-A.D. 135.
  • Survey of the Roman province of Syria from 63 B.C. to A.D. 70
  • Hyrcanus II 63-40 B.C.
  • Rise of Antipater and his sons Phasael and Herod
  • Antigonus 40-37 B.C.
  • Non-Extant sources
  • Herod the Great 37-4 B.C.
  • Disturbances after Herod's Death 4 B.C.
  • From the death of Herod the Great to Agrippa I 4 B.C.-AD 41 the sons of Herod
  • Phillip 4 B.C.-A.D. 33/4
  • Herod Antipas 4 B.C.-A.D. 39
  • Archelaus 4 B.C.-A.D. 6
  • Judaea under Roman governors A.D. 6-41
  • Excursus I the Census of Quirinius
  • Excursus II Josephus on Jesus and James.
  • Agrippa I A.D. 37, 40, 41-44
  • Jason of Cyrene
  • Roman procurators A.D. 44-66
  • Excursus-Agrippa II A.D. 50-(?)92/3.
  • Great war with Rome A.D. (?)66-74
  • Outbreak and triumph of the revolution A.D. 66
  • War in Galilee A.D. 67
  • From the subjugation of Galilee to the siege of Jerusalem A.D. 68-69
  • Seige and capture of Jerusalem A.D. 70
  • Sequel to the war A.D. (?) 71-74.
  • From the destruction of Jerusalem to the downfall of Bar Kokhba
  • Conditions in Palestine from Vespasian to Hadrian
  • History of Hyrcanus
  • Wars under Trajan A.D. 115-117
  • Great Revolt under Hadrian A.D. 132-135. Appendices
  • History of Chalcis, Ituraea and Abilene
  • History of Nabataean Kings
  • Principal features of the Jewish calendar
  • Hebrew coins
  • Parallel years of the Olympic, Seleucid and Christian eras
  • Seleucids
  • Hasmonaean family
  • Herodian family
  • Poisdonius of Apamea
  • Timagenes of Alexandria
  • Gaza
  • Anthedon
  • Ascalon
  • Azotus
  • Jamnia
  • Joppa
  • Apollonia
  • Straton's Tower
  • Dora
  • Ptolemais
  • v.2. Prefaces -- Abbreviations.
  • Damascus
  • Hippus
  • Gadara
  • Abila
  • Raphana
  • Kanata?
  • Kanatha
  • Scythopolis
  • Pella
  • Dium
  • Cultural setting
  • Gerasa
  • Philadelphia
  • Samaria
  • Gaba
  • Esbon or Hesbon
  • Antipatris ---
  • Phasaelis
  • Caesarea Panias
  • ?Julias
  • Sepphoris
  • Population and language
  • Julias or Livias
  • Tiberius.
  • Jewish region.
  • Sanhedrin
  • History of the Sanhedrin
  • Composition of the Sanhedrin
  • Competence of the Sanhedrin
  • Time and place of sessions
  • Judicial procedure.
  • High Priests.
  • Spread of Hellenism
  • Priesthood and Temple worship
  • Priesthood as a class
  • Priestly dues
  • Priestly offices
  • Daily worship.
  • Gentile participation in worship at Jerusalem
  • Torah scholarship
  • Canonicity of scripture
  • Torah scholars and their work in general
  • Halakhah and Haggadah
  • Position of Judaism in regard to Paganism.
  • Major Torah scholars.
  • Pharisees and Sadducees.
  • School and Synagogue: community organization, officers, buildings, worship.
  • Shema and the Shemoneh Esreh: life and the law, general remarks, Sabbath observance, purity laws, ritualism, social changes and the law.
  • Messianism
  • Relation to the older Messianic hope
  • Elijah as precursor
  • Coming of the Messiah
  • Last assault of the hostile powers
  • Destruction of hostile powers
  • Political institutions
  • Renewal of Jerusalem
  • Gathering of the dispersed
  • Kingdom of Glory in the Holy Land
  • Renewal of the world
  • General resurrection
  • Last Judgement: Eternal bliss and damnation.
  • Suffering Messiah.
  • Qumran Messiahs and Messianism.
  • Essenes
  • Essenes according to Philo, Josephus and Pliny
  • Helenistic cities
  • Organization of the community
  • Ethics, customs and usages
  • Religious thought.
  • Qumran Community according to the Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Organization of the Qumran Community
  • Doctrine and religious observances
  • Qumran Community and the Essenes.
  • Origin and history of the Essenes
  • Therapeutae.
  • Philo's account.
  • Raphia
  • Therapeutae - Essenes - Qumran.
  • Relationship between Therapeutae and Essenes.
  • Fourth philosophy: Sicarii and Zealots
  • North Coast of the Black Sea
  • Poetry
  • Hodayoth or thanksgiving hymns (1QH).
  • Liturgical texts
  • Master's blessings (1QSb)
  • Blessings and curses
  • Daily prayers
  • Prayers for festivals
  • Marriage ritual (?) (4Q502)
  • Angelic liturgy or Serekh Shiroth 'olath ha-Shabbath
  • Small liturgical fragments.
  • Egypt: lower Egypt, middle Egypt, upper Egypt
  • Miscellaneous texts
  • 'Horoscopes' (4QCryptic = 4Q186)
  • Calendars
  • Copper scroll (3Q15).
  • Jewish literature composed in Greek. Introduction
  • Translation of the Canonical Bible
  • Septuagint
  • Aquila and Theodotion.
  • Translations into Greek of non-scriptural semitic texts.
  • Prose literature about the past
  • Cyrenaica
  • Demetrius
  • Eupolemus
  • Artapanus
  • Aristeas the Exegete
  • Cleodemus or Malchus
  • Anonymous writer (Pseudo-Eupolemus)
  • Jason of Cyrene and the Second Book of Maccabees
  • Third Book of Maccabees
  • Philo's historical writings
  • Thallus
  • Africa
  • Josephus
  • Justus of Tiberias
  • Joseph and Asenath
  • Testament of Job
  • Lost Greek histories written by Jews.
  • Epic poetry and drama
  • Philo the epic poet
  • Theodotus
  • Ezekiel the tragic poet.
  • Philosophy
  • Macedonia and Greece
  • Wisdom of Solomon
  • Aristobulus
  • Philo
  • Fourth Book of Maccabees.
  • Apologetics.
  • Literary Opponents
  • Manetho
  • Mnaseas
  • Apollonius Molon
  • Lysimachus
  • Greek Islands
  • Chaeremon
  • Apion
  • Other literary opponents.
  • Jewish Apologetics.
  • Jewish writings under gentile pseudonyms
  • Sibylline oracles
  • [Hystaspes]
  • Forged verses of Greek poets
  • Dubious Fragments under gentile names for which a Jewish origin has been claimed
  • [Letters of Heraclitus]
  • Balkans
  • [Letter of Diogenes]
  • [Hermippus]
  • [Numenius]
  • [Hermes Trismegistus]
  • [Greek Chronographers]
  • Pseudo-Tages.
  • Orator Caecilius of Calacte
  • Rome
  • Italy
  • Spain, Gaul and Germany.
  • v.3 pt.1. Prefaces. Abbreviations.
  • Internal organization of the communities.
  • Constitutional position of the communities.
  • Civic rights.
  • Religious life.
  • Gentiles and Judaism: 'God-Fearers' and proselytes.
  • Jewish literature composed in Hebrew or Aramaic: preliminary remarks
  • Historiography
  • First book of Maccabees
  • History of John Hyrcanus
  • Josephus - history of the Jewish War.
  • Judaisim in the diaspora: gentiles and Judaism
  • Religious poetry
  • Maccabaean Psalms
  • Apocryphal Psalms
  • Psalms of Solomon.
  • Wisdom literature
  • Jesus Sirach or Jesus ben Sira
  • Wisdom literature from Qumran. Pirqê Abôth.
  • Diactic and Paraenetical stories
  • Book of Judith
  • Book of Tobit
  • Geographical Survey
  • Story of Ahiqar.
  • Prophetic-Apocalyptic pseudepigrpha
  • Book of Daniel
  • Ethiopic Book of Enoch
  • Assumption or Testament of Moses
  • Apocalypse of Abraham
  • Chronicles of Jeremiah
  • Fourth Book of Ezra
  • Qumran pseudepigraphic prophecies.
  • Biblical Midrash
  • Mesopotamia, Media, Babylonia
  • Book of Jubilees
  • Genesis apocryphon from Qumran
  • Pseudo-Philo's book of biblical antiquities
  • Book of Noah
  • Testament of Kohath
  • Testament of Amram
  • Samuel apocryphon
  • Martyrdom of Isaiah
  • Apocryphal fragments.
  • Incantations and books of magic
  • Dura-Europos
  • Sefer ha-Razim (The Book of Mysteries = ShR)
  • Harba de Mosheh (The Sword of Moses = HdM)
  • Incantation bowls and amulets in Hebrew and Aramaic
  • Jewish magical texts preserved in Greek
  • Theurgy in the Hekhalot texts
  • Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Rabbinic physiognomy
  • Treatise of Shem (= TrShem)
  • Testament of Solomon (= TSol).
  • Writings of the Qumran Community
  • Syria
  • Rules
  • Community rule or Manual of discipline
  • Rule of the congregation or Messianic rule
  • Damascus rule or Zadokite fragments
  • War rule
  • Temple Scroll.
  • Bible interpretation
  • Interpretation of particular books
  • Genesis Apocryphon (1QapGen)
  • Ages of the Creation (4Q180)
  • Arabian Peninsula
  • Blessings of Jacob (4QPBless)
  • Pentateuch anthology (4Q158)
  • Words of Moses (1QDM = 1Q22)
  • Commentaries on Isaiah
  • New Jerusalem
  • Commentaries on Hosea (4QpHos = 4Q166-167)
  • Commentary on Micah (1QpMic = 1Q14)
  • Commentary on Nahum (4QpNah = 4Q169)
  • Commentary on Habakkuk (1QpHab)
  • Commentaries on Zephaniah (1Q15 and 1Q70)
  • Asia Minor
  • Commentaries on the Psalms (4QpPss a-b or 4Q171, 173)
  • Prayer of Nabonidus (4QprNab)
  • Pseudo-Daniel cycle (4QpsDan ar a-c).
  • Interpretation of diverse Biblical texts
  • Ordinances or commentaries on Biblical laws (4Q159, 513, 514)
  • Florilegium or Midrash on the last days (QFlor = 4Q174)
  • Testimonia or Messianic Anthology (4QTest = 4Q174)
  • Tanhumim or words of consolation (4QTanh = 4Q176)
  • Catena or Midrash on the Psalms (4Q177)
  • Melchizedek Midrash (11QMelch).
  • Letter of Jeremiah.
  • Pseudepigraphic Apocalypses
  • 2 (Slavonic) Enoch
  • Syriac Apocalyps of Baruch (=2 Baruch).
  • Biblical Midrash
  • Life of Adam and Eve (Apocalypse of Moses) -- Appendix:
  • Other writings about Adam
  • Testament of Abraham
  • Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs
  • Book of Jannes and Jambres
  • v.3 pt.2.
  • Book of Eldad and Modad
  • Lives of the Prophets. Appendix:
  • Works of Uncertain (Jewish or Christian) origin
  • Odes of Solomon
  • Greek Apocalypse of Baruch (3 Baruch)
  • Apocryphon of Ezekiel
  • Lost Pseudepigrapha
  • Prayer of Joseph
  • Apocalypse of Elijah
  • Apocalyps of Zephaniah
  • Jewish literature of which the original language is uncertain.
  • Small Fragments of anonymous Jewish literature in Christian texts.
  • Jewish philosopher Philo
  • Life and Works
  • Philo's philosophical thought. Index
  • Revision and completion of Biblical literature
  • Greek Ezra or I Esdras
  • Additions to Esther
  • Additions to Daniel
  • Prayer of Manasseh
  • Book of Baruch (=1 Baruch)
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22 cm
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v. <1-3 pt. 1-2>
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9780567501615
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(vol.1 pbk.)
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rdamedia
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The history of the Jewish people in the age of Jesus Christ, by Emil Schurer ; a new English version revised and edited by Geza Vermes, Fergus Millar, Matthew Black, and Martin Goodman ; literary editor Pamela Vermes
Publication
Note
Translated from the German
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index (p. 893-1009)
Carrier category
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Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
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Contents
  • Asinius Pollio
  • Hypsicrates
  • Q. Dellius
  • Strabo
  • Herod's memoirs
  • Ptolemaeus
  • Vespasian's Commentarii
  • Antonius Julianus
  • Justus of Tiberias
  • Ariston of Pella
  • v.1. Prefaces -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Scope and purpose of the work
  • Papyrus Fragments
  • Teucer of Cyzicus
  • Various works
  • Chronographers.
  • Josephus.
  • Greek and Latin authors.
  • Rabbinic Literature
  • Talmudic Literature
  • Midrashim
  • Targums
  • Auxiliary sciences: archaeology, geography, chronology, numismatics, epigraphy. The Sources
  • Historical works.
  • Manuscripts from the Judaean Desert. Part one.
  • First Period from Antiochus Epiphanes to the capture of Jerusalem by Pompey.
  • Maccabaean rising and the Age of Independence 175 B.C.-63 B.C.
  • Survey of the history of Syria in the last centuries of Seleucid Rule
  • Religious crisis and revolution 175-164 B.C.
  • Judas Maccabaeus 164-161 B.C.
  • Jonathan 161-143 B.C.
  • Simon 143/2-135/4 B.C.
  • John Hyrcannus I 135/4-104 B.C.
  • Two books of the Maccabees
  • Aristobulus I 104-103 B.C.
  • Alexander Jannaeus 103-76 B.C.
  • Alexandra 76-67 B.C.
  • Aristobulus II 67-63 B.C.
  • Second Period from the Capture of Jerusalem by Pompey to the Hadrianic War.
  • Roman-Herodian Age 63 B.C.-A.D. 135.
  • Survey of the Roman province of Syria from 63 B.C. to A.D. 70
  • Hyrcanus II 63-40 B.C.
  • Rise of Antipater and his sons Phasael and Herod
  • Antigonus 40-37 B.C.
  • Non-Extant sources
  • Herod the Great 37-4 B.C.
  • Disturbances after Herod's Death 4 B.C.
  • From the death of Herod the Great to Agrippa I 4 B.C.-AD 41 the sons of Herod
  • Phillip 4 B.C.-A.D. 33/4
  • Herod Antipas 4 B.C.-A.D. 39
  • Archelaus 4 B.C.-A.D. 6
  • Judaea under Roman governors A.D. 6-41
  • Excursus I the Census of Quirinius
  • Excursus II Josephus on Jesus and James.
  • Agrippa I A.D. 37, 40, 41-44
  • Jason of Cyrene
  • Roman procurators A.D. 44-66
  • Excursus-Agrippa II A.D. 50-(?)92/3.
  • Great war with Rome A.D. (?)66-74
  • Outbreak and triumph of the revolution A.D. 66
  • War in Galilee A.D. 67
  • From the subjugation of Galilee to the siege of Jerusalem A.D. 68-69
  • Seige and capture of Jerusalem A.D. 70
  • Sequel to the war A.D. (?) 71-74.
  • From the destruction of Jerusalem to the downfall of Bar Kokhba
  • Conditions in Palestine from Vespasian to Hadrian
  • History of Hyrcanus
  • Wars under Trajan A.D. 115-117
  • Great Revolt under Hadrian A.D. 132-135. Appendices
  • History of Chalcis, Ituraea and Abilene
  • History of Nabataean Kings
  • Principal features of the Jewish calendar
  • Hebrew coins
  • Parallel years of the Olympic, Seleucid and Christian eras
  • Seleucids
  • Hasmonaean family
  • Herodian family
  • Poisdonius of Apamea
  • Timagenes of Alexandria
  • Gaza
  • Anthedon
  • Ascalon
  • Azotus
  • Jamnia
  • Joppa
  • Apollonia
  • Straton's Tower
  • Dora
  • Ptolemais
  • v.2. Prefaces -- Abbreviations.
  • Damascus
  • Hippus
  • Gadara
  • Abila
  • Raphana
  • Kanata?
  • Kanatha
  • Scythopolis
  • Pella
  • Dium
  • Cultural setting
  • Gerasa
  • Philadelphia
  • Samaria
  • Gaba
  • Esbon or Hesbon
  • Antipatris ---
  • Phasaelis
  • Caesarea Panias
  • ?Julias
  • Sepphoris
  • Population and language
  • Julias or Livias
  • Tiberius.
  • Jewish region.
  • Sanhedrin
  • History of the Sanhedrin
  • Composition of the Sanhedrin
  • Competence of the Sanhedrin
  • Time and place of sessions
  • Judicial procedure.
  • High Priests.
  • Spread of Hellenism
  • Priesthood and Temple worship
  • Priesthood as a class
  • Priestly dues
  • Priestly offices
  • Daily worship.
  • Gentile participation in worship at Jerusalem
  • Torah scholarship
  • Canonicity of scripture
  • Torah scholars and their work in general
  • Halakhah and Haggadah
  • Position of Judaism in regard to Paganism.
  • Major Torah scholars.
  • Pharisees and Sadducees.
  • School and Synagogue: community organization, officers, buildings, worship.
  • Shema and the Shemoneh Esreh: life and the law, general remarks, Sabbath observance, purity laws, ritualism, social changes and the law.
  • Messianism
  • Relation to the older Messianic hope
  • Elijah as precursor
  • Coming of the Messiah
  • Last assault of the hostile powers
  • Destruction of hostile powers
  • Political institutions
  • Renewal of Jerusalem
  • Gathering of the dispersed
  • Kingdom of Glory in the Holy Land
  • Renewal of the world
  • General resurrection
  • Last Judgement: Eternal bliss and damnation.
  • Suffering Messiah.
  • Qumran Messiahs and Messianism.
  • Essenes
  • Essenes according to Philo, Josephus and Pliny
  • Helenistic cities
  • Organization of the community
  • Ethics, customs and usages
  • Religious thought.
  • Qumran Community according to the Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Organization of the Qumran Community
  • Doctrine and religious observances
  • Qumran Community and the Essenes.
  • Origin and history of the Essenes
  • Therapeutae.
  • Philo's account.
  • Raphia
  • Therapeutae - Essenes - Qumran.
  • Relationship between Therapeutae and Essenes.
  • Fourth philosophy: Sicarii and Zealots
  • North Coast of the Black Sea
  • Poetry
  • Hodayoth or thanksgiving hymns (1QH).
  • Liturgical texts
  • Master's blessings (1QSb)
  • Blessings and curses
  • Daily prayers
  • Prayers for festivals
  • Marriage ritual (?) (4Q502)
  • Angelic liturgy or Serekh Shiroth 'olath ha-Shabbath
  • Small liturgical fragments.
  • Egypt: lower Egypt, middle Egypt, upper Egypt
  • Miscellaneous texts
  • 'Horoscopes' (4QCryptic = 4Q186)
  • Calendars
  • Copper scroll (3Q15).
  • Jewish literature composed in Greek. Introduction
  • Translation of the Canonical Bible
  • Septuagint
  • Aquila and Theodotion.
  • Translations into Greek of non-scriptural semitic texts.
  • Prose literature about the past
  • Cyrenaica
  • Demetrius
  • Eupolemus
  • Artapanus
  • Aristeas the Exegete
  • Cleodemus or Malchus
  • Anonymous writer (Pseudo-Eupolemus)
  • Jason of Cyrene and the Second Book of Maccabees
  • Third Book of Maccabees
  • Philo's historical writings
  • Thallus
  • Africa
  • Josephus
  • Justus of Tiberias
  • Joseph and Asenath
  • Testament of Job
  • Lost Greek histories written by Jews.
  • Epic poetry and drama
  • Philo the epic poet
  • Theodotus
  • Ezekiel the tragic poet.
  • Philosophy
  • Macedonia and Greece
  • Wisdom of Solomon
  • Aristobulus
  • Philo
  • Fourth Book of Maccabees.
  • Apologetics.
  • Literary Opponents
  • Manetho
  • Mnaseas
  • Apollonius Molon
  • Lysimachus
  • Greek Islands
  • Chaeremon
  • Apion
  • Other literary opponents.
  • Jewish Apologetics.
  • Jewish writings under gentile pseudonyms
  • Sibylline oracles
  • [Hystaspes]
  • Forged verses of Greek poets
  • Dubious Fragments under gentile names for which a Jewish origin has been claimed
  • [Letters of Heraclitus]
  • Balkans
  • [Letter of Diogenes]
  • [Hermippus]
  • [Numenius]
  • [Hermes Trismegistus]
  • [Greek Chronographers]
  • Pseudo-Tages.
  • Orator Caecilius of Calacte
  • Rome
  • Italy
  • Spain, Gaul and Germany.
  • v.3 pt.1. Prefaces. Abbreviations.
  • Internal organization of the communities.
  • Constitutional position of the communities.
  • Civic rights.
  • Religious life.
  • Gentiles and Judaism: 'God-Fearers' and proselytes.
  • Jewish literature composed in Hebrew or Aramaic: preliminary remarks
  • Historiography
  • First book of Maccabees
  • History of John Hyrcanus
  • Josephus - history of the Jewish War.
  • Judaisim in the diaspora: gentiles and Judaism
  • Religious poetry
  • Maccabaean Psalms
  • Apocryphal Psalms
  • Psalms of Solomon.
  • Wisdom literature
  • Jesus Sirach or Jesus ben Sira
  • Wisdom literature from Qumran. Pirqê Abôth.
  • Diactic and Paraenetical stories
  • Book of Judith
  • Book of Tobit
  • Geographical Survey
  • Story of Ahiqar.
  • Prophetic-Apocalyptic pseudepigrpha
  • Book of Daniel
  • Ethiopic Book of Enoch
  • Assumption or Testament of Moses
  • Apocalypse of Abraham
  • Chronicles of Jeremiah
  • Fourth Book of Ezra
  • Qumran pseudepigraphic prophecies.
  • Biblical Midrash
  • Mesopotamia, Media, Babylonia
  • Book of Jubilees
  • Genesis apocryphon from Qumran
  • Pseudo-Philo's book of biblical antiquities
  • Book of Noah
  • Testament of Kohath
  • Testament of Amram
  • Samuel apocryphon
  • Martyrdom of Isaiah
  • Apocryphal fragments.
  • Incantations and books of magic
  • Dura-Europos
  • Sefer ha-Razim (The Book of Mysteries = ShR)
  • Harba de Mosheh (The Sword of Moses = HdM)
  • Incantation bowls and amulets in Hebrew and Aramaic
  • Jewish magical texts preserved in Greek
  • Theurgy in the Hekhalot texts
  • Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Rabbinic physiognomy
  • Treatise of Shem (= TrShem)
  • Testament of Solomon (= TSol).
  • Writings of the Qumran Community
  • Syria
  • Rules
  • Community rule or Manual of discipline
  • Rule of the congregation or Messianic rule
  • Damascus rule or Zadokite fragments
  • War rule
  • Temple Scroll.
  • Bible interpretation
  • Interpretation of particular books
  • Genesis Apocryphon (1QapGen)
  • Ages of the Creation (4Q180)
  • Arabian Peninsula
  • Blessings of Jacob (4QPBless)
  • Pentateuch anthology (4Q158)
  • Words of Moses (1QDM = 1Q22)
  • Commentaries on Isaiah
  • New Jerusalem
  • Commentaries on Hosea (4QpHos = 4Q166-167)
  • Commentary on Micah (1QpMic = 1Q14)
  • Commentary on Nahum (4QpNah = 4Q169)
  • Commentary on Habakkuk (1QpHab)
  • Commentaries on Zephaniah (1Q15 and 1Q70)
  • Asia Minor
  • Commentaries on the Psalms (4QpPss a-b or 4Q171, 173)
  • Prayer of Nabonidus (4QprNab)
  • Pseudo-Daniel cycle (4QpsDan ar a-c).
  • Interpretation of diverse Biblical texts
  • Ordinances or commentaries on Biblical laws (4Q159, 513, 514)
  • Florilegium or Midrash on the last days (QFlor = 4Q174)
  • Testimonia or Messianic Anthology (4QTest = 4Q174)
  • Tanhumim or words of consolation (4QTanh = 4Q176)
  • Catena or Midrash on the Psalms (4Q177)
  • Melchizedek Midrash (11QMelch).
  • Letter of Jeremiah.
  • Pseudepigraphic Apocalypses
  • 2 (Slavonic) Enoch
  • Syriac Apocalyps of Baruch (=2 Baruch).
  • Biblical Midrash
  • Life of Adam and Eve (Apocalypse of Moses) -- Appendix:
  • Other writings about Adam
  • Testament of Abraham
  • Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs
  • Book of Jannes and Jambres
  • v.3 pt.2.
  • Book of Eldad and Modad
  • Lives of the Prophets. Appendix:
  • Works of Uncertain (Jewish or Christian) origin
  • Odes of Solomon
  • Greek Apocalypse of Baruch (3 Baruch)
  • Apocryphon of Ezekiel
  • Lost Pseudepigrapha
  • Prayer of Joseph
  • Apocalypse of Elijah
  • Apocalyps of Zephaniah
  • Jewish literature of which the original language is uncertain.
  • Small Fragments of anonymous Jewish literature in Christian texts.
  • Jewish philosopher Philo
  • Life and Works
  • Philo's philosophical thought. Index
  • Revision and completion of Biblical literature
  • Greek Ezra or I Esdras
  • Additions to Esther
  • Additions to Daniel
  • Prayer of Manasseh
  • Book of Baruch (=1 Baruch)
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
v. <1-3 pt. 1-2>
Isbn
9780567501615
Isbn Type
(vol.1 pbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
geneal. tables
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn872592519
  • UtOrBLW

Library Locations

    • Harold B. Lee Library Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, 84602, US
      40.249156 -111.649242
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