From Enoch to Tobit : collected studies in ancient Jewish literature / Devorah Dimant.
- Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, .
- Forschungen zum Alten Testament ; 0940-4155 114.
Forschungen zum Alten Testament, 0940-4155 ; 114.
xvi, 367 pages ; 24 cm.
- Bible. Apocrypha.
Jewish religious literature -- History.
Aramaic literature -- History.
Bible. Esdras, 2nd.
Book of Jubilees.
Ethiopic book of Enoch.
Dead Sea scrolls.
- Publisher's description: The volume assembles twenty previously published studies by Devorah Dimant, which have been re-edited, updated, and furnished with an introductory essay written especially for this collection. The studies survey and analyze Jewish works composed in Hebrew, Aramaic or Greek during the Second Temple period, and discuss their contents, ideas, and connections to the Dead Sea Scrolls. Particular attention is paid to central issues, such as the apocalyptic worldview and literature and its relationship to the Dead Sea Scrolls. Among others, specific themes related to the Aramaic Tobit and 1 Enoch are analyzed as well as the links detected between the Hebrew Qumran writings Pseudo-Ezekiel and the Apocryphon of Jeremiah and the later apocalyptic works 4 Ezra and 2 Baruch. The introductory essay provides a general framework and pertinent terminology for discussing the literature in question. Together these essays offer a broad and fresh perspective of the Jewish literary scene in antiquity, with special attention to the one nurtured in the land of Israel.
- Introductory essay : the Jewish literary scene during the second temple period : framework and terminology
Election and laws of history in the apocalyptic literature
Apocalyptic and the Qumran library
The biography of Enoch and the books of Enoch
1 Enoch 6-11 : a fragment of a parabiblical work
Ideology and history in the animal apocalypse (1 Enoch 85-90)
Jerusalem and the temple in the animal apocalypse (1 Enoch 85-90) in light of the Qumran community worldview
The Book of Parables (1 Enoch 37-71) and the Qumran community worldview
Israel’s subjugation to the Gentiles as an expression of demonic power in Qumran documents and related literature
Tobit and the Qumran Aramaic texts
The Book of Tobit and the Qumran Halakhah
Tobit in Galilee
The family of Tobit
The wife of Job and the wife of Tobit
Judah and Tamar in Jubilees 41
Hebrew pseudepigrapha at Qumran
4 Ezra and 2 Baruch in Light of the Qumran Literature
From the book of Jeremiah to the Qumranic Apocryphon of Jeremiah C.
Pseudonymity in the wisdom of Solomon
4Q127 : an unknown Jewish apocryphal work?.
- Collection of texts published previously.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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