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Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Armenian studies : collected papers

Author: Michael E Stone
Publisher: Leuven ; Dudley, MA : Peeters, 2006-<2017>.
Series: Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta, 144-145, 253.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Collected works (form)
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Stone, Michael E., 1938-
Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Armenian studies.
Leuven ; Dudley, MA : Peeters, 2006
Online version:
Stone, Michael E., 1938-
Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Armenian studies.
Leuven ; Dudley, MA : Peeters, 2006
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael E Stone
ISBN: 9042916435 9789042916432 9042916443 9789042916449 9789042932098 9042932090
OCLC Number: 59011600
Language Note: In English with passages in Armenian.
Description: volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: v. 1. Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Dead Sea scrolls. Categorization and classification of the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha --
The Dead Sea scrolls and the Pseudepigrapha --
Jewish tradition, the Pseudepigrapha and the Christian West --
The axis of history at Qumran --
The transmission and reception of biblical and Jewish motifs in the Armenian tradition --
The study of the Armenian Apocrypha --
The Armenian apocryphal literature: translation and creation --
The bones of Adam and Eve --
Selections from On the Creation of the World by Yovhannēs Tʻulkurancʻi--
The legend of the Cheirograph of Adam --
Adam, Eve and the incarnation --
New discoveries relating to the Armenian Adam books --
The document called "Question" --
The genealogy of Bilhah --
Why Naphtali? An electronic discussion --
Aramaic Levi Document and Greek Testament of Levi --
Aramaic Levi in its contexts --
The Armenian vision of Ezekiel --
An introduction to the Esdras writings --
The concept of the Messiah in IV Ezra --
On reading an apocalypse --
A reconsideration of apocalyptic visions --
Two new discoveries concerning uncanonical Ezra books --
A new edition and translation of the Questions of Ezra --
Two Armenian manuscripts and the Historia sacra. Appendix: The contents of BL Harl. 5459, anno 1689 --
Some Armenian angelological and uranographical texts --
Some further Armenian angelological texts --
The months of the Hebrews --
Apocryphal notes and readings --
An Armenian epitome of Epiphanius's De Gemmis. v. 2. Armenian manuscripts, textual studies and Holy Land. The study of Armenian manuscripts --
Colophons in Armenian manuscripts --
The Album of Armenian Paleography with some pickings from Armenian colophons --
A notice about Patriarch Aimery of Antioch in an Armenian colophon of 1181 --
The mixed erkatʻagir bolorgir script in Armenian manuscripts --
An Armenian manuscript in the Sir Isaac Wolfson Collection of Hechal Shlomo, the Chief Rabbinate, Jerusalem --
An Armenian Psalter in the Library of Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois --
Two leaves of Acts in the Perkins Library, Duke University --
A Persian-Armenian manuscript in the Leeds Collection --
Armenian printed Bibles in the collection of the Trask Library, Andover Newton Theological School --
Priorities, problems and techniques of text editions --
Variants in Armenian manuscripts and their assessment --
The Old Armenian version of Isaiah: towards the choice of the base text for an edition --
Guidelines for editions of Armenian biblical texts --
Some new major tools for Armenian studies --
The Manuscript Library of the Armenian Patriarchate in Jerusalem --
A reassessment of the Bird and the Eustathius mosaics --
Holy Land pilgrimage of Armenians before the Arab conquest --
An Armenian pilgrim to the Holy Land in the early Byzantine era --
More Armenian inscriptions from Sinai / Michael E. Stone and Theo Maarten van Lint --
The Greek background of some Armenian pilgrims to the Sinai and some other observations --
Three observations on early Armenian inscriptions from the Holy Land --
Linguistic aspects of Sinai Armenian inscriptions --
The new Armenian inscriptions from Jerusalem --
The oldest Armenian pilgrim inscription from Jerusalem --
A rare Armenian coin from Jerusalem --
Three Armenian objects in Jerusalem --
An Armenian copper bowl in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Inscription J71) --
Armenian inscriptions of the fifth century from Nazareth --
Further Armenian inscriptions from Nazareth --
Two unnoticed Armenian inscriptions from Noravankʻ --
The Armenian inscription in Awagvankʻ (An appendix to J.-M. Thierry's article, REArm 21 (1988-89) 417) --
An Armenian epigraph in Melbourne --
Further Armenian inscriptions from Noravankʻ. v. 3. Transmission, canon and context. Pseudepigraphy reconsidered --
The scrolls in the literary landscape of Second Temple Judaism --
The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha and the Dead Sea Scrolls --
Some considerations on the categories "Bible" and "Apocrypha" --
Early Jewish works preserved in Armenian --
Biblical figures in the Armenian tradition --
Studies on texts and themes. Eschatology, remythologization and cosmic aporia --
Some texts on Enoch in the Armenian tradition --
Three apocryphal fragments from Armenian manuscripts --
The names of the rivers --
Review of A.-M. Denis, Introduction à la littérature religieuse judéo-hellénistique (not published previously) --
Adam and Eve traditions in Fifth-century Armenian literature --
Satan and the serpent in the Armenian tradition --
'Be you a lyre for me': identity or manipulation in Eden --
Adam's naming of the animals: naming or creation? --
Aramaic Levi document --
Testament of Naphtali --
Some further readings in the Hebrew testament of Naphtali --
With J.C. Greenfield. Two notes on the Aramaic Levi document --
Two further notes on the epitome of the testaments of the twelve patriarchs --
Eight new manuscripts of the Armenian version of the Testaments of the twelve patriarchs --
Yet another manuscript of the Armenian version of the Testaments of the twelve patriarchs --
The interpretation of Song of Songs in 4 Ezra --
The city in 4 Ezra --
The Armenian book of Ezra --
The Adam epic by Arakel of Siwnik --
Armenian studies. With David Amit, Jon Seligman and Irina Zilberbod, a new Armenian inscription from a Byzantine monastery on Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem --
Armenian Pilgrimage to the mountain of the transfiguration and the Galilee --
With D. Amit, report of the survey of a medieval Jewish cemetery in Eghegis, Vayots Dzor region, Armenia --
With D. Amit. The second and third seasons of research at the medieval Jewish cemetery in Eghegis, Vayots Dzor region, Armenia --
The Orbelian family cemetery in Elegis, Vayoc̕ Jor, Armenia --
With Fr. Pakrad Bourjekian. Three poems by Frik --
A profitable and excellent poem by Catholicos Grigor Tlay --
Index of ancient sources --
Index of proper names --
Manuscripts cited.
Series Title: Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta, 144-145, 253.
Responsibility: by M.E. Stone.


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