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1 Enoch 1 (Hermeneia Series)

George W E Nickelsburg

1 Enoch 1 (Hermeneia Series)

George W E Nickelsburg

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The first commentary on this work since 1773.^1 Enoch is one of the most intriguing books in the Pseudepigrapha (Israelite works outside the Hebrew canon). It was originally written in Aramaic and is comprised of several smaller works, incorporating traditions from the three centuries before the Common Era. Employing the name of the ancient patriarch Enoch, the Aramaic text was translated into Greek and then into Ethiopic. But as a whole, it is a classic example of revelatory (apocalyptic) literature and an important collection of Jewish literature from the Hellenistic and Roman periods.

- Publisher The first full commentary since 1773! One of the most important of the intertestamental apocalyptic works, 1 Enoch 1 was first written in Aramaic, then translated into Greek, and finally into Ethiopic. Covers chapters 1--36, 81--108.

- Publisher The first commentary on this work since 1773. (Hermeneia Series).

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The first commentary on this work since 1773.^1 Enoch is one of the most intriguing books in the Pseudepigrapha (Israelite works outside the Hebrew canon). It was originally written in Aramaic and is comprised of several smaller works, incorporating traditions from the three centuries before the Common Era. Employing the name of the ancient patriarch Enoch, the Aramaic text was translated into Greek and then into Ethiopic. But as a whole, it is a classic example of revelatory (apocalyptic) literature and an important collection of Jewish literature from the Hellenistic and Roman periods.
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The first full commentary since 1773! One of the most important of the intertestamental apocalyptic works, 1 Enoch 1 was first written in Aramaic, then translated into Greek, and finally into Ethiopic. Covers chapters 1--36, 81--108.
- Publisher

The first commentary on this work since 1773. (Hermeneia Series).
- Publisher

Meet the Author

George W E Nickelsburg

George W.E. Nickelsburg is Emeritus Professor of Religion at the University of Iowa, where he taught for more than three decades. His many works include 1 Enoch 1 (Hermeneia, 2001) and Jewish Literature between the Bible and the Mishnah (1981), both from Fortress Press.

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