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This section presents a list of reference sources relevant to Jewish Pseudepigraphical works and traditions in Slavic Milieux, Bogomilism and the Slavonic Pseudepigrapha. Slavonic pseudepigraphical texts show an intricate web of mediatorial debates in the course of which the several traditions about exalted patriarchs and prophets prominent in Second Temple Judaism, including Adam, Enoch, Moses, Jacob, Melchizedek, and Noah, undergo polemical appropriation in which their exalted features are transferred to the rival exalted heroes. These polemical tendencies seem to reflect the familiar atmosphere of mediatorial debates widespread in the Second Temple period that offered competing accounts for the primacy and supremacy of their exalted heroes.

Keywords: Slavic Milieux; slavonic pseudepigraphical texts

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