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Index of ancient sources

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This index presents a list of ancient sources mentioned in the book Mapping the New Testament: Early Christian Writings as a Witness for Jewish Biblical Exegesis. When it comes to the dilemmas of self-definition in the Judaeo-Christian realm of late antiquity, biblical exegesis is justifiably seen as one of the main avenues for expressing and/or constructing an identity. The book focuses on links between the exegetical trends current in various Second Temple Jewish circles, as attested in Qumran, Pseudepigrapha, Jewish Hellenistic and proto-rabbinic traditions, and patterns of New Testament conversation with Jewish Scripture.

Keywords: Jewish circles; proto-rabbinic traditions; Pseudepigrapha; Qumran



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