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This front matter section of the book The Early Enoch Literature contains the table of contents. The book provides an overview of the current debate about the early Enoch studies and its place in ancient Judaism, especially in relation to the Torah of Moses and to the Dead Sea Scrolls. It assesses the evidence for the early Enochic traditions in Aramaic amongst the Dead Sea materials. The book shows that the Aramaic text of the Book of Enoch known from the Dead Sea fragments, the Greek translation, and the Ethiopic version cannot simply be equated, but represent different stages in the development of a text that underwent an extended process of evolution.

Keywords: Dead Sea Scrolls; Enoch Literature; Judaism



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