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The Contemporary Renaissance Of Enoch Studies And The Enoch Seminar

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The first meeting of the Enoch Seminar was held in Sesto Fiorentino, Florence, Italy (19-23 June 2001) at the Villa Corsi-Salviati, home of the University of Michigan in Italy, and focused on "The Origins of Enochic Judaism". The second Enoch Seminar convened in Venice, Italy (1-4 July 2003) and was devoted to "Enoch and Qumran Origins". The third Enoch Seminar met at the Monastery of Camaldoli, in the mountains near Florence, Italy (6-10 June 2005) and was devoted to the study of the Book of the Parables (or Similitudes) of Enoch and to the problem of the Messiah "Son of Man". In the summer of 2007 a fourth meeting is scheduled, once again at Camaldoli, and focuses on the merging on Enochic and Mosaic traditions in the Book of Jubilees.

Keywords: apocalypticism; Enoch seminar; Enoch studies; Enochic judaism; Messia tra memoria e attesa; Qumran origins



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