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Index Of Ancient Texts

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This index presents a list of ancient texts that occur in this book titled Recognizing the Stranger. The ancient texts include Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), Septuagint (Old Testament Apocrypha), Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, Other Ancient Jewish Texts, New Testament Apocrypha, and Greco-Roman Literature. The recognition type-scene belonged to the storyteller?s standard repertory in ancient Greco-Roman narrative and drama, especially in epic, novel, tragedy, and comedy, where motifs of hidden identities, veiling and revealing, Sein and Schein, deception and discovery often played a central role in the plot.

Keywords: Greco-Roman literature; recognition type-scene



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