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This index presents a list of ancient author names and terms that are mentioned in the book 'You Shall surely not Die': The Concepts of Sin and Death as Expressed in the Manuscript Art of Northwestern Europe, c. 800-1200. Mankind has always sought ways to avoid death: in almost every society there has been a belief that man was made for a happy, pain-free and eternal existence, and that something occurred to prevent man fulfilling this destiny. The serpent promised Eve that they would be as gods, knowing good from evil, but there is no other hint of the first pair's motivation.

Keywords: Eve; manuscript art; serpent

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