The Medieval Popular Bible: Expansions of Genesis in the Middle Ages

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BIBLICAL INDEX
(given according to the Vulgate)
Genesis 1―2 51
Genesis 1, 26―8 42
Genesis 1, 28, 6
Genesis 2, 58
Genesis 3, 1, 31, 43
Genesis 3, 4, 19, 29
Genesis 3, 5, 27
Genesis 3, 7, 52
Genesis 3, 14, 39, 41
Genesis 3, 16―19 44
Genesis 3, 21, 54
Genesis 4, 70, 85
Genesis 4, 1―2 42
Genesis 4, 18―24 70
Genesis 4, 25, 42
Genesis 5, 70
Genesis 5, 3, 11
Genesis 5, 4, 42
Genesis 5, 25―30 70
Genesis 5, 32, 106
Genesis 6, 3, 106
Genesis 6, 5―7 102
Genesis 6, 10, 96, 121
Genesis 6, 14-15 108
Genesis 6, 16, 107
Genesis 7, 1―3 111
Genesis 7, 2, 110
Genesis 7, 2―3 96
Genesis 7, 6, 106
Genesis 7, 20, 97
Genesis 7, 24, 99
Genesis 8, 3, 99
Genesis 8, 4, 113
Genesis 8, 12, 118
Genesis 8, 21, 145
Genesis 9, 3, 122
Genesis 9, 24, 122
Genesis 10, 127, 134
Genesis 10, 5, 127
Genesis 10, 8―9 129
Genesis 10, 24, 144
Genesis 10, 25, 134-5
Genesis 11, 127―8
Genesis 11, 1, 127
Genesis 11, 12, 144
Genesis 11, 14, 137
Genesis 19, 33, 122
Genesis 25, 23, 151
Genesis 25, 25, 152
Genesis 25, 29―34 151
Genesis 27, 22, 151
Genesis 27, 46, 153
Genesis 28, 153
Genesis 29, 17, 155
Genesis 30, 163
Genesis 30, 3, 157
Genesis 30, 37―43 161
Genesis 31, 7-35 161
Genesis 31, 14, 164
Genesis 32, 2, 21
Genesis 35, 22―6 156
Genesis 36, 11, 101
Genesis 37, 2, 169
Genesis 37, 36, 169
Genesis 39, 14, 175
Genesis 39, 4, 170
Genesis 39, 6, 170
Genesis 41, 45, 168
Genesis 49, 17, 158
Leviticus 15, 19, 161
Numbers 11, 16-25 144
Deuteronomy 21, 15―16 71
Joshua 14, 5, 25
III Kings 17, 9, 89
III Kings 17, 17―24 89
IV Kings 4, 22―7 89
I Chronicles 1, 70
Psalm 22, 5, 122
Canticles 8, 5, 16
Isaiah 11, 2, 15
Isaiah 14, 33
Isaiah 14, 12―14 21, 27―9
Isaiah 30, 26, 29
Isaiah 54, 9, 96

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  • The Medieval Popular Bible - Expansions of Genesis in the Middle Ages *
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction: the Popular Bible 1
  • One - Bedevilling Paradise 19
  • Two - What Adam and Eve Did Next 42
  • Three - Lamech and the Other Lamech 70
  • Four - Noah: Navigator and Vintner 96
  • Five - The Tower of Babel and the Courteous Vengeance 127
  • Six - Patriarchal Trickery: Jacob and Joseph 149
  • Conclusion 175
  • Bibliography 177
  • Biblical Index 203
  • General Index 205
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