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

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GENERAL INDEX
Note: the main themes of the individual chapters are not included in the index (Lucifer/Satan/devil, Adam and Eve, Cain/Lamech and the Lamechites, ark/Noah and the Noachites, Nimrod/Babel, Jacob/Joseph/Potiphar)
Adam, Creation legend of 25
Adam lay i-bowndyn 16
Adam of Dore see Pictor in Carmine
Adambooks 42f, 112
Adambooks, Armenian 73, 101
Adambooks, Ethiopic 42f,73
Adambooks, Georgian 60,66,71
Adambooks, German prose 61,80
Adambooks, Slavonic 66
Adams Klage 50, 59f
Adso of Montier-en-Der, De ortu et tempore Antichristi 158
Aelfric, Hexaemeron 12, 24
Alcuin 74, 123
Alfonso IX, the Wise 9
Alhadiz de Yuçuf (Poema de José) 167f, 170
Ambrose 132
Andreas Capellanus 173
Andreini, Giambattista, L'Adamo 35
Andrew of Wyntoun, Chronicle 13, 22, 67,79,92,107―9,111,119,133―5,140, 147f, 172
Andrius 47, 51
Anegenge 37, 82, 103, 106f, 111, 117―19,121f
angels, orders of 22
Annolied 135, 137f, 144
Antioch, School of 4
Apocalypsis Mosis 39
Apostolic Constitutions 49
apple in Eden 16―18
Auchinleck Life of Adam 15,30,33,37, 46, 52f
Aucto del peccado de Adán 35
Augustine 37f, 106f, 117, 133, 135
Augustine, Contra Faustum Manichaeum 98
Augustine, De civitate Dei 2, 23, 98f, 126, 141
Augustine, De Genesi ad litteram 2, 20, 40,99
Augustine, De Genesi contra Manichaeos 99
Augustine, Quaestiones in Heptateuchum 104
Austrian Chronicle 78, 122
Autun 88
Avitus, Alcimus 7, 17, 19f
Babylon 127―48
Babylonian flood 100
Bacchus 123
Baldr 74
Balliol Vita Adae 46
Bandinelli, Orlando (Alexander III) 37
Banschencas 81, 101, 150
Barnes, Julian 122
Baruch, Greek Apocalypse of 131
Baruch, III (Slavonic) 37
Bede 38f, 93
Bede, Hexaemeron 109
Bedford Hours 144
Bee, Book of the 93
Benjamin of Tudela 129
Benoit, Chronique des Ducs de Normandie 8f
Bereshith Rabbah 25, 72, 131
Bible, Basle 1
Bible, Ferrara 71
Bible, French prose 13, 162, 166
Bible, Middle Franconian rhymed 106, 111
Bible, Paris 1
Bible, Turin 1
Bible, Zurich 71
Bible anonyme 13
Bible moralisée 166
Bible Tapestry, Rhineland (Burrell) 88―90,94

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