Jewish Writings of the Second Temple Period: Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, Qumran, Sectarian Writings, Philo, Josephus

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Abbreviations

Abbreviations in source references in general follow the system of the Journal of Biblical Literature. For rabbinical literature see index of sources. For Philo, the abbreviations given in the Loeb edition, vol. 10 p. xxxv f. are used. Book, chapter and paragraph in classical sources are distinguished by semi-colon and comma.

References to modern literature in notes and bibliographies are by author and short title. Full bibliographical details are given in the accumulative bibliography below.

AJSLAmerican Journal of Semitic Languages and Literature (Formerly Hebraica) 1-12. Chicago 1884-96
AJSRAssociation for Jewish Studies Review 1-5. Cambridge MA 1976-80
AFOArchiv für Orientforschung. 1923ff
AnBibAnalecta Biblica. 1952ff
ANETAncient Near Eastern Texts (Pritchard)
ANRWAufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt (Haase)
APOTApocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the O.T. 1-2 (Charles)
ARWArchiv für Religionswissenschaft 1-39. Leipzig 1898-1942
ASTIAnnual of the Swedish Theological Institute. 1962ff.
ASGWAbhandlungen der kön. Sächsische Gesellschaft der Wiss.Theol.-Hist. Klasse
BABiblical Archaeologist. 1938ff
Bar-HanAnnual of Bar-Ilan University. Ramat-Gan 1963ff.
BASORBulletin of the American School of Oriental Research 1919ff
BGBerlin Gnostic codex
BJPESBulletin of the Jewish Palestine Exploration Society. 1933ff
BJRLBulletin of the John Rylands Library. 1914ff
BRBiblical Research. 1956ff
BSAA, n.s.Bulletin de la Société Archéologique d’Alexandrie. 1898ff
BSOASBulletin of the School of Oriental (and African) Studies.1917ff.

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