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

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Index of Names and Subjects
Abel 110-3, 243, 459, 464, 467, 574; burial of 112; judgment before 62, 421; proto-martyr 62
Abimelech and the vineyard of Agrippa 72-74, 411
Abraham 39, 42, 60-3, 97-9, 104-5, 108-9, 119, 122, 124, 165-72, 218, 237-8, 240, 244, 246, 248, 255, 260, 272, 310, 328-9, 415-21, 429, 447, 565, 570, 572, 574; chariot ride 60, 62, 326; heavenly journey 62, 127; vision of God 415, 417, 420; wisdom of 98, 105, 310; exemplary righteousness 61, 62, 170, 172; obedient faith 61, 99, 168; polemic against idolatry 63, 98, 146; martyrdom of 146; ten trials of 99, 353; in the fiery furnace 108; teaching astrology 165-7; prototype of proselytes 272, 350, 353; Abrahamic works 416
Abraham, Apocalypse of XX, 127, 350, 353, 393-4, 411, 415-8, 429, 434, 440, 446, 565; Gnostic work 416,’447
Abraham, Testament of 60-4, 66, 85-6, 112, 326, 328, 353, 416, 420-1, 467
Achior, the Ammonite 46-7, 49-51
Acts 582
Adam 62, 107, 110-18, 154, 162, 240, 297, 303, 310, 327, 339, 402, 406-7, 417-8, 450-2, 459-62, 467-8, 470-2, 567, 576; death and burial of 110-3, 116, 327-8; purified in the Acherusian Lake 112, 117; revelations to Seth 113-5, 470-71; penitence of 113, 117; ascension of 115; Adam/Christ typology 117; why created last 242, 259; interpretation of his name 406, 450; Adamic works 89, 115-6, 118, 154, 446, 471-2, 478; See also Adam and Eve
Adam, Apocalypse of 445-6, 451, 472; Gnostic work 117-8, 154, 445, 451, 453, 469, 470-4, 478
Adam, Death of(Armenian) 118
Adam, Penitence of (Armenian) 114-7, 153-4
Adam, Testament of 327-8, 330
Adam and Eve 110, 236-7, 243, 461, 556;quest for food 113, 115; penitence of 114, 115; revelations to Seth 472
Adam and Eve, Books of 61, 110-8, 153, 154, 399, 453, 470-2; See Moses, Apocalypse of
Adam and Eve, Life of 110, 113-8, 153-4, 328, 346, 471
Aenesidemus (Phyrronic philosopher) Ten Tropes 256
Aeschylus 256; Oresteia 360
Agrippai 18, 21, 227, 252
Agrippa II 187, 189, 193f, 209-11, 220; speech of 194-6, 202, 205; death of 210-11, 227
Ahikar, Story of (Wisdom of) 34, 38, 41, 134, 284, 319, 321, 323
Akabya ben Mahalaleel 286
Akedah (Sacrifice of Isaac) 63, 98-9, 119, 161, 218, 574
Akiba, Rabbi 30, 268, 286, 300, 319
Alcimus 13, 145, 173, 510
Alexander Balas 11, 173, 580
Alexander the Great 1, 3, 4, 170, 213, 223, 366, 369, 371
Alexander Jannaeus 14-17, 171, 177, 222, 300, 511, 513, 527, 529, 543
Alexandra Salome 14, 16, 213, 512, 543

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