Biblical Myth and Rabbinic Mythmaking

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GENERAL INDEX *
Aaron 45 , 47 , 67 , 76 , 152see also Priest
Abba (R.) 370
Abba b. Kahana (R.) 209 , 360 , 388-9
Abba Yose (R.) 335
Abbahu (R.) 102 , 147 , 151-3 , 195-6 , 269 , 343-4 , 358 , 377 , 384 , 400-1
Abbaye (R.) 362
Abin (R.) 344-5 , 370
Abraham 73 , 171 , 247-8 , 269 , 334 , 337-40 , 359 , 376 ; see also Patriarchs
Abraham Saba͑ (R.) 343
Abulafia, Todros ben Joseph (R.) 266
Academies 95 , 194-8 , 231 ; see also Mythmaking ; Tradition
Babylonian 95 , 163 , 194 , 196-8 , 203
Palestinian 95 , 112 , 163 , 183 , 194-7 , 203
Adad 20 , 45-6 , 83
Adam 88 , 289 , 396
Addu 33
Agade 160 , 163
Aha (R.) 158 , 196 , 248 , 359 , 385-6
Aḥa b. Ada (R.) 312
Aḥa b. Jacob (R.) 316
Aḥa b. ͑Ulla (R.) 194
Akiba (R.) 135 , 138-42 , 162 , 195-6 , 233-4 , 239 , 350 , 353-4 , 363 , 400-1
Al Qirqisani, Jacob 149 , 254
Alfonsi, Petrus 254
Amalek 189-90 , 239 , 388 ; see also Enemy ; Nations
Ammi (R.) 151-3 , 168 , 196-7
Amora (R.) 257
Amos 170 , 225
Anat 33 , 49
Angels 132-3 , 136 , 171 , 217 , 228-9 , 246 , 257-8 , 261 , 273 , 298-9 , 321 , 340-1 , 369 ; see also Divine Messengers, Retinue
Anthropomorphism 3-11 , 40 , 52-4 , 62 , 66 , 69 , 81-3 , 325-6 , 328 , 398-401 ; also Anthropopathism; Arm/Hand; Divine, Anthropos
Age 171-2 , 232 , 238 , 356-7
Embodiment 165-7
Eyes 98 , 165-6 , 170 , 224 , 365-6 , 396
Face 52-3 , 82 , 224 , 236 , 384
Feet 38 , 52 , 55 , 77 , 117 , 135-7 , 201 , 204 , 210 , 224 , 391-2
Hair 261-5 , 270-1
Memory 44 , 66-9 , 83 , 150 , 162-4 , 224 , 298 , 323 , 358-9 , 373-4
Sitting 71 , 189 , 373 , 393-4
Sleep 177-9 , 371-3 , 377-8
Standing 393
Tears/Weeping 14 , 96 , 98 , 159 , 163-7 , 170 , 172 , 197 , 222 , 254-5 , 293 , 298-300 , 321-4 , 367-70
Voice 47 , 52-3 , 65 , 73 , 84 , 98 , 104 , 225 , 260-1 ,
Anthropopathism 3-11 , 230 , 235 , 325 , 328 , 398-401; see also Anthropomorphism ; Divine/God ; Human Beings
Compassion 14 , 42 , 44 , 68-9 , 149 , 229 , 232 , 246 , 329 , 361 , 369 , 373-5 , 397 ; see also below Sympathy
Mourning 162-4 , 170-3 , 191 , 197 , 222 , 228-9 , 261 , 293 , 361 , 364 , 365 , 368 , 370-1
Personality 5 , 14 , 32 , 63 , 68-9 , 81 , 100 , 172 , 179 , 181 , 191 , 239 , 293 , 310
Sorrow 14-15 , 160 , 162-73 , 197 , 222 , 225 , 255 , 285 , 293 , 309 , 321-4 , 363 , 367-70
Suffering 110 , 132 , 134 , 154 , 159 , 160 , 164-7 , 174 , 197 , 215 , 226 , 272 , 293 , 297-8 , 356 , 360-7

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