The Creation of Heaven and Earth: Re-Interpretation of Genesis I in the Context of Judaism, Ancient Philosophy, Christianity, and Modern Physics

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INDEX OF ANCIENT TEXTS

I. Ancient Mar Eastern Texts
Atrahasis
1.201–206 35n16
1.203–204 35
1.215–216 35
DB 95
DPg 96
DSe 94
DSf 94, 96
Enūma Ami Enlil
Prologue 36
Enūma Eliš 32–36, 73
i-i-9 74
4«35–5–66 34
4.135–146 84
5 33, 33n9 35. 36
5–i-io 33
5–1 8 35
5–"-24 33
5.12–22 34
5.15–22 34ml
5–r7 35
5–2i 35
5.23–46 33n10
5–23 36
5.25–44 34
5–578l
5.61–62 84
7.86 91n76
K2164+ 35, 48
K2164+ obv. 3 35
K2164+ obv. 20–23 35
K2164+ obv. 24 35
K2195+ 35
K35'o+ 35
Kumarbi fragments
XXXIII.105 81
Pyramid texts
1208c 85
XPa, XPb, XPc, XPd, XPh 94n94
XPh, AJVET 316– 317 93
YaMia 44| 92

II. Greek and Latin Pagan Texts
Acusilaus
FGrH 2 frg. 5 Fowler frg. 6a-d 80, 87, 88
Aelius Aristides, Orations
23–I5 '57
42.4 157
Aeschylus, Danaids
44 Radt 82n39, 88
Albinus
Frg. 14 131n20
Alcaeus
Frg. 327 Voigt 80
Alcinous, Handbook of Platonism
10.3, 164.38–40 185n57
10.5, 165.23–26 158
27.3, 180.22–28 160
27.4, 180.28–39 175n42

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