Seers, Sibyls, and Sages in Hellenistic-Roman Judaism

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INDEX OF AUTHORS
Ackroyd, P. R. 8, 38, 301
Alexandre, C. H. 182
Amitai, J. 291
Amsler, S. 78
Andersen, F. I. 396
Anderson, B. W. 84
Anderson, G. W. 8
Anklesaria, B. T. 63, 134
Applebaum, S. 223
Armstrong, A. H. 329, 330
Attridge, H. W. 215, 399
Aune, D.E. 3, 33, 117
Baltzer, K. 272
Bamberger, B.J. 219, 222, 225
Barker, M. 31, 53, 153
Barr, D. L. 122, 125
Barr, J. 59, 68, 94
Barrett, C. K. 221
Barth, C. 354
Barthélemy, D. 86
Barton, J. 4, 9, 10, 29, 30, 117
Barucq, A. 70, 93, 304, 318, 363
Batto, B. 289
Bauckham.R. 116, 117, 118, 121, 124
Baumgarten, A.I. 144, 151, 219
Beauchamp, P. 93, 323, 362
Becker, J. 356
Beckwith, R. 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 18, 20
Benoit, A. 233
Bentzen, A. 88, 140, 152
Berger, P. 351, 352
Bernays, J. 231
Bertram, G. 230
Betz, H. D. 73, 93, 211, 402
Betz, O. 69, 279, 303
Beyer, K. 340, 400
Beyer, W. 5
Bialoblocki, S. 222, 227
Bianchi, U. 135
Bietenhard, H. 53
Black, M. 158, 358, 359
Blekinsopp, J. 8
Boccacini, G. 36, 295
Boer, M. D. de 27, 296
Bogaert, P. M. 118
Boman, Th. 94
Bonnet, H. 61
Borgen, P. 220, 221, 222
Borger, R. 44
Boring, M. E. 117, 126
Bousset, W. 59, 184
Boyancé, P. 328
Boyce, M. 135
Braaten, E. 97
Bratsiotis, N. P. 94
Braude, W. G. 222
Braun, M. 44, 65
Brekclmann, C. W. 86
Bresciani, E. 304
Brockington, C. H. 297
Brooke, G.J. 308, 313
Brown, J. A.C. 207
Brown, R. E. 93, 330
Brownlee, W. H. 243, 245, 307, 308, 310, 311
Bruce, F. F. 69, 250, 302
Brunner, H. 326
Buber, M. 117, 345, 346
Buhl, F. 3, 11
Bultmann, R. 95, 115, 354
Burchard, C. 224
Burgmann, H. 160, 161, 244, 247, 253, 255, 256, 260
Burkert, W. 134
Burstcin, S. M. 206
Camponovo, O. 105, 106, 109, 112
Cancik, H. 182, 196
Caquot, A. 141
Caragounis, C. 139, 141
Carmignac, J. 25, 27, 29, 46, 47, 71, 76, 260, 262, 298, 370
Carroll, R. P. 162
Casey, M. 101, 139, 141
Cervelli, I. 182
Charles, R. H. 42, 71, 297
Charlesworth, J. H. 35, 39, 100, 109, 116, 185, 188, 212, 298, 349, 387, 390
Chazon, E. G. 376, 378
Childs, B. S. 59, 95
Chilton, B. 105, 112, 113
Clarke, E.G. 319
Clausen, W. 192
Clifford, R. J. 354
Clincs, D.J. 246
Coggins, R. 25, 339
Collins, A. Y. 33, 101, 108, 116, 120, 121, 122, 123, 126, 163, 196, 208, 267, 334, 401

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