Seers, Sibyls, and Sages in Hellenistic-Roman Judaism

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS
This index does not include items that are pervasive (e.g. apocalypticism Qumran, or items that can be found easily through the chapter headings.
Aaron 120, 249, 252, 263, 276, 278, 280–1, 283
Abraham 175, 211, 266, 322
Absalom 254, 301,
Achaeus 62
Achilles 193
Achior 173, 219
Actium 201
Adad 342
Adam 44, 268, 282–3, 290, 296–8, 353, 373–83
Adiabene 174, 219, 225
Agrippina 230
Agur 52, 348, 391
Ahriman 87
Ahura Mazda 134, 293–4
Ain Gedi/Engedi 239, 274, 357
Akiba 20
Akitu festival 66
Alcimus 243, 246, 263, 346
Alexander the Great 60–1, 63, 65, 172, 176, 184
Alexander Balas 244
Alexander Jannaeus 242–3, 257, 312,
Alexander Polyhistor 187, 193
Alexandria 62, 204, 223, 224, 226, 232, 235, 352
allegorists 219–21, 232, 235
Amenhotep 71, 203
Ammonite 173
Ananias 174, 225–7, 234
Anaximander 325
Andreas/Lukuas 110
animal cults 44
Antichrist 84, 163
Antioch 211, 218, 231–3
Antiochus of Ascalon 330
Antiochus III 62, 177, 206
Antiochus Epiphanes 43, 56, 108, 117, 151, 154, 158, 160–1, 173–4, 177, 202, 204, 207–9, 265, 269, 306– 7, 331, 345
Antoninus 229
Anu 342
Apeiron 325
Aphrodisias 230
Apollo 192, 206
Ares 206
Aristobulus 205
Aristotle 293
Artaxerxes 6
Asael 290
Aseneth 224–5
Asia Minor 62
assembly/council, divine 48, 93– 4, 146, 148,
Assyria 64, 100, 104, 133–4, 184, 189, 268
Astarte 143–4
astral immortality 93, 329, 333
astrology 45, 70, 213, 329, 338
astronomy 47, 329
Athanasius 5n, 7
Athtar 144
Athronges 110
Atonement, Day of 8, 245, 247, 313
Atrahasis 289
Augustus 183, 231
Avesta 63, 135, 293
Azazel 292
Azizus of Emessa 219
Baal 56, 140–5, 150–1, 153, 208
Baal Shamem 151
Babel, tower of 187–8, 190–1
Babylon 53, 62, 66, 68, 73, 99, 100, 131–3, 140, 168, 170, 176, 184, 251, 263, 276–7, 339, 343–4
Balaam 223
baptism 217, 219, 232, 234
Bar Kochba 20, 110
Barnabas 211
bārû guild 45–6, 341
Bel 62, 167–77,
Belial/r 84, 110, 120, 123, 240, 243, 252, 257–8, 271, 273, 281–2, 284–5, 293, 335, 379, 382, 391, 398–9
Belshazzar 136, 169, 171–2, 344,
Ben Laʾaga 19
Ben Tagla 19
Berossus 65–7, 153, 185
Booths, Feast of 8
Byblos 68

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