Early Christianity and Classical Culture: Comparative Studies in Honor of Abraham J. Malherbe

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INDEX OF ANCIENT SOURCES
Citations and abbreviations for ancient authors and sources generally follow the SBL guidelines as published in JBL 107 (1988) 579–96. For other ancient sources where there is no SBL recommendation, we use the standard form in LSJ and OLD. Because there is some variation among the articles in the use and rendering of English tides for Classical and Early Christian works, we have employed as far as is possible the Latin titles as found in the Loeb Classical Library and J. Quasten’s Patrology (3 vols.; Utrecht-Antwerp: Spectrum, 1962– 66). Pseudonymous works are listed, in general, under the supposed author.
A. Biblical Books with Apocrypha
B. Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature
C. Rabbinic Materials: Mishnah, Talmud, and Related Literature
D. Philo, Josephus, and Other Ancient Jewish Writers
E. Pseudepigrapha and Nag Hammadi Tractates
F. New Testament
G. Other Early Christian Literature (to the IVth cent. CE)
H. Classical, Late Antique, and Byzantine Sources
I. Inscriptions
J. Papyri
K. Medieval Literature

Biblical Books with Apocrypha
Gen 432
1–2 245–247
1–3 540
1:27 239, 594–595, 605
1:28 595
2:11–14 634
2:17 92–93
2:23 596
2:24 [LXX]593–597, 599
3 614–615
3:8–24 613
3:1–7 613
3:14 91
3:16 535.539
3:18 445
3:19 616
4:21 423
4:26 92
5:1–20 91
5:3 445
5:5 92–93
6:4 92
7:4 90
7:7 603
7:11 92
7:12 90
7:16 445
7:17 90, 603
8:3–4 90
8:10, 12 90
8:21 77
9:1, 13 445
11:6 413
12:12, 14 435
13:12 435
14:13 435
15:17–18 88
22:21 435
25:2 108
25:20 435

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