The Resource Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Armenian studies : collected papers, by M.E. Stone

Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Armenian studies : collected papers, by M.E. Stone

Label
Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Armenian studies : collected papers
Title
Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Armenian studies
Title remainder
collected papers
Statement of responsibility
by M.E. Stone
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • arm
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1938-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Stone, Michael E.
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
In English with passages in Armenian
LC call number
BS1700
LC item number
.S76 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta
Series volume
144-145, 253
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Apocryphal books
  • Manuscripts, Armenian
  • Armenian literature
  • Armenia
  • Apocryphal books
  • Armenian literature
  • Manuscripts, Armenian
  • Asia
Label
Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Armenian studies : collected papers, by M.E. Stone
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes
  • "Bibliography of the works of Michael E. Stone"-v. 2, p. [861]-889
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Dead Sea scrolls. Categorization and classification of the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha -- The Dead Sea scrolls and the Pseudepigrapha -- Jewish tradition, the Pseudepigrapha and the Christian West -- The axis of history at Qumran -- The transmission and reception of biblical and Jewish motifs in the Armenian tradition -- The study of the Armenian Apocrypha -- The Armenian apocryphal literature: translation and creation -- The bones of Adam and Eve -- Selections from On the Creation of the World by Yovhannēs Tʻulkurancʻi-- The legend of the Cheirograph of Adam -- Adam, Eve and the incarnation -- New discoveries relating to the Armenian Adam books -- The document called "Question" -- The genealogy of Bilhah -- Why Naphtali? An internet discussion -- Aramaic Levi Document and Greek Testament of Levi -- Aramaic Levi in its context -- The Armenian vision of Ezekiel -- An introduction to the Esdras writings -- The concept of the Messiah in IV Ezra -- On reading an apocalypse -- A reconsideration of apocalyptic visions -- Two new discoveries concerning the uncanonical Ezra books -- A new edition and translation of the Questions of Ezra -- Two Armenian manuscripts and the Historia sacra. Appendix: The contents of BL Harl. 5459, anno 1689 -- Some Armenian angelological and unranographical texts -- Some further Armenian angelological texts -- The months of the Hebrews -- Apocryphal notes and readings -- An Armenian epitome of Epiphanius's De Gemmis
  • v. 2. Armenian manuscripts, textual studies and Holy Land. The study of Armenian manuscripts -- Colophons in Armenian manuscripts -- The Album of Armenian Paleography with some pickings from Armenian colophons -- A notice about Patriarch Aimery of Antioch in an Armenian colophon of 1181 -- The mixed erkatʻagir bolorgir script in Armenian manuscripts -- An Armenian manuscript in the Sir Isaac Wolfson Collection of Hechal Shlomo, the Chief Rabbinate, Jerusalem -- An Armenian Psalter in the Library of Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois -- Two leaves of Acts in the Perkins Library, Duke University -- A Persian-Armenian manuscript in the Leeds Collection -- Armenian printed Bibles in the collection of the Trask Library, Andover Newton Theological School -- Priorities, problems and techniques of text editions -- Assessment of variants in Armenian manuscripts -- The Old Armenian version of Isaiah: towards the choice of the base text -- Guidelines for editions of Armenian biblical texts -- Some new major tools for Armenian studies -- The Manuscript Library of the Armenian Patriarchate in Jerusalem -- A reassessment of the Bird and the Eustathius mosaics -- Holy Land pilgrimage of Armenians before the Arab conquest -- An Armenian pilgrim to the Holy Land in the early Byzantine period -- More Armenian inscriptions from Sinai / Michael E. Stone and Theo Maarten van Lint -- The Greek background of some Armenian pilgrims to the Sinai and some other observations -- Three observations on early Armenian inscriptions from the Holy Land -- Linguistic aspects of Sinai Armenian inscriptions -- The new Armenian inscriptions from Jerusalem -- The oldest Armenian pilgrim inscription from Jerusalem -- A rare Armenian coin from Jerusalem -- Three Armenian objects in Jerusalem -- An Armenian copper bowl in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Inscription J71) -- Armenian inscriptions of the fifth century from Nazareth -- Further Armenian inscriptions from Nazareth -- Two unnoticed Armenian inscriptions from Noravankʻ -- The Armenian inscription in Awagvankʻ (An appendix to J.-M. Thierry's article, REArm 21 (1988-89) 417) -- An Armenian epigraph in Melbourne -- Further Armenian inscriptions from Noravankʻ
  • v. 3. Transmission, canon and context. Pseudepigraphy reconsidered -- The scrolls in the literary landscape of Second Temple Judaism -- The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha and the Dead Sea Scrolls -- Some considerations on the categories "Bible" and "Apocrypha" -- Early Jewish works preserved in Armenian -- Biblical figures in the Armenian tradition -- Studies on texts and themes. Eschatology, remythologization and cosmic aporia -- Some texts on Enoch in the Armenian tradition -- Three apocryphal fragments from Armenian manuscripts -- The names of the rivers -- Review of A.-M. Denis, Introduction à la littérature religieuse judéo-hellénistique (not published previously) -- Adam and Eve traditions in Fifth-century Armenian literature -- Satan and the serpent in the Armenian tradition -- 'Be you a lyre for me': identity or manipulation in Eden -- Adam's naming of the animals: naming or creation? -- Aramaic Levi document -- Testament of Naphtali -- Some further readings in the Hebrew testament of Naphtali -- With J.C. Greenfield. Two notes on the Aramaic Levi document -- Two further notes on the epitome of the testaments of the twelve patriarchs -- Eight new manuscripts of the Armenian version of the Testaments of the twelve patriarchs -- Yet another manuscript of the Armenian version of the Testaments of the twelve patriarchs -- The interpretation of Song of Songs in 4 Ezra -- The city in 4 Ezra -- The Armenian book of Ezras -- The Adam epic by Arakel of Siwnik -- Armenian studies. With David Amit, Jon Seligman and Irina Zilberbod, a new Armenian inscription from a Byzantine monastery on Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem -- Armenian Pilgrimage to the mountain of the transfiguration and the Galilee -- With D. Amit, report of the survey of a medieval Jewish cemetery in Eghegis, Vayots Dzor region, Armenia -- With D. Amit. The second and third seasons of research at the medieval Jewish cemetery in Eghegis, Vayots Dzor region, Armenia -- The Orbelian family cemetery in Elegis, Vayoc̕ Jor, Armenia -- With Fr. Pakrad Bourjekian. Three poems by Frik -- A profitable and excellent poem by Catholicos Grigor Tlay -- Index of ancient sources -- Index of proper names -- Manuscripts cited
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
volumes
Isbn
9789042916449
Lccn
2005047437
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
9789042932098
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)59011600
  • (OCoLC)ocm59011600
Label
Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Armenian studies : collected papers, by M.E. Stone
Publication
Bibliography note
  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes
  • "Bibliography of the works of Michael E. Stone"-v. 2, p. [861]-889
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Dead Sea scrolls. Categorization and classification of the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha -- The Dead Sea scrolls and the Pseudepigrapha -- Jewish tradition, the Pseudepigrapha and the Christian West -- The axis of history at Qumran -- The transmission and reception of biblical and Jewish motifs in the Armenian tradition -- The study of the Armenian Apocrypha -- The Armenian apocryphal literature: translation and creation -- The bones of Adam and Eve -- Selections from On the Creation of the World by Yovhannēs Tʻulkurancʻi-- The legend of the Cheirograph of Adam -- Adam, Eve and the incarnation -- New discoveries relating to the Armenian Adam books -- The document called "Question" -- The genealogy of Bilhah -- Why Naphtali? An internet discussion -- Aramaic Levi Document and Greek Testament of Levi -- Aramaic Levi in its context -- The Armenian vision of Ezekiel -- An introduction to the Esdras writings -- The concept of the Messiah in IV Ezra -- On reading an apocalypse -- A reconsideration of apocalyptic visions -- Two new discoveries concerning the uncanonical Ezra books -- A new edition and translation of the Questions of Ezra -- Two Armenian manuscripts and the Historia sacra. Appendix: The contents of BL Harl. 5459, anno 1689 -- Some Armenian angelological and unranographical texts -- Some further Armenian angelological texts -- The months of the Hebrews -- Apocryphal notes and readings -- An Armenian epitome of Epiphanius's De Gemmis
  • v. 2. Armenian manuscripts, textual studies and Holy Land. The study of Armenian manuscripts -- Colophons in Armenian manuscripts -- The Album of Armenian Paleography with some pickings from Armenian colophons -- A notice about Patriarch Aimery of Antioch in an Armenian colophon of 1181 -- The mixed erkatʻagir bolorgir script in Armenian manuscripts -- An Armenian manuscript in the Sir Isaac Wolfson Collection of Hechal Shlomo, the Chief Rabbinate, Jerusalem -- An Armenian Psalter in the Library of Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois -- Two leaves of Acts in the Perkins Library, Duke University -- A Persian-Armenian manuscript in the Leeds Collection -- Armenian printed Bibles in the collection of the Trask Library, Andover Newton Theological School -- Priorities, problems and techniques of text editions -- Assessment of variants in Armenian manuscripts -- The Old Armenian version of Isaiah: towards the choice of the base text -- Guidelines for editions of Armenian biblical texts -- Some new major tools for Armenian studies -- The Manuscript Library of the Armenian Patriarchate in Jerusalem -- A reassessment of the Bird and the Eustathius mosaics -- Holy Land pilgrimage of Armenians before the Arab conquest -- An Armenian pilgrim to the Holy Land in the early Byzantine period -- More Armenian inscriptions from Sinai / Michael E. Stone and Theo Maarten van Lint -- The Greek background of some Armenian pilgrims to the Sinai and some other observations -- Three observations on early Armenian inscriptions from the Holy Land -- Linguistic aspects of Sinai Armenian inscriptions -- The new Armenian inscriptions from Jerusalem -- The oldest Armenian pilgrim inscription from Jerusalem -- A rare Armenian coin from Jerusalem -- Three Armenian objects in Jerusalem -- An Armenian copper bowl in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Inscription J71) -- Armenian inscriptions of the fifth century from Nazareth -- Further Armenian inscriptions from Nazareth -- Two unnoticed Armenian inscriptions from Noravankʻ -- The Armenian inscription in Awagvankʻ (An appendix to J.-M. Thierry's article, REArm 21 (1988-89) 417) -- An Armenian epigraph in Melbourne -- Further Armenian inscriptions from Noravankʻ
  • v. 3. Transmission, canon and context. Pseudepigraphy reconsidered -- The scrolls in the literary landscape of Second Temple Judaism -- The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha and the Dead Sea Scrolls -- Some considerations on the categories "Bible" and "Apocrypha" -- Early Jewish works preserved in Armenian -- Biblical figures in the Armenian tradition -- Studies on texts and themes. Eschatology, remythologization and cosmic aporia -- Some texts on Enoch in the Armenian tradition -- Three apocryphal fragments from Armenian manuscripts -- The names of the rivers -- Review of A.-M. Denis, Introduction à la littérature religieuse judéo-hellénistique (not published previously) -- Adam and Eve traditions in Fifth-century Armenian literature -- Satan and the serpent in the Armenian tradition -- 'Be you a lyre for me': identity or manipulation in Eden -- Adam's naming of the animals: naming or creation? -- Aramaic Levi document -- Testament of Naphtali -- Some further readings in the Hebrew testament of Naphtali -- With J.C. Greenfield. Two notes on the Aramaic Levi document -- Two further notes on the epitome of the testaments of the twelve patriarchs -- Eight new manuscripts of the Armenian version of the Testaments of the twelve patriarchs -- Yet another manuscript of the Armenian version of the Testaments of the twelve patriarchs -- The interpretation of Song of Songs in 4 Ezra -- The city in 4 Ezra -- The Armenian book of Ezras -- The Adam epic by Arakel of Siwnik -- Armenian studies. With David Amit, Jon Seligman and Irina Zilberbod, a new Armenian inscription from a Byzantine monastery on Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem -- Armenian Pilgrimage to the mountain of the transfiguration and the Galilee -- With D. Amit, report of the survey of a medieval Jewish cemetery in Eghegis, Vayots Dzor region, Armenia -- With D. Amit. The second and third seasons of research at the medieval Jewish cemetery in Eghegis, Vayots Dzor region, Armenia -- The Orbelian family cemetery in Elegis, Vayoc̕ Jor, Armenia -- With Fr. Pakrad Bourjekian. Three poems by Frik -- A profitable and excellent poem by Catholicos Grigor Tlay -- Index of ancient sources -- Index of proper names -- Manuscripts cited
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
volumes
Isbn
9789042916449
Lccn
2005047437
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
9789042932098
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)59011600
  • (OCoLC)ocm59011600

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