Sunday, December 30, 2012

PSEUDEPIGRAPHA INDEX, part 1

Texts related to the Torah


THE BOOK OF JUBILEES
Primitive history rewritten from the standpoint of the law by Pharisees in the first or second century B.C., this is the most important writing in the Pseudepigrapha.
archive details  (ch. 1 on p. 11)

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THE BOOK OF JASHER
 Probably a nineteenth century forgery, but included here because of its subject matter, it is claimed that an old copy was discovered in Venice, Italy in 1613 and translated into English in 1840.
archive details  (ch. 8 on p. 19)

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16     17     18     19     20     21     22     23     24     25     26     27     28     29     30

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46     47     48     49     50     51     52     53     54     55     56     57     58     59     60

61     62     63     64     65     66     67     68     69     70     71     72     73     74     75

76     77     78     79     80     81     82     83     84     85     86     87     88     89     90     91
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THE FIRST BOOK OF ADAM AND EVE
(The Conflict of Adam and Eve)
Rutherford Hayes Platt, editor
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Prologue

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61     62     63     64     65     66     67     68     69     70     71     72     73     74     75

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THE BOOKS OF ADAM AND EVE

THE MARTYRDOM OF ISAIAH

1 ENOCH

2 ENOCH

THE ASSUMPTION OF MOSES

THE TESTAMENTS OF THE TWELVE PATRIARCHS

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Geneva Bible (new testament)


The sacred books and early literature of the East:

vol. 1      vol. 2      vol. 3      vol. 4      vol. 5      vol. 6      vol. 7      vol. 8

vol. 9      vol. 10      vol. 11      vol. 12      vol. 13      vol. 14

Vol. 1. Jastrow, Morris. Babylonia and Assyria: The tales of Babylon that survived its fall; Earth's Coldest language: the Sumerian Texts in the Akkadian, or oledst Semitic tongue, The writings of Hammurapi, The creation epic, The epic of Gilgamesh and the goddess Ishtar, Other religious legends, Moral and philosophical texts, The Tel-El-Amarna letters, Records of the conquering kings, Prayers and magic incantations, Nebuchadrezzar and Belshazzar.- Vol. 2. Breasted, J.H. Egypt: The earliest Egyptian remains, The secret pyramid texts, Biography, travel, and romance, The precepts of Ptah-Hotep, Religious and semi-historic texts, Tales of romance and travel, The book of the dead, Egypt's holy scripture, Hymns to the One Universal God, The religion of the poor in ancient Egypt, History and legend under the great empire, Egypt's chief epic poem, Tales of romance and travel, The book of the breaths of life, Romances.- Vol. 3. Ancient Hebrew: The earliest remains, The Mishna or elder talmud, The Gemara, or younger talmud, The Haggada or Tales and traditions of the talmud, The Halacha, or Rules of the law, The tabernacle, Oko, A.W. Bibliography.- Vol. 4. Medieval Hebrew: The Midrash, or Preserved tradition, The Kabbalah or Secret tradition, Religious poetry, The book Cusari, The story of a lost race, The great Hebrew Philosophers, The travels of Benjamin of Tudela, Oko, A.S. Bibliography.- Vol. 5. Ancient Arabia: The genius of Arabic literature, The hanged poems, The koran, Torrey, C.C. Bibliography.- Vol. 6. Medieval Arabic, Moorish, and Turkish: The sunan, or Holy traditions of Mohammed, Early history and science, Philosophy and religion, Romance, The poems of Arabia, Moorish literature: Science and History, Love poetry of the Spanish Moors; Turkish literature: Legends and poetry, The travels of Sidi Ali Reis; Torrey, C.C. Bibliography.- Vol. 7. Ancient Persia: The Zendavesta, or Persian holy scripture, The empire of Cyrus, The later religious books, The Pahlavi historical romances, The final Persian tradition of the past.- Vol. 8 Medieval Persia: Omar Khayyam, the first great mystic poet, Nizami, Persia's chief romantic poet, Jalal Ad-din Rumi, the leader of Sufism, Sadi, the famous poet philosopher, Hafiz, the "poet of love", Jami, the last great mystic; Jackson, A.V.W. Bibliography.- Vol. 9 India and Brahmanism: The Brahmanic books, The Vedas, or Books of holy knowledge, Later Sanskrit literature; Lanman, C.R. Bibliography.- Vol. 10. India and Buddhism: The edicts of Asoka, The earliest suttas or sacred sayings, The book of the great decease, Later legends of the life of Gotama, the buddha, The Jataka or birth tale; The Dhammapada or path of the law, Later teachings; Aiken, C.F. Bibliography.- Vol. 11. Ancient China: The king, or ancient classics, The four great books of the philosophers; Hirth, F. Bibliography.- Vol. 12. Taoism, Later taoist texts, Other religions, History and drama; Hirth, F. Bibliography.- Vo. 13. Japan: The Kojiki, or "records of ancient matters", The Nihongi, or "chronicles of Japan", The Yengishiki, or Shinto rituals, The Man-Yoshu, or "myriad leaves", The Kokinshu, or "collection of odes", Genji Monogatari, the foremost Japanese novel, The medieval dramaa of Japan, Basho, the chief Japanese poet, Modern Buddhism in Japan; Griffis, W.E. bibliography.- Vol. 14. The great rejected books of the biblical apocrypha: The books of Adam and Eve, The writings attributed to Enoch, The apocalypse of Baruch, The story of Ahikar, The gospels of Christ's childhood, The gospels of Nicodemus; Johns, E.H. Bibliography


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