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Idāḥ al-maknūn fī al-ḏayl ʿalā Kašf al-ẓunūn ʿan asāmī al-kutub wa-al-funūn /

: Impressum ontleend aan Turks titelblad.
Titel ook in het Turks : Keşf-el-zunun zeyli / Baǧdatli Ismail Paşa. : Pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

Published 2001
The Orion Center bibliography of the Dead Sea scrolls (1995-2000) /

: The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (1995-2000) is the fourth official Scrolls bibliography, following bibliographies covering the periods 1948-1957 (W. S. LaSor), 1958-1969 (B. Jongeling), and 1970-1995 (F. García Martínez and D. W. Parry). The current interest in the Scrolls, with at least two journals dedicated to these texts, has led to a proliferation of secondary literature, theses, and electronic publications. The Orion Center Bibliography contains over 3000 entries, including approximately 600 reviews, gathered from the École Biblique et Archéologique Française in Jerusalem, from on-line databases, and from the authors themselves. This work is based on the bibliography compiled by the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Jerusalem, and includes reviews, journal articles, and electronic publications, a text index and a subject index.
: Includes indexes. : 1 online resource (228 pages) : Includes indexes. : 9789004350380 : 0169-9962 ; : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2007
From apocalypticism to Merkabah mysticism : studies in the Slavonic Pseudepigrapha /

: The present volume contains essays dealing with the Second Temple Jewish traditions and documents preserved solely in their Slavonic translations. It examines these Slavonic pseudepigraphical materials in the context of their mediating role in the development of early Jewish mystical traditions from Second Temple apocalypticism to Merkabah mysticism attested in rabbinic and Hekhalot materials. The book represents the first attempt to study Slavonic pseudepigrapha collectively as a unique group of texts that share common theophanic and mediatorial imagery crucial for the development of early Jewish mysticism. The study demonstrates that mediatorial traditions of the exalted patriarchs and prophets played an important role in facilitating the transition from apocalypticism to early Jewish mysticism.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references (p. [441]-464) and indexes. : 9789047411246 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.