3 Enoch, or, the Hebrew Book of Enoch. Edited and Translated by Hugo Odeberg

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30 and 35 and a, cf. (13) Reqanati, comm. on the Pentateuch, e huda, a, likewise (14) Moscato, Qol Y 133 189, quote fragments of the Enoch-Metatron pieces of 3 Enoch. The quotations in the writings of R. , show that at one time 3 Enoch had become incorporated into a larger collection of writings concerned with the Hefcalop, and, further, that this collection must have formed part of a compilation

Further below. " But from this sound critical position the author immediately departs to treat of the writings as an original unity. : Having laid down his theory as to the unity of the mystical writings in question, Gratz proceeds to demonstrate that these writings belong to a post-Talmudic period, viz. the Ga'onic time, mainly, as he de- on the grounds "dass die darin herrschenden Vorstellungen Zeitalter unbekannt waren, theils von Talmudischen Autoritaten perhorresciert wurden". His arguments clares, dem Talmudischen theils are: (i) Talmud not identified with Enoch.

A recension of the Revelation of Moses. See above under Sources and Literature'). e. mainly magical in character: (a) Sefcer "Gott habe Gestalt und Korper mit Gliedern gleich den Buchstaben des Mannes von Licht auf dessen Haupt sich eine Alphabets. " INTRODUCTION 30 ha-yYasar; (b) Harba d e Mosce\ (d) Sefcer Sent been Raza Rabba (c) or Sefcer ha Razim\ No ah. The arguments and by Gratz have conclusions since been often repeated) whereas no further arguments in support of his theory have been adduced by subsequent writers.

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