1 Enoch 91-108 (2007 Stuckenbruck), book

From 4 Enoch: The Online Encyclopedia of Second Temple Judaism
Jump to: navigation, search
Buy on Amazon
Search this book on Worldcat
Search this book on Google Books

1 Enoch 91-108 (2007) is a book by Loren T. Stuckenbruck.

Abstract

An English translation of the Epistle of Enoch, with notes and commentary. Includes Exhortation, Epistle of Enoch, Apocalypse of Weeks, Birth of Noah, and Eschatological Admonition (1 Enoch 91-108). Knows 49 mss., of which 12 are Eth. 1, and makes text-critical use of them with fresh readings; for Eth. II mss. depends on Charles and Knibb’s editions.

"The volume is a commentary on 1 Enoch chapters 91-108 that begins with the Ethiopic text tradition but also takes the Greek and Aramaic (Dead Sea Scrolls) evidence into account. This section of 1 Enoch, which contains material from at least five different documents composed some time during the 2nd century BCE, provides a window into the early stages of the reception of the earliest Enoch tradition, as it was being negotiated in relation to elitist religious opponents, on the one hand, and in relation to other Jewish traditions that were flourishing at the time."--Publisher description.

Editions

Published in Berlin [Germany]: Walter de Gruyter, 2007 (Commentaries on Early Jewish Literature).

Contents

Chapter One - Introduction

  • A. Overview
  • B. 1 Enoch 91-108 and Stages of Literary Growth
  • C. 1 Enoch 91-108: The Ethiopic Version
  • D. Bibliography

Chapter Two - Part One: Apocalypse of Weeks (1 Enoch 93:1-10; 91:11-17)

  • Introduction
  • A. The Text Traditions
  • B. Division of Time
  • C. Outline and Content
  • D. Date
  • E. Authorship and Relation to the Epistle and Exhortation
  • Commentary

Chapter Three - Part Two: Exhortation (1 Enoch 91:1-10, 18-19)

  • Introduction
  • A. The Text Traditions
  • B. Literary Analysis
  • C. The Exhortation as an Independent Tradition
  • D. Date
  • Commentary

Chapter Four - Part Three: Epistle of Enoch (1 Enoch 92:1-5; 93:11-14; 94:1-105:2) Introduction

  • A. The Text Traditions
  • B. Introduction to the Epistle (Title, Outline, Literary Analysis of Formulae, and Use of Tradition)
  • C. Date and Social Setting
  • D. Author and Community
  • Commentary

Chapter Five - Part Four: Birth of Noah (1 Enoch 106:1-107:3)

  • Introduction
  • A. The Enochic Character of Chapters 106-107
  • B. Summary and Significance
  • C. Birth of Noah in the Context of Enochic and Other Early Jewish Traditions
  • D. The Text Traditions
  • E. Date
  • Commentary

Chapter Six - Part Five: Eschatological Admonition (1 Enoch 108:1-15) *Introduction

  • A. Summary
  • B. Structure
  • C. The Text Traditions
  • D. Eschatological Admonition in Relation to Enochic and Other Early Jewish Traditions
  • E. Date
  • Commentary

External links