Category:OT Pseudepigrapha Studies

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OT Pseudepigrapha Studies (OTP) -- Home Page
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OT Pseudepigrapha Studies is a field of research in Second Temple Judaism, that specializes in the study of the OT Pseudepigrapha.

4 Enoch treats the OT Pseudepigrapha as a corpus of Second Temple Literature. The Encyclopedia includes editions, translations, and monographs on the corpus of the OT Pseudepigrapha as well as on each of the documents in the collection.

The material can be sort out thematically or chronologically as well as by the languages and countries of origin.

For biographical information on scholars and authors, see OT Pseudepigrapha Scholars.


History of research
History of research

The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha is a modern collection of ancient Jewish documents, mostly from the Second Temple period, which were not included in the later Rabbinic and Christian canons.

While some documents were already known and had been previously published, they began to be studied as one literary corpus since the publication of the first collection of texts by Fabricius in the early 18th century.

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Pages in category "OT Pseudepigrapha Studies"

The following 110 pages are in this category, out of 110 total.