The Slavonic Pseudepigrapha Project

I received notice today of an interesting online project dedicated to the Second Temple Jewish literature preserved in the Slavic milieux. The Slavonic Pseudepigrapha Project is developed by scholars from the Theology Department at Marquette University (Milwaukee, USA).

The resource provides original manuscripts, translations, and extensive bibliographies to the following pseudepigraphical materials preserved in Slavonic language, including:

  • Slavonic Life of Adam and Eve
  • Adam Octipartite
  • 2 Enoch
  • Sataniel Text
  • Apocalypse of Abraham
  • Testament of Abraham
  • The Ladder of Jacob
  • Joseph and Aseneth
  • Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs
  • Testament of Job
  • Life of Moses
  • Apocryphal Fragments about David, Solomon, and Elijah
  • Ascension of Isaiah
  • 3 Baruch
  • 4 Baruch
  • Pseudo-Danielic Fragments
  • Apocalypse of Zosimus
  • Ahiqar
  • The Word of the Blessed Zerubabel
  • The Josippon
  • Palaea Historica
  • Interpretive Palaea
  • Palaea Chronographica

This looks to be a great resource for those interested in the pseudepigrapha.

While I am on the topic of the pseudepigrapha, another excellent resource is the SBL sponsored, Online Critical Pseudepigrapha.

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