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A comprehensive literary inquiry into a history of the Exodus tradition as it has evolved through time. The book examines the narrative of Exodus, compares it to biblical sources as well as to information provided in Apocryphic, Pseudepigrahic, Hellenistic and Midrashic documents.

ChapterFiveThePaschalSacrifice189 I. The Absence of the Paschal Sacrifice in the Didactic Psalms 189 II. The Paschal Sacrifice and the Plague Narrative 190 III. The Slaying of the Firstborn and the Pesah 191 IV. The Original Character of the Paschal Sacrifice 197 V. Why the Pesah was Incorporated into the Plague of the Firstborn 207 VI. The Pesah and the Plague of the Firstborn in the Bible and in Extra-biblical Sources 208 VII. Summary 217 Excursus IV: The Verb Päsah 219 Chapter Six The Exodus 222 I. The Time of Departure 222 II. The Participants in the Exodus 225 Chapter Seven The Parting of the Sea 233 I. The Parting of the Sea and the Exodus Tradition 233 II. The Biblical Tradition 234 III. The Extra- biblical Tradition 273 IV. Summary 291 Key to Abbreviations 293 Key to Extra- biblical Works 295 Index of Authors Cited 297 Index of Passages Cited 300   Chapter Home  | TOC  | Index

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Front Matter Front Cover Front Flap Half Title Page Title Page Copyright Page Table Of Contents TRANSLATOR'S PREFACEContents INTRODUCTION Back Matter KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS KEY TO EXTRA-BIBLICAL WORKS INDEX OF AUTHORS CITED INDEX OF PASSAGES CITED HEBREW BIBLEGenesis ExodusLeviticus NumbersDeuteronomyJoshuaJudges1 Samuel2 Samuel1 Kings2 KingsIsaiahJeremiahEzekielHoseaJoelAmosMicahNahumHabakkukHaggaiZechariahPsalmsProverbsCanticlesQohelethDanielNehemiah1 Chronicles2 ChroniclesVERSIONS AND TARGUMIMExodusNumbersJoshuaJudges1 SamuelIsaiahJeremiahPsalmsTg. OnqelosTg. JonathanTg. Yer. IITg. NeofitiPeshittaSymmachusAquilaAPOCRYPHA AND PSEUDEPIGRAPHA2 Enoch3 MaccJub 4 EzraNEW TESTAMENTRABBINIC LITERATUREAbot deRabbiNathan BabylonianTalmudGen. Rab.Exod. Rab.Mek.Mekilta deRabbiSimcon Bar Yohai Midr. HaGadolMidr. Petirat MöseMidr. Teh.Midr. WayyösacMishnahMisnat R. EliezerNum. Rab.Passover HaggadahPirqe R. El.Pirqe RabbenüHaQädösSifreTalmud YerushalmiTan.Yal. HaMakiriYal. SimconiGREEK AND HELLENISTIC LITERATUREArtapanusDemetriusDiodorusEzekiel the TragedianHerodotusJosephusContra ApionemPausaniasPhiloPhilo of ByblosPseudo-Philo - LiberAntiquitatum BiblicarumTheodoretThucydidesAKKADIAN TEXTSCANAANITE TEXTSHITTITE TEXTSUGARITIC TEXTSHEBREW Back Flap Back Cover
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