Angels and Demons in the Book of Jubilees

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Ruiten, Jacques van; Reiterer, F.V.; Nicklas, T.; Schöpflin, K.;
(2007)
  • Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton

Jacques van Ruiten, “Angels and Demons in the Book of Jubilees,” in Angels: The Concept of Celestial Beings – Origins, Development and Reception (ed. Friedrich V. Reiterer, Tobias Nicklas, and Karin Schöpflin; Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature Yearbook 2007; Berli... View more
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    44 The interpretation" giants" for 0' '?:lJ is common in the majority of the ancient versions (LXX,Theodotion, Vulgate, Samaritan Targum, Targum Onqelos, Targum Neofiti). Cf. Salvesen, Symmachus 33. For the "sons of Anak," see also Num 13:22, 28; Deut 1:28; 2:10, 11,21; 9:1;Josh 11:21, 22; 14:12, 15; 15:13, 14; 21:11; Judg 1:20.

    45 See e.g., Bartelmus, Heroentum 156-159.

    46 See LXX, Symmachus, Targum Onqelos, Targum Neofiti, the Samaritan Targum, and the Peshitta.

    47 See also Jub 7:21-25.

    68 VanderKam, Demons 549. He points also to the opinion of others that Jubilees here preserves an earlier haggadic tradition according to which the demons were born from the union of women and angels. See also Segal, Book 110-111.

    69 Keel, Orte I 191; Reventlow, Volkertafel 2112-2115; Scott, Paul 6-8. Cf. Alexander, Geography 980; Holscher, Erdkarten 45-46.

    70 Cf. Skinner, Commentary 188; Wenham, Genesis 213-227;Westermann, Genesis 665- 671. Cf. Alexander, Geography 985.

    71 Cf. VanderKam, Demons 351.

    72 Cf. VanderKam, Demons 351-354.

    73 Meyer, Bedeutung 197-209;Loretz, Vorgeschichte 355-357;McCarthy, Tiqqune Sopherim 211-214;Van der Kooij, Ending 93-94;Sanders, Provenance 24-25, 156-158.

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