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From Adapa to Enoch : scribal culture and…

From Adapa to Enoch : scribal culture and religious vision in Judea and…

by Seth L. Sanders

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Book jacket: What was the relationship between ancient scribes' religious visions and their creativity? During the first millenium BCE both Babylonian and Judean scribes wrote about and emulated their heroes Adapa and Enoch. Seth L. Sanders offers the first comprehensive study of their scribal ideologies and the historical connections between them.… (more)
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