RELATED SITES ON THE WORLD-WIDE WEB
- Noncanonical Literature – OT Pseudepigrapha. Translations of a number of OT Pseudepigrapha scanned from the 1913 edition of Charles, Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament.
- Online Critical Pseudepigrapha Project. Original-language critical texts of OT Pseudepigrapha.
- The More Old Testament Pseudepigrapha Project at the University of St. Andrews, run by Richard Bauckham and myself and with Alexander Panayotov as research fellow. We estimate that we have a corpus of OT Pseudepigrapha the size of Charlesworth’s but with hardly any overlap with his two volumes.
- Early Jewish Writings (Peter Kirby). Introductory pages on ancient Jewish works, including a wide range of OT Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha.
- Early Christian Writings (Peter Kirby). Likewise for ancient Christian works, including many New Testament Apocrypha and a fewOT Pseudepigrapha.
- Texts of Judaism (Internet Sacred Texts Archive)
- The New English Translation of the Septuagint. With provisional translations of many of the Septuagint (LXX) books, including many OT Apocrypha and some OT Pseudepigrapha.
- The Slavonic Pseudepigrapha Project, run by Professor Andrei Orlov at Marquette University.
- An Electronic Edition of the Life of Adam and Eve – This is a report by Gary A. Anderson and Michal E. Stone on an electronic edition of one of the documents from the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha. The page contains detailed information on the date and provenance of the work and the languages in which it is preserved as well as an archive with a synoptic edition of the various forms of the document.
- Pseudo-Philo, Biblical Antiquities (M. R. James’s translation, Internet Sacred Texts Archive)
- Flavius Josephus, works of (Whiston translation, Internet Sacred Texts Archive)
- Philo of Alexandria, works of (Yonge translation, Peter Kirby’s website)
- Louis Ginzberg’s Legends of the Jews
- The Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls – Located at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and sponsor of the Orion online discussion list on the Dead Sea Scrolls.
- Scrolls from the Dead Sea – An exhibit on the Dead Sea Scrolls at the Library of Congress.
- Taylor-Schechter Unit Home Page – A page devoted to the texts from the Cairo Geniza at Cambridge University.
- Traditions of Magic in Late Antiquity – An exhibit of magical texts in the University of Michigan’s collections, created and maintained by Gideon Bohak.
- The Revised Standard Version of the Bible at the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia. Contains the Old Testament, New Testament, and Apocryphal works (the latter include some of the texts we consider part of the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha).
- Resource Pages for Biblical Studies – A collection of links compiled by Professor Torrey Seland of Volda College in Norway. Includes connections to many primary texts (see especially page 1) and secondary materials relevant to this course.
- The Home Page of Robert A. Kraft – Professor Bob Kraft is a pioneer in using computer technology for teaching and research. His home page has links to a number of courses he has taught online, as well as to his own online publications, and many other resources useful for our course.
- The Home Page of Meir Bar-Ilan – Meir Bar-Ilan is a Senior Lecturer at Bar-Ilan University. His home page contains much useful information on Second Temple Judaism and the OT Pseudepigrapha, much of it in modern Hebrew, some in English
- The Early Jewish and Christian Mysticism Web Page of the Society of Biblical Literature, at Marquette University. Many of the essays deal with OT Pseudepigrapha.
- Ioudaios-L – A scholarly e-mail list devoted to the discussion of first century Judaism. This site contains subscription information, a database of members, archived articles, and other information and links.
- Ioudaios Review – A now defunct online journal whose archive contains book reviews and articles having to do with first century Judaism and its general historical context.
- Hugoye – An e-mail list devoted to Syriac language and literature.
- Dr. Davila has taught two other online courses on related subjects in recent years. One was on Divine Mediator Figures in the Biblical World and was associated with the International Conference on the Historical Origins of the Worship of Jesus, which was held at St. Mary’s College in June of 1998. The other was on the Dead Sea Scrolls which was associated with the International Conference on the Dead Sea Scrolls as Background to Postbiblical Judaism and Early Christianity, which was held at St. Mary’s College in June of 2001. The course was taught again in 2005.
Last updated 29 January, 2007
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