By Jens Herzer
A little-known textual content of Hellenistic Judaism, four Baruch (or Paraleipomena Jeremiou) displays the placement in Palestine at the eve of the Bar-Kokhba warfare by means of retelling the tale of the Babylonian captivity of the Jewish humans. overlooked for much too lengthy, four Baruch is now made available to students and scholars alike via a serious variation of the Greek textual content, a brand new English translation, and a considerable statement in this early Jewish writing of the start of the second one century C.E. The remark elaborates its historic and literary atmosphere and gives a theological interpretation of its non secular principles. at the foundation of his shut and cautious analyzing of the textual content, Jens Herzer argues for the fundamental integrity of four Baruch as a real Jewish paintings that used to be preserved after the struggle via a Christian team that still additional a Christian finishing.
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Additional resources for 4 Baruch (Paraleipomena Jeremiou) (Writings from the Greco-Roman World)
Peter Schäfer, Studien zur Geschichte und Theologie des rabbinischen Judentums (AGJU 25; Leiden: Brill, 1978), 64–121, esp. 90–95; see also his Der Bar Kockba-Aufstand: Studien zum zweiten jüdischen Krieg gegen Rom (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1981), 55–57. Cf. y. Ta‘anit 4:5: “R. Simeon b. ’ R. ’ Said to him R. Yohanan ben Toreta, ‘Aqiba! ’ ” (quoted from Neusner, Talmud of the Land of Israel, 18:275). See also Pierre Lenhardt and Peter von der Osten-Sacken, Rabbi Akiva: Texte und Interpretationen zum rabbinischen Judentum und Neuen Testament (Berlin: Institut Kirche und Judentum, 1987), 307–17.
186) mentions the fact that there are still manuscripts that have not yet been used for the reconstruction of the text of 4 Baruch. The sigla used in this edition follow Kraft’s edition. See also Riaud, Paralipomènes du Prophète Jérémie, 5–15. Schaller (“Paralipomena Jeremiou,” 689–90) uses his own system of sigla. INTRODUCTION xxxix M = Venice St. 45 (formerly Nanianus 161), fol 254–262, 1616– 1618. N = Paris suppl. gr 136, fol 107–134, 16th century. 2, fol 1v–9, 12th century. 19, fol 159–169, 11th century.
A ﬁfth group of manuscripts is represented by d h and probably o. , epi ton: A proj ton) separates variants of the same word or phrase. ) between Greek words indicates that the whole phrase between them is the variant in question; for example, “Ieremia – o Barouc A B eth (R om o); C anasthqh kai su kai Barouc” in 1:1 means that the whole phrase VIeremi,a( o` evklekto,j mou( avna,sta( e;xelqe evk th/j po,lewj tau,thj( su. kai. , kai2 refers to the second appearance of kai in the verse) Data in brackets indicate diﬀerences in manuscripts within the otherwise same variant.
4 Baruch (Paraleipomena Jeremiou) (Writings from the Greco-Roman World) by Jens Herzer