A Brief Comparison of Targumic and Midrashic Angelological Traditions

in Aramaic Studies
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Abstract

In comparing the angelological traditions of Targum Pseudo-Jonathan, as seen in several key passages, to those of rabbinic literature, one finds that the former draws broadly from the various periods of the latter. The angelology of Targum Pseudo-Jonathan reflects traditions seen as early as the Tosefta and as late as Pirqe de Rabbi Eliezer. Despite the fact that various passages within this targum may echo pseudepigraphic traditions, Targum Pseudo-Jonathan contains a number of angelological traditions that are exclusive to rabbinic literature.

A Brief Comparison of Targumic and Midrashic Angelological Traditions

in Aramaic Studies

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