Jubilees 46:6‐47:1 and 4QVisions of Amram

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Abstract

The present paper explores the ways in which the authors of the Hebrew Book of Jubilees and the Aramaic Visions of Amram used the motif of a Canaanite-Egyptian war as they labored with the issues raised by the accounts at the end of Genesis and the beginning of Exodus. There is no clear indication that either writer used the work of the other; rather the war in question seems to have been a motif that was available to both when they composed their works and that each adopted and adapted independently.

Jubilees 46:6‐47:1 and 4QVisions of Amram

in Dead Sea Discoveries

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