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From King to Magus, Development of a Tradition
The aim of the present work is to study the esoteric characterization of King Solomon that became popular in certain currents of Judaism and Christianity of Late Antiquity and to establish a typology of it.
Representative texts are analyzed, first to establish precisely the development of the different esoteric traditions linked to King Solomon, and then to show how these texts and traditions are placed in relation within the broad context of Magic and Religion in Late Antiquity.
The book provides data for a better understanding of magic and its role in the Mediterranean Oikumene, suggests the necessity for a better categorization of the magical discipline, and furthers the discussion on the transmission and importance of esoteric traditions withing Judaism and Christianity .
In: The Text of the Hebrew Bible and Its Editions
In: The Text of the Hebrew Bible and Its Editions
In: The Text of the Hebrew Bible and Its Editions
In: Textual Criticism and Dead Sea Scrolls Studies in Honour of Julio Trebolle Barrera
In: Textual Criticism and Dead Sea Scrolls Studies in Honour of Julio Trebolle Barrera
In: Textual Criticism and Dead Sea Scrolls Studies in Honour of Julio Trebolle Barrera
In: Textual Criticism and Dead Sea Scrolls Studies in Honour of Julio Trebolle Barrera