The Apocryphal EzekielBook - 2000
The editors have assembled here the fragments of literature and the biographical traditions associated with the prophet Ezekiel. The earliest collection of Ezekiel apocryphal citations was made in 1722 by J. Fabricius in his renowned . These were developed by subsequent scholars who provide the foundation for the work done here. The editors believe that there was indeed an apocryphal book in Ezekiel's name that circulated in antiquity and their aim is to gather a more comprehensive collection of citations attributed to Ezekiel than has been possible. Sections are as follows: the apocryphon of Ezekiel; traditions about the prophet from Armenian and Latin hagiographies, from martyrologies and other writings; and other non-apocryphal writings associated with the name of Ezekiel. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : Society of Biblical Literature, 2000.
Characteristics: p. cm.
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