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The Testament of Abraham: Introduction, Notes, Text
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The Testament of Abraham: Introduction, Notes, Text

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Cambridge University Press 1892

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The Testament of Abraham, a pseudepigraphic (or falsely attributed) work, is thought to have been written by a Jewish Christian in the first or second century. It deals with Abraham’s death — both his reluctance to enter into the death, and the manner in which he died. Montague Rhodes James provides an introductory history of this apocalyptic book, its influence on later literature and how it fits into other Jewish and Christian literature. Both the short and long recenscions of the text are included.

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About Montague Rhodes James

Montague Rhodes James was a fellow dean and divinity lecturer of King’s College and assistant director of the Fitzwilliam Museum

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