By Coblentz Bautch
Learn of the Geography of one Enoch 17-19 examines the travels of the patriarch Enoch who's given a guided journey of amazing and now and then terrifying locations positioned in the course of the cosmos. Coblentz Bautch clarifies the textual content of one Enoch 17-19 by means of explaining how the websites defined relate to each other geographically and via reconstructing the psychological map of the geography that lies in the back of the textual descriptions. particularly provocative is the glory of resources from the traditional close to East, Hebrew Bible and the realm of Hellenistic Judaism that can have educated the realm view of one Enoch 17-19 and parallel traditions. via this examine a huge aspect of apocalypses is illumined: their portrayal of geography and sacred area.
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Nickelsburg, 1 Enoch 1: A Commentary on the Book of 1 Enoch, Chapters 1–36, 81–108 ’ at the annual meeting of the SBL, Denver, 17 November 2001. 4 15 James C. VanderKam expresses reservation as to whether the entire collection of writings indicated by Nickelsburg be considered components of a testament. 11 I concur with the hesitation of Collins and VanderKam in assigning the testamentary form to the Book of the Watchers and favor the notion that the Book of the Watchers circulated as an independent entity prior to its inclusion in a collection.
See also VanderKam, ‘Some Major Issues in the Contemporary Study of 1 Enoch: Reﬂections on J. T. Milik’s The Books of Enoch,’ 90, Devorah Dimant, ‘The Biography of Enoch and the Books of Enoch,’ VT 33 (1983): 14–29; esp. 17–18, and M. A. Knibb, ‘The Date of the Parables of Enoch: A Critical Review,’ NTS 25 (1979): 345–59; esp. 347–48. 2 14 reﬂected a common literary device found in Jewish literature;3 the division of a work into ﬁve books recalls the Pentateuch, an arrangement also apparent in the Psalms, Proverbs, Sirach, and in Pirqe Abot.
Given the wide consensus that 1 Enoch 17–19 distinguishes itself from 1 Enoch 12–16 and 20–36 as a literary unit and evinces clear literary seams, it seems likely that in some form now lost to us 1 Enoch 17–19 circulated independently; this hypothesis is not, however, incontestable. 40 41 42 43 44 1 Enoch, 278. 1 Enoch, 25. 1 Enoch, 278. 1 Enoch, 278. Nickelsburg raises this possibility as well. 1 Enoch, 278. 24 C. T L F 1 E 17–19 While geographical analogues of various origins have been cited in order to explain the view of the world implicit in 1 Enoch 17–19, few scholars have sought genre parallels to clarify why the geography in these chapters occurs in the particular form that it does.