Essays analyze the major traditional texts of Judaism from literary, historical, philosophical, and religious points of view.
The Mishnah by Herbert Danby
Call Number: Ref BM497.5 .E51 1950
Publication Date: 1933
Translated from the Hebrew with introduction and brief explanatory notes. According to Jewish tradition, Mishnah is the part of the revelation that Moses received from God on Mount Sinai, and was passed on as oral tradition through the Jewish prophets and sages. Rabbi Judah ha-Nasi, with the help of additional scribes, committed part of this oral tradition to writing near the end of the 2nd century C.E.
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The Philo Index by Peder Borgen; Kare Fuglseth; Roald Skarsten
Call Number: Ref PA4270.Z5 B67 2000
Publication Date: 2000-01-01
Philo of Alexandria (20 BCE-40 CE) is one of the most important representatives of Hellenistic Judaism. This reference is the first and only available index to all Greek words in the writings of Philo, main fragments included. This lemmatized and computer-generated concordance lists each Greek word
A Complete Concordance to Flavius Josephus by Karl Heinrich Rengstorf; Flavius Josephus; E. Güting (Editor); E. Buck (Editor); B. Justus (Editor); Heinz Schreckenberg (Editor)
Call Number: Ref PA4224 .R4
Publication Date: 1973-12-01
Scholars and students of Jewish history, the New Testament, and theGraeco-Roman world
The Dead Sea Scrolls Concordance by Martin G. Abegg; James E. Bowley; Edward M. Cook; Emanuel Tov
Call Number: Ref BM487 .A72 2003
Publication Date: 2003-01-01
Old Testament Pseudepigrapha 2 by James H. Charlesworth
Call Number: Ref BS1692 1983
Publication Date: 1985-08-27
Expansions of the "Old Testament" and legends, wisdom and philosophical literature, prayers, psalms and odes, and fragments of lost Judeo-Hellenistic works.
A Scripture Index to Charlesworth's the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha by Steve Delamarter
Call Number: Ref BS1830.A3 D44 2002
Publication Date: 2003-01-01
This book is a complete index to the nearly 8000 references to the protestant scriptures in the margins and footnotes of James Charlesworth's 2-volume work, The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha. The information in the index will assist those studying the influence of the Hebrew Bible on the pseudepigrapha and the influence of the pseudepigrapha on the New Testament.
Concordance grecque des pseudepigraphes d'ancien testament by Albert-Marie Denis
Call Number: Ref BS1700 .D451 1987
Publication Date: 1987
Babylonian Talmud by Isidore Epstein (Translator)
Call Number: Ref BM499.5 .E5 1963
Publication Date: 1963
The first complete English translation, produced by the most authoritative Judaic scholars in the world. The Talmud (“learning” or “study”) refers to the work that resulted from rabbinic commentary (=Gemara) on the Mishnah from circa 400-600 C.E.
Sefaria is an online library of Jewish sacred texts. It includes the Tanaach (the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament), the Mishnah, the Tosefta, the Midrashim, the Targumim, the Talmud, Medieval Rabbinic Commentators, and Halakic texts.
These texts are all provided in Hebrew/Aramaic, and English translations are added as provided by contributors. This website also provides different ways of visualizing the relationships between the Jewish sources.