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Orientalia Judaica Christiana (a supplement series to Scrinium), vol. 4 (or 5), to appear in 2013.

Scripturalities
Collected Studies on Scriptural and Related Texts, 1987-2011
Pierluigi Piovanelli

0. Introduction

1. Apocryphicity, Past and Present

1. “Rewritten Bible ou Bible in progress? La réécriture des traditions mémoriales bibliques dans
le judaïsme et le christianisme anciens,” Revue de Théologie et de Philosophie 139 (2007):
295-310.

2. “What Is a Christian Apocryphal Text and How Does It Work? Some Observations on
Apocryphal Hermeneutics,” Nederlands Theologisch Tijdschrift 59 (2005): 31-40.

3. “Le recyclage des textes apocryphes à l’heure de la petite ‘mondialisation’ de l’Antiquité
tardive (ca. 325-451). Quelques perspectives littéraires et historiques,” in Poussières de
christianisme et de judaïsme antiques. Études réunies en l’honneur de Jean-Daniel Kaestli et
Éric Junod (eds. R. Gounelle and A. Frey; Lausanne: Zèbre, 2007), 277-295.

4. “The Reception of Early Christian Texts and Traditions in Late Antiquity Apocryphal
Literature,” in The Reception and Interpretation of the Bible in Late Antiquity: Proceedings
of the Montréal Colloquium in Honour of Charles Kannengiesser, 11-13 October 2006 (eds.
L. DiTommaso and L. Turcescu; Leiden: Brill, 2008), 429-439.

5. “Apocrifi e pseudepigrafi del Nuovo Testamento,” in Dizionario del sapere storico-religioso
del Novecento, vol. I (ed. A. Melloni; Bologna: Il Mulino, 2010), 43-52.

2. 1 Enoch and the Origins of Jewish Mysticism

6. “Sulla Vorlage aramaica dell’Enoch etiopico,” Studi Classici e Orientali 37 (1987): 545-594.

7. “Il testo e le traduzioni dell’Enoch etiopico, 1976-1987,” Henoch 10 (1988): 85-95.

8. “A Theology of the Supernatural in the Book of Watchers? An African Perspective,” in The
Origins of Enochic Judaism: Proceedings of the First Enoch Seminar (University of
Michigan, Sesto Fiorentino, Italy, June 19 - 23, 2001) (ed. G. Boccaccini; Turin: Zamorani,
2002), 87-98.

9. “ ‘Sitting by the Waters of Dan,’ or The ‘Tricky Business’ of Tracing the Social Profile of the
Communities That Produced the Earliest Enochic Texts,” in The Early Enoch Tradition (eds.
G. Boccaccini and J. J. Collins; Leiden: Brill, 2007), 257-281.

10. “ ‘A Testimony for the Kings and the Mighty Who Possess the Earth’: The Thirst for Justice
and Peace in the Parables of Enoch,” in Enoch and the Messiah Son of Man: Revisiting the
Book of Parables (ed. G. Boccaccini; Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2007), 363-379.

11. “L’éternel retour des visions apocalyptiques d’Hénoch,” Religions et Histoire 34 (2010): 30-
35.

12. “ ‘Much to Say and Hard to Explain’: Melchizedek in Early Christian Literature, Theology,
and Controversy,” in Enoch, Adam, Melchisedek: Mediatorial Figures in 2 Enoch and
Second Temple Judaism (eds. G. Boccaccini and A. A. Orlov; Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Eerdmans, 2011), forthcoming.

3. The Two Editions of the Book of Jeremiah

13. “JrB 33,14-26, ou la continuité des institutions à l’époque maccabéenne,” in The Book of
Jeremiah and Its Reception – Le livre de Jérémie et sa réception (eds. A. H. W. Curtis and Th.
Römer; Leuven: Peeters, 1997), 255-276.

14. “La condamnation de la diaspora égyptienne dans le livre de Jérémie (JrA 50,8-51,30 / JrB
43,8-44,30),” Transeuphratène 9 (1995): 35-49.

15. “Le texte de Jérémie utilisé par Flavius Josèphe dans le Xe livre des Antiquités Judaïques,”
Henoch 14 (1992): 11-36.

4. The Two Editions of the Paraleipomena of Jeremiah

16. “Les Paralipomènes de Jérémie dépendent-ils de l’Histoire de la captivité babylonienne?,”
Bulletin de l’AELAC 7 (1997): 10-14.

17. “Le sommeil séculaire d’Abimélech dans l’Histoire de la captivité babylonienne et les
Paralipomènes de Jérémie. Textes – intertextes – contextes,” in Intertextualités: La Bible en
échos (eds. Daniel Marguerat and Adrian H. W. Curtis; Geneva: Labor et Fides, 2000), 73-96.

18. “Abimelec in visita da Eusebio: Eugenio Montale lettore di un frammento dei Paralipomeni
di Geremia” (in collaboration with Claudio Zamagni), Studi e Problemi di Critica Testuale 61
(2000): 157-188.

19. “In Praise of ‘The Default Position,’ or Reassessing the Christian Reception of the Jewish
Pseudepigraphic Heritage,” Nederlands Theologisch Tijdschrift 61 (2007): 233-250.

5. The Gospel of Thomas and the So-called Secret Gospel of Mark

20. “ ‘Un gros et beau poisson’. L’Évangile selon Thomas dans la recherche (et la controverse)
contemporaine(s),” Adamantius 15 (2009): 291-306.

21. “Thomas in Edessa? Another Look at the Original Setting of the Gospel of Thomas,” in
Myths, Martyrs, and Modernity: Studies in the History of Religions in Honour of Jan N.
Bremmer (eds. J. Dijkstra, J. Kroesen and Y. Kuiper; Leiden: Brill, 2010), 443-461.

22. “L’Évangile secret de Marc trentre trois ans après, entre potentialités exégétiques et
difficultés techniques,” Revue biblique 114 (2007): 52-72 and 237-254.

23. “ ‘Une certaine Keckheit, Kühnheit und Grandiosität…’ La correspondance entre Morton
Smith et Gershom Scholem (1945-1982). Notes critiques,” Revue de l’Histoire des Religions
228 (2011): 403-429.

6. The Book of the Cock and Other Passion Stories

24. “Pre- and Post-canonical Passion Stories: Insights into the Development of Christian
Discourse on the Death of Jesus,” Apocrypha 14 (2003): 99-128.

25. “Exploring the Ethiopic Book of the Cock, An Apocryphal Passion Gospel from Late
Antiquity,” Harvard Theological Review 96 (2003): 427-454.

26. “Marius Chaîne, Joseph Trinquet et la version éthiopienne du Livre du coq,” Transversalités
– Revue de l’Institut catholique de Paris 85 (2003): 51-62.

27. “The Book of the Cock and the Rediscovery of Ancient Jewish Christian Traditions in Fifth
Century Palestine,” in The Changing Face of Judaism, Christianity and Other Greco-Roman
Religions in Antiquity (eds. I. H. Henderson and G. S. Oegema; Gütersloh: Gütersloher
Verlagshaus, 2006), 308-322.

28. “ ‘L’ennemi est parmi nous’: Présences rhétoriques et narratives de Paul dans les Pseudoclémentines
et autres écrits apparentés,” in Nouvelles intrigues pseudo-clémentines – Plots in
the Pseudo-Clementine Romance. Actes dudeuxième colloque international sur la littérature
apocryphe chrétienne, Lausanne – Genève, 30 août – 2 septembre 2006 (eds. F. Amsler, A.
Frey and Ch. Touati; Lausanne: Zèbre, 2008), 329-336.

29. “Rabbi Yehuda versus Judas Iscariot: The Gospel of Judas and the Apocryphal Passion
Stories,” in The Codex Judas Papers: Proceedings of the International Congress on the
Tchacos Codex Held at Rice University, Houston, Texas, March 13-16, 2008 (ed. A. D.
DeConick; Leiden: Brill, 2009), 223-239.

30. “The Toledot Yeshu and Christian Apocryphal Literature: The Formative Years,” in The
Toledoth Yeshu in Contemporary Research (eds. P. Schäfer and Y. Deutsch; Tübingen, Mohr
Siebeck, 2011), 89-100.

7. The Multiple Editions of the Apocalypse of Paul

31. “Les origines de l’Apocalypse de Paul reconsidérées,” Apocrypha 4 (1993): 25-64.

32. “The Miraculous Discovery of the Hidden Manuscript, or The Paratextual Function of the
Prologue to the Apocalypse of Paul,” in The Visio Pauli and the Gnostic Apocalypse of Paul
(eds. J. N. Bremmer and I. Czachesz; Leuven: Peeters, 2007), 23-49.

33. “La Prière et Apocalypse de Paul au sein de la littérature apocryphe d’attribution
paulinienne,” Apocrypha 15 (2004): 31-40.

8. The Adventures Continue in Ethiopia

34. “Nouvelles perspectives dans l’étude des ‘apocryphes’ éthiopiens traduits du grec,” in Études
éthiopiennes: Actes de la Xe conférence internationale des études éthiopiennes. Paris, 24-28
août 1988, vol. I (eds. C. Lepage et alii; Paris: Société française pour les études éthiopiennes,
1994), 323-330.

35. “Un nouveau témoin éthiopien de l’Ascension d’Isaïe et de la Vie de Jérémie (Paris, BN Abb.
195),” Henoch 12 (1990): 347-363.

36. “Les aventures des apocryphes en Éthiopie,” Apocrypha 4 (1993): 197-224.

37. “ ‘Orthodox’ Faith and Political Legitimization of a ‘Solomonid’ Dynasty of Rulers in the
Ethiopic Kebra Nagast: A Reappraisal” (unpublished).
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