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Page 2 of 9 Original Research, widespread phenomenon of prophecy the dissemination writings cf Tardieu 2008 34 He took up and developed. of radical ways of reading and interpreting the scriptural Jewish and biblical imagery and symbolism relating them. substrata shared by Jews Christian gnostics and Muslims to the symbolical and mythological languages of Persia in. lead to the transmission of narrative motif exegetical his Shabuhragan Klimkeit 1993 7 He also used some other. traditions and even entire works across formal religious writings as well chiefly the Enoch Writings cf Tardieu. boundaries Reeves 1999 163 This variety of users of 2008 34 Sundermann 1993 pointed out that the connection. literature makes it problematic to decide how exactly Mani between the cosmogony and calendric speculations in Mani s. used older material work was stimulated by the Aramaic Enoch writings. Living in an area with the most varied religious traditions Remarkable resemblance exists between astronomic Turfan. Klimkeit 1993 2 Mani had many different writings from M 98 1 M 99 I and the Book of the Luminaries in Ethiopian. Judaism from Christianity from Zoroastrianism and from Enoch 72 82 cf Baker Brian 2011 28 76 W B Henning asked. Buddhism Gnosticism and the Elchasaite library available the question already in 1934 whether Ethiopic Enoch was the. to him 5 Amongst these Mani made use of the Enochic example for this manuscript In the Astronomical Book of. tradition as well Nickelsburg 2001 99 even remarked The Enoch 1 En 72 82 also called the Book of the Luminaries. apostle Mani 216 276 CE perhaps more than any writer in the elevated Enoch possessed and revealed cosmological. antiquity incorporated material from the Enochic writings and astronomical secrets In 1 Enoch 72 1 74 2 and 80 1 he. into his religious system see Stroumsa 1984 152 167 is depicted as recipient of angelic revelations that included. celestial knowledge of astronomical meteorological and. Two general remarks are to be made on Mani s use of biblical calendric traditions In 1 Enoch 41 1 Enoch is described as. and pseudepigraphical material Firstly Reeves 1999 163 the one who saw all secrets of heaven In the majority of. n 63 remarked that the uniqueness of Mani s teaching the materials associated with the early Enochic circle he is. about the aborted demons fallen from heaven as creators of depicted in this capacity cf Orlov 2007 113. human beings can be traced back to Jewish Enoch literature. Secondly Reeves 1994 174 also indicated that Manichaean Another motif borrowed from 1 Enoch 60 7 10 was pointed. texts rarely cite the Hebrew Bible but use characters and out by J C Reeves The idea of a female monster dwelling. events referred to in the Hebrew Bible particularly those in the depth of the ocean is found in both Mani and Enoch. within the primeval history of Genesis 1 11 which assume Reeves suggested that the Enochic passage was probably. a major significance in the ideological development of Mani s the scriptural root of the Manichaean episode quoted by. thought Hutter 1992 137, Shabuhragan Hutter s 1992 comparison of sections from the Shabuhragan. The Shabuhragan represents an earlier stage in Mani s with the literature of First Enoch brought him to the conclusion. teachings Its text was only known in Asia Major but widely that Mani s original Persian document was deeply rooted. disseminated there cf Klimkeit 1993 225 A substantial in the Christian and Syrian world Although Zoroastrian. portion of that text is preserved in the original and still traditions cannot be denied the Western influence cannot. available to us cf Klimkeit 1993 225 This was the only book be ignored The Enoch tradition was so gut integriert so. Mani wrote in Middle Persian cf Hutter 1992 124 The book well integrated Hutter 1992 139 in Mani s work that it can. was intended to inform the Sasanian leader Shapur I of the only be identified by expert literary knowledge Klimkeit. fundamental insights of Mani s new religion It was written 1993 225 therefore warned against an overemphasis on this. somewhere between 240 and 250 CE cf Baker Brian 2011 26 tradition at the cost of the Iranian particularly the Zurvanite. influence on Mani 6, Hutter 1992 edited and published the Middle Persian. manuscripts M 98 99 and M7980 7984 Hutter 1992 135 Iranian and Turkish texts. proposed that the Turfan manuscripts M 49 and M 299a. In the Manichaean canon the Pragmateia the Book of. could have been part of the first chapter of the Shabuhragan. Mysteries and the Book of the Giants are grouped together. Manuscript M 299a deals with the coming of the apostle. The Book of Mysteries makes extensive use of Christian and. It refers to the precursors of Mani amongst whom Enoch is. other apocryphal traditions There are 18 chapters in this. pointed out This is an indication for Hutter that Enochic. book cf Baker Brian 2011 83 It was written in opposition. literature teilweise in den Manichaismus bernommen wurde. to a book written by one Bardaisan now lost to supplant his. was partly taken over in Manichaeism 1992 135, ideas on the mysteries. In Shabuhragan Mani drew abundantly on synoptic, Tardieu 2008 39 was of the opinion that this book is perhaps.
pericopes on the end of the world and judgement and. an exegesis of a fragment of the Apocalypse of Enoch. Pauline accounts of the Parousia from the New Testament. 6 Heuser and Klimkeit 1998 251 remarked that even Iranian mythology was. 5 Sundermann 1993 remarked that d etails of the Manichean myth reveal greater included though transformed to fit the new system From the Iranian religion. similarities with the cosmogonic and anthropological teachings of Bardesanes than of Sasanian Persia many images and narrative motifs were incorporated into the. with Zoroastrianism suggesting that he may have been the most significant source Manichaean system They even adopted Western narrative materials like the fables. of inspiration for Mani This reminds us that Mani used many more sources than of Aesop stories from the Iranian world and fragments of the Indian Pancatantra. just Enochic literature cycle, http www hts org za doi 10 4102 hts v70i3 2095. Page 3 of 9 Original Research, According to Baker Brian 2011 85 Mani contextualised The subject matter of the Book of Giants relates to the. pseudepigraphic writings ascribed to Enoch and Adam in core myth in 1 Enoch 6 11 whilst its narrative details. their roles as apostles of light to substantiate his claim to be are strikingly similar to elements in the broader Enochic. at the end point of the line of divinely sanctioned apostles elaboration in various parts of 1 Enoch Nickelsburg. In Klimkeit s 1993 translation and presentation of Iranian 2001 173 The issue to be addressed here therefore is the. and Turkish Gnostic texts remarkable agreements with the relationship between these Aramaic fragments of a probably. Enochic literature can be found Reeves 1994 197 indicated older Book of Giants found at Qumran and what is known. that the Book of Mysteries gives a clear demonstration of as 1 Enoch s Book of the Watchers 1 En 1 37 especially the. Mani s use of Jewish Enochic traditions particularly the narrative of the rebellion of the Watchers in 1 Enoch 6 11. legends of the Watchers and the Giants in 1 Enoch 6 11. Furthermore not only a question has to be posed about the. Baker Brian 2011 remarked, relationship of these Aramaic fragments with the Enochic Book. I t should also be noted that Mani appears in this work to have of the Giants in 1 Enoch 6 11 but also as to the relation between. been concerned with providing only the legendary material this Aramaic Book of the Giants and Mani s Book of Giants. surrounding the Beginning and Middle times of the Manichaean. periodization of the cosmos p 82 Mani s Book of Giants is a political pamphlet in the guise. of allegory and myth Tardieu 2008 47 In this book Mani. In the section The Three Trenches of the Book of Mysteries a transformed well known existing material from the Second. series of cosmological pits dug around the world into which Temple period of Jewish history into an extended discourse. the demonic waste of the firmaments is poured reminds one on the related issues of cosmogony and the nature of evil. of 1 Enoch 22 An obvious agreement between the hollow Baker Brian 2011 86 Reeves 1992 88 postulated that. places can be noted where the spirit of the souls of the religious personae or concepts were freely shared amongst. dead are kept 1 En 22 1 3 and the reference to the Prince the Jewish Christian and Mandaean communities Stories. of Darkness who has subjugated the five pits of death in in a Book of Giants and the Midrash are textual expressions. Triumph of Light text 8 cf Klimkeit 1993 35 In the Persian of an early exegetical tradition circulating in learned groups. texts of Mani s accounts of the making of the world cf during the Second Temple era Reeves 1992 88 This tradition. Klimkeit 1993 225 the three pillars and five arches facing the was used by Mani to create a cycle of fabulous narratives. east south and west remind strongly of the depiction of the relating to an independent account that relates with a great. earth in Enoch s Third Journey 1 En 20 36 The same is true many details and proper names the amorous and dramatic. of the Persian Text A s discourse on that which is material adventures of the fallen angels and their terrestrial progeny. Klimkeit 1993 227 228 The Living Spirit made and ordered the giants Tardieu 2008 46. four layers the prison of the demons and the four earths. with their columns structures portals walls ditches J T Milik 1976 298 339 suggested that the Aramaic Enoch. Klimkeit 1993 227 was the primary source utilised by Mani in the compilation. of his Book of the Giants cf Reeves 1992 3 Hutter 1992 7. The Treasury of Life consisted originally of seven books cf remarked that not only the person of Enoch but also the. Baker Brian 2011 79 Only a limited number of fragments Enochic literature played a major role in Mani s works He is. still exist they deal with elements of Mani s cosmogonic of the opinion that this can be illustrated in Mani s Book of the. teachings cf Baker Brian 2011 79 Giants According to Baker Brian 2011 86 Mani s book was. a creative reimagining of one of the principal components. The Book of the Giants the Book of the Watchers of the work known as 1 Enoch. He speculated that the Enochic literature and specifically a. About a dozen fragments of Mani s Book of Giants written. version of the Qumranic Book of Giants used by Mani was. in Middle Persian Sogdian and Uighur were found in. already part of the Elchasaite canon of scriptural texts with. Turfan cf Klimkeit 1993 247 Henning 1943 published two. which Mani grew up cf also Tardieu 2008 46, Iranian fragments of Mani s Book of the Giants in 1934 these. fragments confirm that Mani wrote a Book of the Giants 7. To Reeves 1992 127 it is clear that Mani had access to a copy. or later recension of the Qumran text 8 His theory therefore. However another Book of Giants was found elsewhere Nine was that the Manichaean Book of Giants was based at. of the twenty Aramaic Enoch fragments found at Qumran least in part upon a text very similar to that recovered from. since 1947 contain sections of an Aramaic Book of the Giants Qumran 9 Klimkeit 1993 247 agreed with Reeves that this. These fragments date from the first half of the 1st century. 8 It seemed plausible to Reeves 1992 208 to conclude that Mani encountered the. BCE to the early 1st century CE cf Nickelsburg 2001 76 Qumran Book of Giants during his sojourn amongst the Elchasaites The Elchasaite. These manuscripts reflect only parts of a work narrating reverence for the forefathers probably included writings ascribed to Enoch. Compare also Baker Brian 2011 86 for the same theory Sundermann 2009 also. the activities and fortune of the heavenly watchers and proposed that parts of the Enoch literature found their way into the Christian. tradition and so it is likely that Mani became familiar with the Jewish Book of the. earthly women However the fragmentary condition of Giants in his paternal Elkhasaite community He used this material to write his Book. these manuscripts hinders certain conclusions about the of the Giants. precise relationship of this work to components of 1 Enoch 9 It is probable that an older Giant tradition is intended Mani used this tradition for his. book and an Enochic tradition was used for the Aramaic book or the tradition The. Nickelsburg 2001 173 theory more generally held is that Mani used the Aramaic tradition Sundermann. 2001 counts amongst those who see the Jewish Book of Giants later replaced in. 7 Sundermann 2001 said the Book of the Giants is a book mentioned as a canonical the Christian Enoch tradition by a Book of Parables as the main source of Mani s. work of Mani in the Coptic Kephalaia chap 148 in the book of Homilies p 25 3 Book of Giants According to him this is proven by textual comparisons and the. 4 and the Psalms p 46 29 similarity or correspondence of many names. http www hts org za doi 10 4102 hts v70i3 2095, Page 4 of 9 Original Research.
book of Mani s was based on an ancient Jewish Book of Giants The Codex Manichaicus Coloniensis. originally written in Aramaic which was used at Qumran. This is the earliest extant original Manichean work written. cf Baker Brian 2011 86 The Enoch book was recognised. in Greek Sundermann 1992 43 from fourth or fifth century. as Vorlage zum manich ischen Gigantenbuch example text. Ethiopian Enoch and are therefore of concern for this study Use of Enochic material in Mani s works4 There was a literary nexus between scribal circles of Second Temple Judea and subsequent Syro Mesopotamian gnostic movements including Manichaeism Reeves 1999 157 Due to the 1 A sect known as the Mughtasilah that is those who wash or baptise themselves Van

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