La figure de Moïse dans la Bible grecque des Septante

un article de Cécile Dogniez 
paru dans Mosebilder. Gedanken zur Rezeption einer literarischen Figur im Frühjudentum, frühen Christentum und der römisch-hellenistischen Literatur [Pictures of Moses. Thoughts on a Literary Figure’s Reception in Early Judaism, Early Christianity, and Roman-Hellenistic Literature], édité par M. Sommer, E. Eynikel, V. Niederhofer (WUNT 390 ; Tübingen : Mohr Sebeck, 2017), p. 35-62.
 
Résumé de l’ouvrage :  Moses – prophet, leader and mediator of God’s revelation. As Israel’s spokesperson and negotiator, he plays a decisive role in early Judaism as well as early Christianity. But he is also mentioned by pagan authors. Beyond doubt, Moses’ history of reception is very complex and convoluted. In the course of time, this figure was associated with various ideas and fulfilled different functions depending on the literary context. Certainly, the multifaceted portrayals of Moses reflect the diversity of early Jewish and early Christian conceptions and are the product of their complex history. By also focusing on often-neglected and less well-known texts, the particular aim of this volume is to illuminate the manifold depictions of Moses. 
Contributions de: Michal Bar-Asher Siegal, Thomas J. Bauer, Carsten Claussen, John Granger Cook, Jan Dochhorn, Cecile Dogniez, Christoph Dohmen, Matthias Ederer, Erik Eynikel, Yuval Harari, Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer, David M. Moffitt, Tobias Nicklas, Tzvi Novick, Michael Sommer, Gunter Stemberger, Hans-Ulrich Weidemann, Cana Werman, Jed Wyrick, Geza G. Xeravits, Jozsef Zsengeller).

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