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The Origin of the Names of Angels and Demons in the Extra-Canonical Apocalyptic Literature to 100 A.D.
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Notes and References
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1Vocabulaire de l'Ang'lologie, Paris, 1897, p. 42.
2Schwab, p. 68 = 'K9K, 'angel of reunion.'
3Schwab, op. cit. p. 58, 0CI4#.
4Schwab, op. cit., 172
5This reference contains 2 citations:
- Bufael (i.e. IBfael) is the Hebrew
- Rafael, thd Aramaic
6Hastings' Encyclopædia of Religion and Ethics, iv, 597 ff
7This reference contains 2 citations:
- Charles, Eth. Version of the Book of Enoch, 1893, pp. 14 ff., n. 23
- Book of Enoch, 1912, he emends the name to SariRl
8This reference contains 3 citations:
- Charles, Eth. Version, p. 227.
- Schmidt, Harper Memorial, ii, 344
- de- rives it from the Aramaic 29K, he causes to ride, the charioteer.
9Toy, Judaism and Christianity, p. 150
10Book of Enoch, 1912, p. 20.
11This reference contains 2 citations:
- The derivation of Schwab, Vocabulaire de l'AngBlologie, p. 90
- Schmidt (Harper Memorial, ii, 344)
12Schmidt's derivation (Harper Memorial, ii, 344)
13Charles takes it to be W'TIYV, ' God is my helper.'
14Charles, Ethiopic Version of the Book of Enoch, p. 227
15Shamiazdz, Eth. En. 6 7 (Charles)
16Schmidt, Harper Memorial, ii, 343 ff.
17This reference contains 2 citations:
- Schmidt, ibid.
- Charles, as vt
18This reference contains 2 citations:
- Charles, Ethiopic Version of the Book of Enoch, 227
- Book of Enoch, 1912, p. 16