Apocalypse of Noah A nonbiblical and pseudepigraphal work known primarily through its mention in the book of Jubilees. If it exists today, it is only available through a set of fragments from the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Noah, Book (Apocalypse) of A lost pseudepigraphical document referred to and quoted in 1 Enoch and Jubilees. The Book of Noah, not a true apocalypse, contained a visionary description of purported events surrounding the birth of the biblical Noah, as well as an account of his death. A messianic notion
Noah, Apocalypse of. †A pseudepigraphical writing noted at Jub. 10:13; 21:10, hence written before the mid-second century B.C. Passages from this work, more properly titled “Book of Noah” (cf. 10:13), are thought to be preserved in Jubilees and (e.g., 1 En. 7:20–30; 10:1–17; 1 En 6–11; 54:7–55:2;
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NOAH, APOCALYPSE OF. Several references in the Pseudepigrapha refer to a written document described as the Book of Noah (e.g., Jub. 10:13; 21:10; T. Levi 2:3 [Greek]). Scholars therefore speak of an Apocalypse or Book of Noah and suggest that such a “book” was connected with other texts concerning Noah.