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- Jubilees is the most advanced pre-Christian representative of the midrashic tendency, which was already at work in the Book of Chronicles.
- Jubilees is an exception to that rule and its strong authoritative pseudepigraphy makes it stand out (in contrast to 4QRP, for example).
- Instructive for the study of the development of Jewish mysticism is the Book of Jubilees written around the time of King John Hyrcanus.
- In 1300, Boniface VIII formalized the jubilees, which afterwards became a source of both profit and scandal to the church.
- During the reign of Boniface two jubilees were celebrated at Rome.
- The previously mentioned Apocalypse of Abraham, the Testament of Abraham, and Jubilees are examples.
- The Testaments were written about the same date as the Book of Jubilees.
- In 1895 Charles edited this text afresh in conjunction with the Ethiopic in the Oxford Anecdota (The Ethiopic Version of the Hebrew Book of Jubilees).
- Today, the Throne Room is used for the reception of formal addresses such as those given to the Queen on her Jubilees.
- The Ethiopian Orthodox Church has a few additional books in its canon: Jubilees, Book of Enoch, and the Rest of the Words of Baruch (4 Baruch).
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