Testament of Adam
The Testament of Adam is a Christian pseudepigraphical work extant in Syriac and Arabic probably composed in Edessa. It purports to relate the final words of Adam to his son Seth in which he speaks of prayer and then prophesies both the coming of the Messiah and the Great Flood.
Year: 300 AD
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