Greek Apocalypse of Ezra
The Greek Apocalypse of Ezra is a pseudepigraphal work survived in only two Greek copies. The text of the Greek Apocalypse of Ezra was influenced by the book of 2 Esdras. The extant version of the Greek Apocalypse is thought to have undergone extensive reworking, if not having been totally written by, Christian editors, mentioning the Apostles Paul and John, King Herod etc.
Year: 100-800 AD
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