Welcome to the Books of Enoch page to examine and compare ancient apocrypha, attributed to the Biblical Enoch, that has been influential in Judaism, Christology, and the occult.

Books of EnochEdit

The "Books of Enoch" are ancient apocrypha traditionally ascribed to Biblical Enoch, the great-grandfather of Noah. They are considered to be composed between the first century BCE and 5th century CE and are excluded from the mainstream Biblical canon.


1 Enoch-Greek

Chester Beatty XII, leaf 3

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