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19. Yassif, "Pseudo-Ben Sira," pp. 64-65. This version is close to the one published by David Friedman and S. D. Loewinger in Ve-zot li-Yehudah (Budapest, 1926), pp. 259-60. 20 It is not surprising, therefore, to find that the editor of the later version, the one which became known in Europe, changed this part of the story. When describing the encounter between Lilith and the angels in the Red Sea, he wrote: "They tried to take her back, but she refused. ' She told them: 'I know that I was created for the sole purpose of making babies ill from their day of birth until the eighth day, when I have permission, and after eight days I have no permission.

Lilit 'ulemta. 40. Scholem,Qabbalot,pp. 98-99 (Madda'eiha-Yahadut,pp. 260-61). 41. Even if one may suggest that portions of this early mystical work were lost, it is still inconceivablethat such a fascinatingstory was included in it (or anywhereelse, for that matter), and no other source botheredto mentionit until Rabbi Isaac cited it. Therecan be little doubt that the languageof this paragraphis intendedto enhance Rabbi Isaac's credibilityconcerningthe previousdescriptionsof the Liliths, the mother and the daughter,and their relationshipswith their husbands,the kings of the demons.

41. 39. Lilit 'ulemta. 40. Scholem,Qabbalot,pp. 98-99 (Madda'eiha-Yahadut,pp. 260-61). 41. Even if one may suggest that portions of this early mystical work were lost, it is still inconceivablethat such a fascinatingstory was included in it (or anywhereelse, for that matter), and no other source botheredto mentionit until Rabbi Isaac cited it. Therecan be little doubt that the languageof this paragraphis intendedto enhance Rabbi Isaac's credibilityconcerningthe previousdescriptionsof the Liliths, the mother and the daughter,and their relationshipswith their husbands,the kings of the demons.

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