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Book of Enoch

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  1. any of several works that attribute themselves to Enoch, the great-grandfather of Noah and son of Jared.&#160

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  2. Most commonly, the phrase Book of Enoch refers to 1 Enoch, which is wholly extant only in the Ethiopic language, with Aramaic fragments from Qumran and medieval Greek fragments

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  3. These works are reputedly a product of ancient Jewish literature

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  4. Some of the fallen angels that are given in 1 Enoch have other names such as Rameel ('morning of God'), who becomes Azazel and is also called Gadriel ('wall of God') in Chapter 69

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  5. There are two other books named "Enoch": 2 Enoch (surviving only in Old Slavonic

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