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Frankfort and Kraeling incorrectly identified the figure in the relief with Lilith, based on a misreading of an outdated translation of the Epic of Gilgamesh.
The Arslan Tash amulets are limestone plaques discovered in at Arslan Tash , the authenticity of which is disputed.
William F. Albright , Theodor H. Gaster ,  and others, accepted the amulets as a pre-Jewish source which shows that the name Lilith already existed in the 7th century BC but Torczyner identified the amulets as a later Jewish source.
The word lilit or lilith only appears once in the Hebrew Bible , while the other seven terms in the list appear more than once and thus are better documented.
The reading of scholars and translators is often guided by a decision about the complete list of eight creatures as a whole.
She shall become an abode for jackals and a haunt for ostriches. Eberhard Schrader  and Moritz Abraham Levy  suggest that Lilith was a goddess of the night, known also by the Jewish exiles in Babylon.
However, this view is challenged by some modern research such as by Judit M. Blair who considers that the context indicates unclean animals.
The early 5th-century Vulgate translated the same word as lamia. The translation is, "And demons shall meet with monsters, and one hairy one shall cry out to another; there the lamia has lain down and found rest for herself".
Wycliffe's Bible preserves the Latin rendering lamia :. Isa And demons and monsters shall meet, and the hairy ones shall cry out one to another, there hath the lamia lain down, and found rest for herself.
Isa and the screech owl shall rest there, and shall finde for her selfe a quiet dwelling. Then the King James Version :.
Isa The wild beasts of the desert shall also meet with the wild beasts of the island , and the satyr shall cry to his fellow; the screech owl also shall rest there, and find for herself a place of rest.
And I, the Instructor, proclaim His glorious splendour so as to frighten and to te[rrify] all the spirits of the destroying angels, spirits of the bastards , demons, Lilith, howlers, and [desert dwellers] As with the Massoretic text of Isaiah , and therefore unlike the plural liliyyot or liliyyoth in the Isaiah scroll , lilit in 4Q is singular, this liturgical text both cautions against the presence of supernatural malevolence and assumes familiarity with Lilith; distinct from the biblical text, however, this passage does not function under any socio-political agenda, but instead serves in the same capacity as An Exorcism 4Q and Songs to Disperse Demons 11Q Joseph M.
Baumgarten identified the unnamed woman of The Seductress 4Q as related to female demon. Collins  regards this identification as "intriguing" but that it is "safe to say" that 4Q is based on the strange woman of Proverbs 2, 5, 7, Her house sinks down to death, And her course leads to the shades.
All who go to her cannot return And find again the paths of life. Her gates are gates of death, and from the entrance of the house She sets out towards Sheol.
None of those who enter there will ever return, And all who possess her will descend to the Pit.
Lilith does not occur in the Mishnah. The above statement by Hanina may be related to the belief that nocturnal emissions engendered the birth of demons:.
The Midrash Rabbah collection contains two references to Lilith. The first one is present in Genesis Rabbah and according to Rabbi Hiyya God proceeded to create a second Eve for Adam, after Lilith had to return to dust.
Chavvah ha-Rishonah , analogically to the phrase Adam ha-Rishon , i. Although in the medieval Hebrew literature and folklore, especially that reflected on the protective amulets of various kinds, Chavvah ha-Rishonah was identified with Lilith, one should remain careful in transposing this equation to the Late Antiquity.
The second mention of Lilith, this time explicit, is present in Numbers Rabbah The midrash develops the story of Moses' plea after God expresses anger at the bad report of the spies.
Moses responds to a threat by God that He will destroy the Israelite people. Moses pleads before God, that God should not be like Lilith who kills her own children.
IV, 22 , He is now destroying! As that Lilith who, when she finds nothing else, turns upon her own children, so Because the Lord was not able to bring this people into the land He hath slain them' Num.
XIV, 16! An individual Lilith, along with Bagdana "king of the lilits", is one of the demons to feature prominently in protective spells in the eighty surviving Jewish occult incantation bowls from Sassanid Empire Babylon 4th—6th century AD with influence from Iranian culture.
The centre of the inside of the bowl depicts Lilith, or the male form, Lilit. Surrounding the image is writing in spiral form; the writing often begins at the centre and works its way to the edge.
The incantation bowls which have been analysed, are inscribed in the following languages, Jewish Babylonian Aramaic , Syriac , Mandaic, Middle Persian , and Arabic.
Some bowls are written in a false script which has no meaning. The correctly worded incantation bowl was capable of warding off Lilith or Lilit from the household.
Lilith had the power to transform into a woman's physical features, seduce her husband, and conceive a child. However, Lilith would become hateful towards the children born of the husband and wife and would seek to kill them.
Similarly, Lilit would transform into the physical features of the husband, seduce the wife, she would give birth to a child.
It would become evident that the child was not fathered by the husband, and the child would be looked down on. Lilit would seek revenge on the family by killing the children born to the husband and wife.
Key features of the depiction of Lilith or Lilit include the following. The figure is often depicted with arms and legs chained, indicating the control of the family over the demon ess.
The demon ess is depicted in a frontal position with the whole face showing. The eyes are very large, as well as the hands if depicted.
The demon ess is entirely static. One bowl contains the following inscription commissioned from a Jewish occultist to protect a woman called Rashnoi and her husband from Lilith:.
Amen, Amen, Selah, Halleluyah! The pseudepigraphical  8th—10th centuries Alphabet of Ben Sira is considered to be the oldest form of the story of Lilith as Adam's first wife.
Whether this particular tradition is older is not known. Scholars tend to date the Alphabet between the 8th and 10th centuries AD.
The work has been characterised as satirical. In the text an amulet is inscribed with the names of three angels Senoy , Sansenoy , and Semangelof and placed around the neck of newborn boys in order to protect them from the lilin until their circumcision.
However, the idea that Lilith was the predecessor may be exclusive to the Alphabet. The idea in the text that Adam had a wife prior to Eve may have developed from an interpretation of the Book of Genesis and its dual creation accounts; while Genesis describes God's creation of Eve from Adam's rib, an earlier passage, , already indicates that a woman had been made: "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.
Lilith claims that since she and Adam were created in the same way they were equal and she refuses to submit to him:. After God created Adam, who was alone, He said, "It is not good for man to be alone.
Adam and Lilith immediately began to fight. She said, "I will not lie below," and he said, "I will not lie beneath you, but only on top.
For you are fit only to be in the bottom position, while I am to be the superior one. When Lilith saw this, she pronounced the Ineffable Name and flew away into the air.
Adam stood in prayer before his Creator: "Sovereign of the universe! Said the Holy One to Adam, "If she agrees to come back, what is made is good.
If not, she must permit one hundred of her children to die every day. They told her God's word, but she did not wish to return. The angels said, "We shall drown you in the sea.
If the infant is male, I have dominion over him for eight days after his birth, and if female, for twenty days. When the angels heard Lilith's words, they insisted she go back.
But she swore to them by the name of the living and eternal God: "Whenever I see you or your names or your forms in an amulet, I will have no power over that infant.
Accordingly, every day one hundred demons perish, and for the same reason, we write the angels' names on the amulets of young children.
When Lilith sees their names, she remembers her oath, and the child recovers. The background and purpose of The Alphabet of Ben-Sira is unclear.
It is a collection of stories about heroes of the Bible and Talmud , it may have been a collection of folk-tales , a refutation of Christian , Karaite , or other separatist movements; its content seems so offensive to contemporary Jews that it was even suggested that it could be an anti-Jewish satire ,  although, in any case, the text was accepted by the Jewish mystics of medieval Germany.
In turn, other scholars argue that the target of the Alphabet's satire is very difficult to establish exactly because of the variety of the figures and values ridiculed therein: criticism is actually directed against Adam, who turns out to be weak and ineffective in his relations with his wife.
Apparently, the first man is not the only male figure who is mocked: even God cannot subjugate Lilith and needs to ask his messengers, who only manage to go as far as negotiating the conditions of the agreement.
The Alphabet of Ben-Sira is the earliest surviving source of the story, and the conception that Lilith was Adam's first wife became only widely known with the 17th century Lexicon Talmudicum of German scholar Johannes Buxtorf.
In this folk tradition that arose in the early Middle Ages Lilith, a dominant female demon, became identified with Asmodeus , King of Demons, as his queen.
Thus, the merging of Lilith and Asmodeus was inevitable. In this case Asmodeus and Lilith were believed to procreate demonic offspring endlessly and spread chaos at every turn.
Two primary characteristics are seen in these legends about Lilith: Lilith as the incarnation of lust, causing men to be led astray, and Lilith as a child-killing witch, who strangles helpless neonates.
These two aspects of the Lilith legend seemed to have evolved separately; there is hardly a tale where she encompasses both roles.
Such stories are commonly found among Jewish folklore. Although the image of Lilith of the Alphabet of Ben Sira is unprecedented, some elements in her portrayal can be traced back to the talmudic and midrashic traditions that arose around Eve:.
Kabbalistic mysticism attempted to establish a more exact relationship between Lilith and God. With her major characteristics having been well developed by the end of the Talmudic period, after six centuries had elapsed between the Aramaic incantation texts that mention Lilith and the early Spanish Kabbalistic writings in the 13th century, she reappears, and her life history becomes known in greater mythological detail.
One mentions her creation as being before Adam's, on the fifth day, because the "living creatures" with whose swarms God filled the waters included Lilith.
A similar version, related to the earlier Talmudic passages, recounts how Lilith was fashioned with the same substance as Adam was, shortly before.
A third alternative version states that God originally created Adam and Lilith in a manner that the female creature was contained in the male.
Lilith's soul was lodged in the depths of the Great Abyss. When God called her, she joined Adam. After Adam's body was created, a thousand souls from the Left evil side attempted to attach themselves to him.
However, God drove them off. Adam was left lying as a body without a soul. Then a cloud descended and God commanded the earth to produce a living soul.
This God breathed into Adam, who began to spring to life and his female was attached to his side. God separated the female from Adam's side.
The female side was Lilith, whereupon she flew to the Cities of the Sea and attacked humankind. Yet another version claims that Lilith emerged as a divine entity that was born spontaneously, either out of the Great Supernal Abyss or out of the power of an aspect of God the Gevurah of Din.
This aspect of God was negative and punitive, as well as one of his ten attributes Sefirot , at its lowest manifestation has an affinity with the realm of evil and it is out of this that Lilith merged with Samael.
An alternative story links Lilith with the creation of luminaries. The "first light", which is the light of Mercy one of the Sefirot , appeared on the first day of creation when God said "Let there be light".
This light became hidden and the Holiness became surrounded by a husk of evil. Dark Baby - Earn all Hard mode completion marks as Lilith.
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