Antichrist, Jew, Christian, Apocalypse
This paper examines textual and iconographic representations of antichrist personae in medieval Christian and Jewish manuscripts. Through a common language of polemics, Christians and Jews conflated antichrist personae to represent a more generalized category of apocalyptic antagonist that reflected the most significant temptations and threats to each respective religious community. As will be argued here, the greatest temptation and threat for Christians and Jews alike were those posed by members of the other religious group
Latteri, Natalie E.
"A Dialogue on Disaster: Antichrists in Jewish and Christian Apocalypses and their Medieval Recensions,"
Quidditas: Vol. 38
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rmmra/vol38/iss1/6