Such may be a recurring theme in one set of Jewish-Hellenistic documents, because of her husband’s unexplained illness, Job’s wife in the Pseudepigraphal Testament of Job finds herself in the same position as Anna. See Nowell, “Book of Tobit,” p. 114, n. 20, and Paul Deselaers, Das Buch Tobit (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 1982), p. 378. On Ben Sira, see Claudia V. Camp, “Understanding a Patriarchy: Women in Second Century Jerusalem Through the Eyes of Ben Sira,” in Levine, ‘Women Like This,’ esp. pp. 26–33.