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Joseph Fitzmyer seeks to ...
Joseph Fitzmyer seeks to remedy that situation. His A Guide to the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature starts by explaining the conventional system of abbreviations for the Scrolls. Then it helpfully lists specifically where readers can find each of the scrolls and fragmentary texts from the eleven caves of Qumran and all the related sites.
Fitzmyer supplies information on tools of study helpful for scholars — concordances, dictionaries, translations, outlines of longer texts, and more — and briefly indications electronic resources for the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
This winning guide makes navigating the sprawl of scrolls and information much more straightforward.
I The system of abbreviations used for the Dead Sea Scrolls 1
II The Dead Sea Scrolls : major publications 7
III Bibliographies of the Dead Sea Scrolls 163
IV Survey reports of the discovery of the Scrolls and their contents 167
V Lists of the Dead Sea Scrolls and fragments 171
VI Concordances, dictionaries, grammars, etc. for the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls 173
VII Secondary collections of Qumran texts 177
VIII Translations of the Dead Sea Scrolls in collections 180
IX Outlines of some Qumran texts (with select bibliography) 184
X Important bibliography on some topics of Dead Sea Scrolls study 224
XI The copper plaque mentioning buried treasure (3Q15) 274
XII Alphabetical list of sigla and their corresponding numbers 278
XIII Electronic resources for the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls 290
XIX Index of modern authors 293