New Qumran Texts and Studies: Proceedings of the First Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Paris 1992

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Hardcover New Qumran Texts and Studies contains 18 papers from the first meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies (Paris, 1992). Seven studies analyse parts ... of previously unedited texts: 4Q47 (A. Rof?, E.C. Ulrich), 4Q222 (J.C. VanderKam), 4Q265 (J.M. Baumgarten), 4Q286-290 (B. Nitzan), 4Q385B (D. Dimant), and the Psalm scrolls (P.W. Flint). Some of the other studies discuss various aspects of well known texts: 1QIsaa (J. Cook), The Temple Scroll (L.H. Schiffman, D.D. Swanson), and the Hodayot (L. Vegas Montaner). Yet others cover a range of subjects: the publication process (E. Tov), the wilderness community (G.J. Brooke), the scrolls and the New Testament (J. Kampen, H. -W. Kuhn), computer aided scrolls research (A. Lange), dating (E. -M. Laperrousaz), and wisdom traditions (G.W. Nebe). Read more Show Less

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New Qumran Texts and Studies contains 18 papers from the first meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies (Paris, 1992). Seven studies analyse parts of previously unedited texts: 4Q47 (A. Rofé, E.C. Ulrich), 4Q222 (J.C. VanderKam), 4Q265 (J.M. Baumgarten), 4Q286-290 (B. Nitzan), 4Q385B (D. Dimant), and the Psalm scrolls (P.W. Flint). Some of the other studies discuss various aspects of well known texts: 1QIsaa (J. Cook), The Temple Scroll (L.H. Schiffman, D.D. Swanson), and the Hodayot (L. Vegas Montaner). Yet others cover a range of subjects: the publication process (E. Tov), the wilderness community (G.J. Brooke), the scrolls and the New Testament (J. Kampen, H.-W. Kuhn), computer aided scrolls research (A. Lange), dating (E.-M. Laperrousaz), and wisdom traditions (G.W. Nebe).

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Eight papers examine newly discovered texts such a an apocryphon of Jeremiah, psalms scrolls, the Book of Joshua, and a work on purification after childbirth. Ten new studies of previously known texts discuss Isaiah 40:3 and the wilderness community, computer-aided reconstruction and transcription, and the covenants of Jacob and Jeremiah. Two of the studies are in German and two in French. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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George J. Brooke, Ph.D. (1978) in Religion, Claremont Graduate School, is Lecturer in Intertestamental Literature at Manchester University. He is one of the three founding editors of Brill's new journal Dead Sea Discoveries.

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Table of Contents

Preface
List of Plates
Plates 1-9
Purification after Childbirth and the Sacred Garden in 4Q265 and Jubilees 3
An Apocryphon of Jeremiah from Cave 4 (4Q385[superscript B] = 4Q385 16) 11
The Psalms Scrolls from the Judaean Desert: Relationships and Textual Affiliations 31
4QBerakhot (4Q286-290): A Preliminary Report 53
The Editing of the Book of Joshua in the Light of 4QJosh[superscript a] 73
The Unpublished Texts from the Judean Desert 81
4QJoshua[superscript a] and Joshua's First Altar in the Promised Land 89
4QJubilees[superscript g] (4Q222) 105
Isaiah 40:3 and the Wilderness Community 117
The Orthography of Some Verbal Forms in 1QIsa[superscript a] 133
The Matthean Divorce Texts Reexamined 149
Die Bedeutung der Qumrantexte fur das Verstandnis des Galaterbriefes aus dem Munchener Projekt: Qumran und das Neue Testament 169
Computer Aided Text-Reconstruction and Transcription (CATT) Developed with the Dead Sea Scrolls 223
Methodologie et datation des manuscrits de la Mer Morte: le rouleau de cuivre 3Q15 233
Die wiederentdeckte Weisheitsschrift aus der Kairoer Geniza und ihre "Nahe" zum Schrifttum von Qumran und zu Essenern 241
The Milluim Ceremony in the Temple Scroll 255
"A Covenant Just Like Jacob's": the Covenant of 11QT 29 and Jeremiah's New Covenant 273
Quelques structures syntactiques des Hodayot parfait et imparfait non initiaux 287
Index of Biblical References 305
Index of Scrolls and other Classical Sources 315
Index of Modern Authors 325
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