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Dead Sea Scrolls After Fifty Years, Volume 1: A Comprehensive Assessment (Peter W Flint) Paperback Book, (Wipf and Stock, 2019) 9781532680687
Dead Sea Scrolls After Fifty Years, Volume 1: A Comprehensive Assessment (Peter W Flint) Paperback Book, (Wipf and Stock, 2019) 9781532680687
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Title: Dead Sea Scrolls After Fifty Years, Volume 1: A Comprehensive Assessment

Author: Flint, Peter W

Additional Authors or Contributors: James C. Vanderkam (eds)

Publisher: Wipf and Stock; Publication Date: 2019

Paperback; ISBN: 9781532680687

Volumes: 1; Pages: 584

List Price in Paper: $64.00 Our price: $49.99

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The Dead Sea Scrolls after Fifty Years is being published to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the discovery of the first scrolls at Qumran. The two-volume set contains a comprehensive set of cutting-edge articles on a wide range of topics that are archaeological, historical, literary, sociological, or theological in character.

Since the discovery of the first scrolls in 1947 an overwhelming number of studies has been published. Now, half a century later, nearly all scrolls found have been published in critical editions, and scholars can begin to assess the true relevance of the scrolls for the study of the Bible, Second Temple Judaism, and Early Christianity.

The contributors to these volumes form an international team of leading specialists in the field. They have written critical surveys of particular aspects of Dead Sea Scrolls research, focusing on significant developments, theories and conclusions, while also indicating directions for future study.

Table of Contents

Volume I I. Introductory Essay 1. Fifty years of Qumran Research (A.S. van der Woude) II. Qumran Archaeology 1. Past perspectives and future prospects III. Qumran texts 1. "Biblical" texts a. The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Biblical Text (Eugene Ulrich) b. The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Greek Bible (Leonard Greenspoon) c. New Testament texts at Qumran? (Geoff Jenkins) 2. Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha (Peter Flint) 3. Interpretation of Pentateuchal Texts (Moshe Bernstein) 4. Rules-Legal (H. Harrington) 5. Rules-Constitutional (S. Metso) 6. Wisdom at Qumran (John Kampen) 7. Hymns and Prayers (Esther Chazon) 8. Narrative texts (= Parabiblical Prophets) (George Brooke) 9. The Copper Scroll (Al Wolters) 10. The Temple Scroll & The New Jerusalem (F. Garcaa Martinez) IV. Technical Studies: Scripts, Manuscripts, Dating Methods, Computers 1. Linguistic Features (Hebrew) (Martin Abegg) 2. Linguistic Features (Aramaic) (Ed Cook) 3. Palaeography (including new charts) (F.M. Cross) 4. A Qumran Scribal School? (Emanuel Tov) 5. Carbon-14/AMS dating (Gregg Doudna) 6. From John Trever to Digital Imaging: Photographing the DSS (G. Bearman and S. Spiro) 7. New Technological Advances (DNA, Graphics and Imaging, Underground Radar) (D. Parry, Farms) 8. Assembling and reconstructing mss (Annette Steudel) 9. Preserving the Dead Sea Scrolls and Qumran Artefacts (Adolfo Roitman)
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