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Author Lange, Armin
Title The Dead Sea Scrolls in Context : Integrating the Dead Sea Scrolls in the Study of Ancient Texts, Languages, and Cultures
Imprint Leiden : BRILL, 2011
©2011
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (1014 pages)
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Series Vetus Testamentum, Supplements Ser. ; v.140
Vetus Testamentum, Supplements Ser
Note The Dead Sea Scrolls in Context - Volume One -- Contents -- Introduction -- METHODOLOGICAL CONTEXTS: THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS BEYOND HISTORICAL CRITICISM -- Tov, The Sciences and the Reconstruction of the Ancient Scrolls -- Loader, Creating New Contexts -- Anderson, Curses and Blessings -- Ilan, Reading for Women in 1QSA (Serekh ha-Edah) -- THE TEXTUAL HISTORY OF THE HEBREW BIBLE IN LIGHT OF THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS -- Elwolde, The Hodayot's Use of the Psalter -- Fuller, Hebrew and Greek Biblical Manuscripts -- Rofé, Studying The Biblical Text -- ANCIENT SEMITIC LANGUAGES AND THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS -- Fassberg, The Dead Sea Scrolls and Their Contribution -- Bar-Asher, Two Issues in Qumran Hebrew -- Zanella, The Lexemes and in the Poetic Texts of Qumran -- Eshel, Aramiac Texts from Qumran -- Koller, Four Dimensions of Linguistic Variation -- Müller-Kessler, The Linguistic Heritage of Qumran Aramiac -- THE HEBREW BIBLE AND OTHER SECOND TEMPLE JEWISH LITERATURE IN LIGHT OF THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS -- Ginsburskaya, Leviticus in the Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls -- Reynolds III, Adjusting the Apocalypse -- Segal, Identifying Biblical Interpretation -- Tervanotko, Miriam Misbehaving? -- Bertalotto, Qumran Messianism, Melchizedek, and the Son of Man -- Ellens, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Son of Man -- ANCIENT JEWISH LITERATURE IN GREEK AND THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS -- Hopkins, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Greco-Roman World -- Matusova, 1Enoch in the Context of Philo's Writings -- Hacham, Where Does the Shekhinah Dwell? -- Mittmann, 11QMelch im Spiegel der Weisheit -- Stuckenbruck, the "Heart" in the Dead Sea Scrolls -- The Dead Sea Scrolls in Context - Volume Two -- Contents -- Introduction -- JEWISH HISTORY, CULTURE, AND ARCHEOLOGY AND THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS -- Hanan Eshel, Qumran Archeology in Light of Two Rural Sites in Judea
Minna Lönnqvist and Kenneth Lönnqvist, Parallels to Be Seen: Manuscripts in Jars from Qumran and Egypt -- Nóra Dávid, Burial in the Book of Tobit and in Qumran -- Edward Dabrowa, The Hasmoneans in the Light of the Qumran Scrolls -- JEWISH THOUGHT AND RELIGION IN LIGHT OF THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS -- Esther G. Chazon, Shifting Perspectives on Liturgy at Qumran and in Second Temple Judaism -- Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra, When the Bell Rings: The Qumran Rituals of Affliction in Context -- Russel C.D. Arnold, The Dead Sea Scrolls, Qumran, and Ritual Studies -- Sandra Jacobs, Expendable Signs: The Covenant of the Rainbow and Circumcision at Qumran -- Alex P. Jassen, Prophecy after "the Prophets": The Dead Sea Scrolls and the History of Prophecy in Judaism -- THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS AND JEWISH LITERATURE AND CULTURE OF THE RABBINIC AND MEDIEVAL PERIODS -- Lawrence H. Schiffman, Second Temple Literature and Rabbinic Judaism -- Günter Stemberger, Mishnah and Dead Sea Scrolls: Are there Meaningful Parallels and Continuities? -- Paul Heger, Rabbinic Midrashei Halakhah, Midrashei Aggadah in Qumran Literature? -- Moshe J. Bernstein, The Genesis Apocryphon and the Aramaic Targumim Revisited: A View from Both Perspectives -- Stefan C. Reif, The Genizah and the Dead Sea Scrolls: How Important and Direct is the Connection? -- Meir Bar-Ilan, Non-Canonical Psalms from the Genizah -- THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS AND EARLY CHRISTIANITY -- Karl P. Donfried, Paul the Jew and the Dead Sea Scrolls -- Cecilia Wassen, "Because of the Angels": Reading 1_Cor 11:2--16 in Light of Angelology in the Dead Sea Scrolls -- Renate J. Pillinger, Dead Sea Scrolls and Early Christian Art -- Agnethe Siquans, Hermeneutics and Methods of Interpretation in the Isaiah Pesharim and in the Commentary on Isaiah by Theodoret of Cyrus -- THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS AND THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN AND ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN WORLDS
Gebhard J. Selz, Of Heroes and Sages: Considerations on the Early Mesopotamian Background of Some Enochic Traditions -- Ursula Schattner-Rieser, Levi in the Third Sky: On the "Ascent to Heaven" Legends within Their Near Eastern Context and J.T. Milik's Unpublished Version of the Aramaic Levi Document -- Ida Fröhlich, Qumran Biblical Interpretation in the Light of Ancient Near Eastern Historiography -- Jan Dusek, Protection of Ownership in the Deeds of Sale: Deeds of Sale from the Judean Desert in Context -- Bernhard Palme, Public Memory and Public Dispute: Council Minutes between Roman Egypt and the Dead Sea -- Armin Lange and Zlatko Pleˇse, The Qumran Pesharim and the Derveni Papyrus: Transpositional Hermeneutics in Ancient Jewish and Ancient Greek Commentaries -- George Branch-Trevathan, Why Does 4Q394 Begin with a Calendar? -- Select Index of Ancient Sources -- Contributors -- Contents Volume One and Two
With nearly all Dead Sea Scrolls published, this collection of essays integrates this very important corpus of ancient texts into the study of Hebrew Bible, ancient and rabbinic Judaism as well as early Christian and other ancient literatures, languages, and cultures
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Lange, Armin The Dead Sea Scrolls in Context : Integrating the Dead Sea Scrolls in the Study of Ancient Texts, Languages, and Cultures Leiden : BRILL,c2011 9789004189034
Subject Dead Sea scrolls -- Congresses.;Qumran community -- Congresses.;Judaism -- History -- Post-exilic period, 586 B.C.-210 A.D. -- Congresses
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Alt Author Reynolds, Bennie H., III
Tov, Emanuel
Weigold, Matthias
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