The Bible as book: the Hebrew Bible and the Judaean Desert discoveries

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Edward D. Herbert, Emanuel Tov, British Library
British Library, 2002 - Religion - 360 pages
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This volume charts the extraordinary developments witnessed over the last 50 years of the 20th century, since the chance discovery in 1947 of biblical scrolls in a cave in the vicinity of the Dead Sea. This collection of article represents cutting-edge research by an international team of scholars. Together, they chart the findings and controversies sparked off by the discovery and publication of some 900 scrolls which have transformed our understanding of the state of the biblical text at the turn of the last millennium. With subjects encompassing "rewritten" scriptures, canonical development, and the ramifications of the Qumran discoveries for modern textual criticism and the Bible today, this volume should hold something for both scolar and layperson alike.

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Contents

Shemaryahu Talmon
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Rewritten Scriptures at Qumran
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Intertextuality and its Implications
57
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