Qumran Cave 4: Parabiblical Texts, Part 3

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DISCOVERIES IN THE JUDAEAN DESERT · XXII

QUMRAN CAVE 4 XVII
PARABIBLICAL TEXTS, PART 3

BY GEORGE BROOKE, JOHN COLLINS, TORLEIF ELGVIN, PETER FLINT, JONAS GREENFIELD, ERIK LARSON, CAROL NEWSOM, ÉMILE PUECH, LAWRENCE H. SCHIFFMAN, MICHAEL STONE, and JULIO TREBOLLE BARRERA

IN CONSULTATION WITH JAMES VANDERKAM

PARTIALLY BASED ON EARLIER TRANSCRIPTIONS BY JOZEF T. MILIK AND JOHN STRUGNELL

CLARENDON PRESS OXFORD 1996

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Table of Plates ix
  • Foreword xi
  • 213. 4qlevia Ar 1
  • 213a. 4qlevib Ar 25
  • 213b. 4qlevic Ar 37
  • 214. 4qlevid Ar 43
  • 214a. 4qlevie Ar 53
  • 214b. 4qlevif Ar 61
  • 215. 4qtestament of Naphtali 73
  • 242. 4qprayer of Nabonidus Ar 83
  • 244. 4qpseudo-Danielb Ar 123
  • 4q243-244: the Combined Text 133
  • 245. 4qpseudo--Danielc Ar 153
  • 246. 4qapocryphe De Daniel Ar (planche Xi) 165
  • 252. 4qcommentary on Genesis a (plates Xii-Xiii) 185
  • 253. 4qcommentary on Genesis B 209
  • 253a. 4qcommentary on Malachi 213
  • 254. 4qcommentary on Genesis C 217
  • 254a. 4qcommentary on Genesis D () 233
  • 378-379. 4qapocryphon of Joshuaa-B (plates -) 237
  • Introduction 237
  • 378. 4qapocryphon of Joshuaa 241
  • 379. 4qapocryphon of Joshuab 263
  • 473. 4qthe Two Ways 289
  • 478. 4qpapfragment Mentioning Festivals 295
  • 479. 4qtext Mentioning Descendants of David 297
  • 480. 4qnarrative F 301
  • 481. 4qtext Mentioning Mixed Kinds 303
  • 481a. 4qapocryphe D'Élisée 305
  • 481b. 4qnarrative G 311
  • 481c. 4qprayer for Mercy 313
  • 481d. 4qfragments with Red Ink 315
  • 481e. 4qnarrative H 321
  • Concordances 323
  • Hebrew Concordances 325
  • Aramaic Concordances 342
  • Plates 353
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