Qumr An Cave 4: Parabiblical Texts, Part I

By Harold Attridge; Torleif Elgvin et al. | Go to book overview

DISCOVERIES IN THE JUDAEAN DESERT XIII QUMRAN CAVE 4 VIII

PARABIBLICAL TEXTS, PART 1

BY
HAROLD ATTRIDGE, TORLEIF ELGVIN,
JOZEF MILIK, SAUL OLYAN,
JOHN STRUGNELL, EMANUEL TOV,
JAMES VANDERKAM, and SIDNIE WHITE
IN CONSULTATION WITH
JAMES VANDERKAM

CLARENDON PRESS OXFORD
1994

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword ix
  • 216. 4qjubileesa (plates I-Ii) 1
  • Notes on Readings 17
  • Notes on Readings 19
  • 217. 4qpapjubileesb? (plate Iii) 23
  • Notes on Readings 26
  • Notes on Readings 28
  • Notes on Readings 29
  • Notes on Readings 30
  • Notes on Readings 31
  • Notes on Readings 32
  • 218. 4qjubileesc (plate Iv) 35
  • 219. 4qjubileesd (plate Iv) 39
  • 220. 4qjubileese 55
  • 221. 4qjubileesf (plate Vi) 63
  • Notes on Readings 66
  • Notes on Readings 69
  • Notes on Readings 73
  • Notes on Readings 76
  • Notes on Readings 78
  • 222. 4qjubileesg - (plate V) 87
  • Notes on Readings 89
  • Notes on Readings 92
  • Notes on Readings 93
  • 223-224. 4qpapjubileesh (plates Vii-Ix) 95
  • 225. 4qpseudo-Jubileesa (plate X) 141
  • Notes on Readings 146
  • Notes on Readings 149
  • Notes on Readings 154
  • Notes on Readings 155
  • 226. 4qpseudo-Jubileesb (plate Xi) 157
  • Notes on Readings 161
  • Notes on Readings 161
  • Notes on Readings 162
  • Textual Notes 163
  • Notes on Readings 164
  • Notes on Readings 165
  • Notes on Readings 166
  • Notes on Readings 167
  • Notes on Readings 167
  • Notes on Readings 168
  • Notes on Readings 168
  • Notes on Readings 169
  • Notes on Readings 169
  • 227. 4qpseudo-Jubileesc - (plate Xii) 171
  • Notes on Readings 173
  • Notes on Readings 173
  • 228. Text with a Citation of Jubilees - (plate Xii) 177
  • Notes on Readings 183
  • Notes on Readings 183
  • Textual Notes 184
  • 364-367. 4qreworked Pentateuchb-E and 365a. 4qtemple? - (plates Xiii-Xxxvi) 187
  • Introduction 187
  • 364. Reworked Pentateuchb - (plates Xiii-Xxi) 197
  • Notes on Readings 208
  • Notes on Readings 208
  • Notes on Readings 210
  • Notes on Readings 211
  • Notes on Readings 212
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  • Notes on Readings 236
  • Notes on Readings 236
  • Comments and Textual Notes 238
  • Comments and Textual Notes 242
  • Comments and Textual Notes 242
  • Comments and Textual Notes 243
  • 365. Reworked Pentateuchc (plates Xxii-Xxxii) 255
  • Notes on Readings 265
  • Comments and Textual Notes 266
  • Notes on Readings 267
  • Notes on Readings 269
  • Comments and Textual Notes 270
  • Comments and Textual Notes 272
  • Notes on Readings 273
  • Comments and Textual Notes 274
  • Notes on Readings 275
  • Notes on Readings 276
  • Comments and Textual Notes 276
  • Notes on Readings 277
  • Comments and Textual Notes 277
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  • Notes on Readings 281
  • Comments and Textual Notes 283
  • Comments and Textual Notes 284
  • Comments and Textual Notes 284
  • Notes on Readings 305
  • Notes on Readings 308
  • Notes on Readings 309
  • Notes on Readings 310
  • Notes on Readings 312
  • 365a. 4qtemple? (plates Xxxiii-Xxxiv) 319
  • 366. 4qreworked Pentateuchd (plate Xxxv) 335
  • 367. 4qreworked Pentateuche (plate Xxxvi) 345
  • 369. 4qprayer of Enosh (plate Xxxvii) 353
  • Notes on Readings 357
  • Notes on Readings 359
  • Notes on Readings 360
  • Notes on Readings 361
  • Notes on Readings 361
  • 382. 4qpap Parakings Et Al. (plates Xxxviii-Xli) 363
  • 422. 4qparaphrase of Genesis and Exodus (plates Xlii-Xliii) 417
  • Notes on Readings 425
  • Notes on Readings 428
  • Notes on Readings 430
  • Notes on Readings 436
  • Notes on Readings 436
  • Notes on Readings 437
  • Concordances 443
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