The Dead Sea Scrolls Translated: The Qumran Texts in English

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface to the English Translation & Translator's Note xix
  • Foreword xxiii
  • Introduction xxxi
  • Notes to the Introduction lix
  • Rules 1
  • 1: The Rule of the Community 3
  • 2: The Damascus Document 33
  • 3: Fragments of Other Rules 72
  • Halakhic Texts 75
  • 1: Halakhic Letter (4qmmt) 77
  • 2: Other Halakhic Texts 86
  • Literature with Eschatological Content 93
  • 1: The War Scroll 95
  • 2: The Rule of the Congregation 126
  • 3: Description of the New Jerusalem 129
  • 4: Other Texts 136
  • Exegetical Literature 141
  • 1: The Targums 143
  • 2: The Temple Scroll 154
  • 3: Pesharim 185
  • 4: Other Texts 208
  • Para-Biblical Literature 217
  • 1: Paraphrase of the Pentateuch 219
  • 2: Genesis Apocryphon 230
  • 3: The Book of Jubilees 238
  • 4: The Books of Enoch 246
  • 5: The Book of Giants 260
  • 6: The Book of Noah 263
  • 7: Books of the Patriarchs 265
  • 8: Pseudo-Moses 276
  • 9: Pseudo-Joshua 282
  • 10: Pseudo-Samuel 284
  • 11: Pseudo-Jeremiah 285
  • 12: Pseudo-Ezekiel 286
  • 13: Pseudo-Daniel 288
  • 14: Aramaic Proto-Esther 291
  • 15: Tobit in Aramaic and Hebrew 293
  • Poetic Texts 301
  • 1: Apocryphal Psalms 303
  • 2: The Hymns 317
  • 3: Hymns against Demons 371
  • 5: Other Compositions 399
  • Liturgical Texts 405
  • 1: Daily Prayers 407
  • 2: Festival Prayers 411
  • 3: Words of the Luminaries 414
  • 4: Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice 419
  • 5: Blessings and Curses 432
  • 6: Other Texts 438
  • Astronomical Texts, Calendars and Horoscopes 443
  • 1: Astronomical Enoch 445
  • 2: Calendars and Priestly Rosters 451
  • 3: Horoscopes 456
  • The Copper Scroll 459
  • 3qcopper Scroll (3q15) 461
  • List of the Manuscripts from Qumran 465
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