By Hanne von Weissenberg
This e-book makes a speciality of the 3rd portion of essentially the most vital records from the Qumran library, the epilogue of 4QMMT. It re-evaluates the textual foundation for this part, and analyses how the epilogue capabilities as part of the bigger record. as well as addressing the constitution and style of 4QMMT, this quantity analyzes using Scripture within the epilogue to be able to remove darkness from the theological time table of the document's author/redactor. even if this book's basic concentration is at the epilogue, the result of this research make clear 4QMMT as an entire.
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Additional info for 4QMMT: Reevaluating the Text, the Function and the Meaning of the Epilogue (Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah)
In addition to the examination of the actual fragments in 1 DJD X, 109-111. 32 CHAPTER TWO Jerusalem,2 both the photographs of the DJD edition, Emanuel Tov’s first CD-rom edition,3 and the microfiche edition4 have been used for textual criticism. 6 Recently, Eibert Tigchelaar has prepared a transcription of the manuscripts for the revised edition of the Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library (DSSEL), published in 2006. 7 After the transcription of the individual manuscripts, a synopsis of the three manuscripts of the epilogue in three parallel columns will be presented.
N. ” in The Dead Sea Scrolls. Forty Years of Research. (ed. D. Dimant and U. Rappaport; STDJ 10; Leiden / Jerusalem: Brill / The Magnes Press / Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, 1992) 3-17; Dimant, “The Qumran Manuscripts: Contents and Significance,” in Time to Prepare the Way in the Wilderness: Papers on the Qumran Scrolls by Fellows of the Institute for Advanced Studies of the Hebrew University. Jerusalem 1989-1990 (ed. D. Dimant and L. H. Schiffman; STDJ 16; Leiden: Brill, 1995) 26-30; Falk, Daily, Sabbath, and Festival Prayers in the Dead Sea Scrolls (STDJ 27; Leiden Brill, 1998) 9-16.
93 Reinhartz, “We, You, They; Boundary Language in 4QMMT and the New Testament Epistles,” The Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature (ed. D. R. Schwartz and R. A. Clements, forthcoming). 94 Fraade, “To Whom It May Concern: 4QMMT and Its Addressee(s),” 507-526. 24 CHAPTER ONE ment directed to an outside authority. ”95 In presenting the various possible settings and interpretations, Grossman and Fraade have listed several reasons for writing, preserving, and studying 4QMMT in the first century BCE/CE96 but have not mentioned the most obvious one: a continuous, real and acute concern for the purity of the Temple cult.