Understanding the Dead Sea Scrolls: A Reader from the Biblical Archaeology Review

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Please call us at for in-store pickup of warehouse titles. Coming 17.11.2019: This item is not yet published and should be available on or around the mentioned date. For more than 35 years the majority of scroll texts remained the intellectual property of an exclusive coterie of scholars. Recently, however, the Biblical Archaeology Review succeeded in breaking that monopoly.

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This path-clearing volume is an illuminating assessment of what these texts reveal about a lost era in the history of two world religions, Christianity and rabbinic Judaism. Is the Copper Scroll a secret map to the treasures of the Jerusalem Temple? In what way do these books prefigure the teachings of early Christianity? Additional chapters address the controversies surrounding the Scrolls' discovery and their long suppression -- including the possible role of the Vatican and charges of anti-Semitism on the part of a former chief editor of the official scroll publication team.

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From the Trade Paperback edition. Is the Temple Scroll a lost sixth book of the Torah?

Understanding the Dead Sea Scrolls: A Reader from the Biblical Archaeology Review

What light do the scrolls shed on Christianity and Judaism? Vanderkam, et al. Exciting and reliable, and thus a superb replacement for Edmund Wilson's pioneering but hysterical and hopelessly out-of- date bestseller, Scrolls from the Dead Sea. All rights reserved.

The discovery and publication of the Dead Sea Scrolls is one of the most important and controversial events in 20th-century biblical and related studies. Here, he compiles 22 articles from the pages of BAR and Bible Review dealing with the discovery of the Scrolls, the ancient community that stored them away, and their impact upon the study of the Bible, Rabbinic Judaism, and early Christianity.

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Three chapters on the controversy surrounding the publication and in many cases nonpublication of the materials round out the volume. The articles included are written by scholars but are easily accessible to lay readers.

Lankester Harding, the British director of the Jordanian Department of Antiquities, and Father Roland de Vaux, a French Dominican archeologist and biblical scholar, who found hundreds more leather manuscript fragments in it. The study of the Scrolls began in three centers.

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Sukenik, professor of Jewish archeology at Hebrew University, purchased three of the scrolls fairly intact from an Arab dealer and began immediately to arrange for their publication. Mark in Jerusalem, who entrusted them for study and publication to the American School for Oriental Research in Jerusalem.


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