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The full, authoritative examine consultant to 1 of the best archaeological discoveries of all time -- the lifeless Sea Scrolls.
This critical two-volume compendium of the useless Sea Scrolls comprises newly edited English translations and summaries of all biblical and nonbiblical scrolls chanced on at Qumran. Designed as a realistic reference device to facilitate fruitful examine of the Scrolls, those volumes, compiled via specialist lifeless Sea Scrolls researchers, might be a vital addition to the library of an individual attracted to the useless Sea Scrolls -- from critical students to normal readers looking trustworthy translations of those beneficial historical texts.
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Is it not Je]rusa[lem? I will reduce Samaria] 4 [to a country ruin, to a plot of vines. Blank] Its interpretation concerns the Spreader of the Lie 5 [who has misdirected the] simple. Blank Mic 1:5 What are the high places of Judah? 6 [Is it not Jerusalem? Its interpretation con]cerns the Teacher of Righteousness who 7 [teaches the law to] his [council] and to a[l]l those volunteering to join the chosen of 8 [God, observing the law] in the council of the Community, those who will be saved from the day of 9 [judgment …] … […] 10 [… As for what he says: Mic 1:6-7 I will reduce Samaria to] a country ruin 11 […] … […] Frag.
IX Col. X Col. XI Col. XII Col. XIII Isa 44:21 - 45:13 Isa 46:3 - 47:13 Isa 47:17 - 49:15 Isa 50:7 - 51:10 Isa 52:7 - 54:6 Isa 55:2 - 57:4 Isa 57:17 - 59:8 Isa 59:20 - 61:2 Isa 62:2 - 64:8 Isa 65:17 - 66:24 1Q8 (1QIsab) 1QIsaiahb D. Barthélemy, DJD I, 66-68, pl. 752 ROC 677 1QIsaa, 4Q55, 4Q56, 4Q57, 4Q58, 4Q59, 4Q60, 4Q61, 4Q62, 4Q62a, 4Q63, 4Q64, 4Q65, 4Q66, 4Q67, 4Q68, 4Q69, 4Q69a, 4Q69b, 5Q3 Part of the foregoing manuscript (1QIsab) published by Sukenik Frag. 1 Frag. 2 Frag. 3 Frag. 4 Isa 7:22 - 8:1 Isa 12:3 - 13:8 Isa 15:3 - 16:2 Isa 19:7-17 Frag.
C. VanderKam, Textual Studies, 81-88, 99 Frags. 1 - 2 (= Jub 35:8-10; 4Q223-224 Unit 2 i) 1 [… wi]th me about your death. Blank […] 2 [And she ﬂed to Isaac and said to him: One reque]st I a[s]k of you. ] 1Q19 + 1Q19bis (1QNoah) 1QBook of Noah Bibliography: K. Beyer, ATTM, 225-258; F. García Martínez, Qumran and Apocalyptic. J. T. B. Mohr, 1997) 219, 231-232 Frag. 1 1 [… and] he [w]as […] 2 […] they increased in number upon the earth and […] 3 [… because all ﬂesh had corrupted] its path on the earth […] 4 [… and] their [cry came] before God and […] 5-6 […] … […] 25 1QNoah, 1QapGen ar …] 1 Frag.