By David L. Washburn
Fabric from the useless Sea Scrolls appears to be like in lots of guides. whereas a lot of the corpus has now seemed within the Discoveries within the Judaean wilderness sequence, there are nonetheless fragments buried in vague journals and books that may be almost very unlikely to discover. This e-book identifies all of the passages within the Qumran records that comprise biblical textual content, either within the biblical and non-biblical scrolls. It offers particular bibliographic details, in canonical order, for finding each one passage within the released scrolls and compares every one to the traditional Hebrew and Greek models of the Hebrew Bible, noting either similarities and transformations. it really is designed to aid those that are looking to paintings with manuscripts and types to find the unique textual content of the Hebrew Bible. This paintings will attract scholars of Qumran, and either students and nonspecialists drawn to textual feedback of the Hebrew Bible. Paperback version is accessible from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org).
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4QExodb (4Ql3) DJD 12:91 Fragmentary; all non-MT readings are unique; otherwise follows MT. 4QGen-Exoda (441) DJD 12:22 Very fragmentary; follows MT. 4QGen-Exod' ( 4 4 1) DJD 12:23 Fragmentary; identical to MT. Exod 4:27-28 44158 DJD 5: 1 Loose paraphrase; of no textual value. 56 Of no textual value. E ~ o d513-14 4QExodb (4Q13) DJD 12:93-94 Fragmentary; most non-MT readings follow LXX or are unique. nh Exod 5:3-17 4QGen-Exod' (4Q 1) Follows MT Exod 6:3-6 4QExodb (4Q19) DJD 12:147 Fragmentary; follows MT Exod 6:4-21 (1 word v.
Exod 28:39-29:s 4QpalwExodm (3 letters v. 42; 1 (4422) word 29:4; 1 word 295) DJD 9: 1 16 Fragmentary; generally follows Sam. Exod 28:40-42 4QpaleoGenExod' (4Q 11) DJD 9:47 Very fragmentary; identical to MT. Exod 29:20-22 44365 DJD 13:275 Semi-paraphrase. Exod 29:20-25 (v. 4QpaleoExodm 2 1 NIR) (4422) DJD 9:117 Deliberately omits v. 21 (=Sam); generally follows MT. Exod 29:3 1-34 (1 letter v. 112 Fragmentary; follows MT. h o d 30: 12-18 (3 letters v. 12; 3 lettersv. 14; 1 complete letter v. 17) 4QpaleoExodm (4422) DJD 9: 1 19 Very fragmentary; column may omit 30:1-10 (=Sam), Exod 30:23-25 2QExod' (2Q2) DJD 3:52 Fragmentary; follows MT.
Lev 1:1-7 (NO 4 Q W (4425) c& letters v. 7) Lev I:11 4QpapLXX Levb DID 9: 169 (44120) Extremely fragmentary; of no textual value. 1 4 Q L d (4424) Fragmentary; generally follows MT with a couple of LXX readings and several unique readings. DJD 12:179 The Catalog Reference Scdi L~e&~on Commcnfs Lev 1:13-15 4QExod-Lev' ( 4 4 17) DJD 12:143 9 letters total; of no textual value Lev 1: 17-2: 1 4Q~xod-Lev' ( 4 4 17) DJD 12:143 Extremely Fragmentary; 1 LXX reading and 1 unique. Lev 2:3-5 4QpapLXX Levb DJD 9,169 (4Q 120) Extremely Fragmentary; mostly fo~lowsLXX/MT Lev 23-8?
A Catalog of Biblical Passages in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Text-Critical Studies) by David L. Washburn