Flores Florentino: Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Early Jewish Studies in Honour of Florentino García Martínez

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Anthony Hilhorst, Émile Puech, Eibert J. C. Tigchelaar
BRILL, 2007 - Religion - 836 pages
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This volume contains forty-eight essays, presented by friends, colleagues and students from many countries, in honour of Florentino García Martínez, director of the Groningen Qumran Institute, editor-in-chief of the Journal for the Study of Judaism, and professor in Leuven. The majority of the essays are in the areas of the honoree s own scholarship and interests, including primarily Qumranica, but also many other fields of Second Temple Judaism, from late biblical texts and Septuagint up to early rabbinic writings. Florentino s own polyglottism, evident from his bibliography, and his close relations with many scholars from Southern Europe, is reflected in the inclusion of a few French, Spanish and Italian articles in this volume.
 

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Contents

Lostracon de Khirbet Qumrân KhQ19961 et une vente
1
The Nature and Aims of the Sect Known from the Dead
31
Flavio Giuseppe e la filosofia degli Esseni
53
Memoria colectiva e identidad de grupo en Qumrán
89
Nobody Dared to Add to Them to Take from Them or
105
le témoignage de
127
Qumran Readings in Agreement with the Septuagint against
141
A Qualitative Assessment of the Textual Profile of 4QSama
147
Ezekiels Utopian Expectations
403
La construction dHaman dans le livre dEsther
421
4 in Matthew 2213?
449
The Intertextual
467
Moses Father Speaks Out
491
How Should We Contextualize Pseudepigrapha? Imitation
529
El cordero de Dios en la literatura intertestamental
551
Collins io e lapocalittica o anche gli apocrifi?
569

The Textual Character of the Unique Readings of 4QSama
163
Five Surprises in the Qumran Psalms Scrolls
183
The Qumran Aramaic Texts and the Qumran Community
197
Damascus Document IV 1012
225
Some Aspects of New Jerusalem
239
The Imaginal Context and the Visionary of the Aramaic
257
Rewritten Bible as a Borderline PhenomenonGenre
285
Annotazioni su alcuni temi enochici a Qumran
307
Sobre la sintaxis verbal en el hebreo de Qumran
325
Kingdoms Compared with Similar Rewritten
345
Jérémie le prophète dans le TM et les LXX de son livre
367
Josh 101215 and the History
387
Canonical Reception of the Deuterocanonical
587
Textos fuente y textos contextuales de la narrativa
605
La parodia del rey Agripa y el escarnio del Iesus patiens
623
A Rereading of Romans
653
1 Cor 152122 1227 in their Jewish Setting
685
parábolas de un
705
Peregrinus Christian Career
729
Monism and Dualism in JewishMystical and Gnostic Ascent
749
The Prestige of Hebrew in the Christian World of Late
777
Bibliography of Florentino García Martínez
803
Index of Ancient Sources
817
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Eibert J.C. Tigchelaar, Ph.D. (1994) University of Groningen, is Professor of Religions of Western Antiquity at Florida State University. He has published extensively on the Dead Sea Scrolls, and is editor of Dead Sea Discoveries and the Journal for the Study of Judaism. Émile Puech, Ph.D. (1992) in History and Religious Anthropology, Sorbonne University, Ph.D. (1992) in Theology, Institut Catholique Paris, is Director of Research at the French National Center for Scientific Research (Paris) and Professor at the École Biblique et Archéologique Française, Jerusalem. He has published many Hebrew and Aramaic manuscripts of Cave 4 (Starcky's Lot), and is Director of Revue de Qumrân (Gabalda, Paris).Anthony Hilhorst, Ph.D. (1976) Catholic University of Nijmegen, emeritus Reader of New Testament Studies at the University of Groningen and former secretary of the Journal for the Study of Judaism, has published on the reception of Scripture and on early Christian texts, including Apocalypse of Paul (1997).

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