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Edited by Esther G. Chazon with the collaboration of Ruth A. Clements and Avital Pinnick
These essays focus on various aspects of the history of Jewish liturgy and religious practice through the lens of recently published Dead Sea Scrolls. Topics range from communal worship, fast day rituals, and lamentation to magic, mysticism and thanksgiving.
Edited by David Goodblatt, Avital Pinnick and Daniel R. Schwartz
These symposium papers focus on various aspects of Jewish history in light of the Dead Sea Scrolls, including specific topics of Jewish history and the concepts of community and covenant. A section on natural sciences and the Scrolls completes the volume.
Edited by Joseph M. Baumgarten, Esther G. Chazon and Avital Pinnick
These essays focus on various aspects of the Damascus Document, including its physical reconstruction, its relationship to other legal works in the Qumran corpus and to rabbinic law; several studies are devoted to specific legal topics and general historical perspectives.
Edited by Esther G. Chazon and Michael Stone with the collaboration of Avital Pinnick
A collection of papers on writings attributed to Enoch, Noah, Abraham, Levi, Moses, Ezekiel and Daniel. They offer fine literary studies, assess the uses of pseudonymity and anonymity in the Scrolls and rabbinic literature, and explore their theological, social and historical implications.
Edited by Shalom M. Paul, Michael E. Stone and Avital Pinnick
These volumes contain most of the papers of the late Jonas C. Greenfield written in English, with source and lexeme indexes, and is intended for scholars and students of the Ancient Near East, Aramaic, Hebrew Bible, Dead Sea Scrolls, and Semitic philology. Greenfield published numerous articles ...
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