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Edited by Esther G. Chazon, David Satran and Ruth A. Clements
This collection of articles dedicated to Michael E. Stone contains cutting-edge studies on apocrypha and pseudepigrapha, the Dead Sea Scrolls, early Judaism, and early Christianity.
Esther Marie Menn
This exploration of Genesis 38 in "The Testament of Judah", Targum Neofiti, and Genesis Rabbah shows how new meanings emerge through encounters between the biblical text and later Jewish communities.
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 Michael E. Stone and Esther G. Chazon
This volume explores the contribution of the Dead Sea Scrolls to understanding the use and interpretation of the Bible among different groups in antiquity; the Qumran sectari-ans and their opponents, early Christians and the rabbinic Sages.
Jonas C. Greenfield, Michael E. Stone and Ester Eshel
The fragments of Aramaic Levi Document are presented for the first time as a single coherent whole. This book, which will move the study of this pivotal document to a new level, includes original texts, translation, introduction and extensive and detailed commentary.
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