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Edited by Anthony Hilhorst, Émile Puech and Eibert Tigchelaar
This volume comprises forty-eight essays, presented by friends, colleagues and students in honour of Florentino García Martínez. The articles are primarily in the field of the Dead Sea Scrolls, but also cover many other fields of Second Temple Judaism, from late biblical texts and Septuagint up ...
Edited by Géza G. Xeravits and József Zsengellér
The volume contains essays on various problems of the early Jewish works: the Books of the Maccabees. Authors include renowned international specialists in the literature and thinking of early Judaism.
This publication on the Jewish community of Rome in ancient times provides interesting information about the development of the Jewish presence in the Capital of the Roman Empire and the cultural links this community created with the Diaspora and Eretz-Israel.
Edited by Charlotte Hempel and Judith M. Lieu
This collection of essays by a group of well-known international scholars deals with the complex and fluid ways in which biblical traditions are transmitted in a variety of contexts focusing especially on the versions, the pseudepigrapha and Qumran, and early Christian literature.
Edited by Hindy Najman and Judith H. Newman
In this Festschrift, James Kugel's creative scholarship in biblical interpretation provides the inspiration for a wide-ranging collection of essays that treat the history of Jewish and Christian scriptural interpretation from antiquity to the present
Edited by Florentino García Martínez and Gerard P. Luttikhuizen
This book studies authority and authorship in ancient Judaism, focusing on Moses, as a central figure to whom authoritative scripture is ascribed in ancient Judaism. Non-anachronistic consideration of Mosaic attribution sheds light on the intimate connection between interpretation and scripture ...
edited by Jörg Frey, Daniel R. Schwartz & Stephanie Gripentrog
The book addresses critical issues of the formation and development of Jewish identity in the late Second Temple period. How could Jewish identity be defined? What about the status of women and the image of ‘others’? And what about its ongoing influence in early Christianity?
Edited by Florentino García Martínez and Mladen Popović
This selection of papers read at the 5th meeting of the IOQS offers the explorations of the forming and defining of the identities of the group or groups behind the Dead Sea Scrolls by the foremost specialists in the field.
Offering new reconstructions and interpretations of physiognomic and astrological texts from Qumran in comparison with Babylonian and Greco-Roman texts, this book gives a fresh view of their sense, function, and status within both the Qumran community and Second Temple Judaism.
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