Emanuel: Studies in the Hebrew Bible, the Septuagint, and by Ethel and Irvine Edelman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic

By Ethel and Irvine Edelman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies Lawrence H Schiffman PH.D., Shalom M Paul, Robert A Kraft MCSD MCT, Weston W Fields

This quantity honors the life of scholarly contribution and management of Professor Emanuel Tov, Judah L. Magnes professor of Bible on the division of Bible, the Hebrew college of Jerusalem. Colleagues from worldwide have contributed major reviews within the 3 parts of Tov’s fundamental curiosity and services: the Hebrew Bible, its Greek translations, and the useless Sea Scrolls.
This Festschrift is a becoming tribute to 1 of the generation’s top students, whose committed efforts as editor-in-chief have caused the entire booklet of the useless Sea Scrolls.

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Jacob Licht, in his important study/ noted that Milik's second blessing-that of the High Priest-is both too long (being two full columns) and, what is more significant, premature, coming as it does between the sect members and the Zadokite priests. He sought an alternate solution. He was unable to determine a definitive number or identification of the blessings beyond those that are clearly reflected in the manuscript (I, I, III, 22, and V, 20), but countered Milik by finding evidence for the blessing of the High Priest from the bottom of column IV rather than from the bottom of column I.

B. G. Wright; Scholars Press Homage Series; Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press, 1999) II-S. BIBLIOGRAPHY XXXlll 150. -M. Bogaert (ed. -M. Auwers and A. Wenin; Leuven: Leuven University Press/Peeters, 1999) 247-55. IHa. "Texts from the Judean Desert," in The SBL Handbook qf Sryle fir Ancient Near Eastern, Biblical, and Earry Christian Studies (ed. P. H. : Hendrickson, 1999) 176-233 (= Appendix F). 151. "The Greek Texts from the Judean Desert," QC 8 (1999) 161-8. 2000 lila. "4QCane-c," in E. xL· Psalms to Chronicles (DJD XVI; Oxford: Clarendon, 2000) 195-219 and plates XXIV-XXY.

I of The Dead Sea Scrolls: Hebrew, Aramaie, and Creek Texts with English Translations, ed. J. H. Charlesworth; Tübingen/Louisville: J. C. B. Mohr (Pau1 Siebeck)/Westminster John Knox, 1994), 119. 6 ABEGG all the paths of] his [truth]," compelled the author to re cast his relative dause as a full sentence, but the verb remains the same: "and he (that is, God) chose them" (Cl:J im',), followed in this instance by a prepositional phrase giving the purpose of the choosing: " ... for an eternal covenant that should endure forever" (I, 3).

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