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Volume 32 (2020)


REYMOND, Eric D., "Divergences in the Hebrew of the Scrolls: A Review of Elisha Qimron’s, A Grammar of the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scroll ," RdQ 32 (2020), 3-42
AbstractThe new grammar of the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls by Elisha Qimron presents a synthesis of this scholar’s numerous illuminating insights. Unfortunately, too many errors (e.g., inaccurate references, misreadings of Hebrew words, and imprecise language) distract from and diminish the analysis. In addition, certain linguistic features (e.g., dialect and register, misspellings due to graphic confusion) seem to be deemphasized or neglected in the study. The result is that scholars should use this resource with caution.
PUECH, Emile, "Exercices de deux scribes à Khirbet Qumrân : KhQ 161 et KhQ 2207," RdQ 32 (2020), 43-56
AbstractThis note takes up again the study of scribal exercises found at Khirbet Qumran. KhQ 161 testifies to a unique sequence of letters beginning with the second half of the 22 letters with the scribe’s signature. The remains of KhQ 2207 shows a scribe’s writing exercise with sentences of quite different matters. Both of them attest the presence of scribes experimenting with their art.
GIMSE, Ingrid Breilid, " The Post-2002 Fragments’ Dependency on Modern Editions of the Hebrew Bible ," RdQ 32 (2020), 57-78
AbstractThis article presents the results of a systematic analysis of 27 unprovenanced post-2002 “Dead Sea Scrolls” fragments, the goal of which has been to test a hypothesis of textual correspondence between fragments and modern editions of the Hebrew Bible. The hypothesis is twofold: (1) There is a line-toline layout correspondence between some fragments and modern editions of the Hebrew Bible; (2) readings suggested in the critical apparatus by the editors of the modern editions often appear to have been imported onto the fragments. The analysis confirms that six of ten fragments which were known to be modern forgeries at the time this analysis was conducted, as well as five of the remaining seventeen fragments, exhibit this feature. The article therefore illustrates that textual correspondence is in some cases a characteristic of modern forgery, and that some forgeries attest to a banal use of modern editions of the Hebrew Bible in the forgers’ fragment production.
BABOTA, Vasile, "The Sons of Zadok, the Hasmonean Royal High Priesthood, and the Book of Ezekiel," RdQ 32 (2020), 79-116
AbstractThe re-emergence of the Sons of Zadok in CD-A, and later in Da, 1QS–1QSa–1QSb, 4QFlor, and 4Qpap pIsac has generated a variety of scholarly interpretations. Many scholars have looked at the Sons of Zadok mainly in relation to the Sons of Aaron, and most often within the setting of the yaḥad. While some argued for an exile of the Zadokites from Jerusalem, many other scholars posited internal fractures within the yaḥad itself; still others proposed this appellation should not be understood in genealogical sense or even that it should be taken as a literary invent. First, this study proposes to look at the Sons of Zadok against the backdrop of Hasmonean rule. It does this by interpreting this designation in the light of Ezek 40–48 and in co-relation with other ideologies that had been imported into the DSS. As in Ezek 40–48, in the DSS the Sons of Zadok are used ideologically. The adoption of this appellation was an ideological strategy by the Zadokite scribes to further validate their two Messiah eschatology, which stipulates a separation of the high priesthood from royal office. It appears to have implied refusal to accept the authority of the Hasmonean ruler, Alexander Janneus, especially as high priest. By the same token, this designation reflects a further radicalization and self-perception of the yaḥad itself, or of significant part of it. Second, this study suggests that all these DSS derive from the same circle of scribes. Even though all, or almost all, are probably based on earlier exemplars, these scrolls appear to have been produced to be read together. The re-emergence of the Sons of Zadok in the DSS as well as probably in Sir 51:12a–o can thus tentatively be dated to the time of Janneus. Political and other changes following his death may be an explanation why the Sons of Zadok do not appear in later DSS.


TIGCHELAAR, Eibert, "Additional 4Q397 (4QMMT d) Fragments," RdQ 32 (2020), 117-120
LUTHER, Rebekka and DERSHOWITZ, Idan, "Four Unidentified Fragments from 4QJoba (4Q99)," RdQ 32 (2020), 121-128
TIGCHELAAR, Eibert, "4Q99 (4QJob) frag. 23 (Job 36:20-22)," RdQ 32 (2020), 129-134
PUECH, Emile, "Le targum de Job de la grotte 4 : 4Q157 = 4QTgJob," RdQ 32 (2020), 135-142
TIGCHELAAR, Eibert, "Filling Gaps in 4QNarrative and Poetic Composition: Another Fragment of 4Q373a ," RdQ 32 (2020), 143-148


KANTOR, Benjamin, JOOSTEN, Jan, MACHIELA, Daniel, REY, Jean-Sébastien, "The Reconfiguration of Hebrew in the Hellenistic Period: Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira at Strasbourg University, June 2014," RdQ 32 (2020), 149-150
UUSIMÄKI, Elisa, "Functions of Psalms and Prayers in the Late Second Temple Period," RdQ 32 (2020), 151-152
SCHWARTZ, Daniel R., "In Search of the Promised Land? The Hasmonean Dynasty between Biblical Models and Hellenistic Diplomacy," RdQ 32 (2020), 153-160
UEBERSCHAER, Frank, "Scribal Culture in Ben Sira," RdQ 32 (2020), 161-162
TROTTER, Jonathan R., PALMER Carmen, "Converts in the Dead Sea Scrolls: The Gēr and Mutable Ethnicity," RdQ 32 (2020), 163-164

Volume 31 (2019)


TIGCHELAAR, Eibert, "Lamentations 4:21-22 as Another Word of Consolation in 4Q176," RdQ 31 (2019), 3-9
AbstractThe correct reading and placement of 4Q176 frag. 24 shows that 4Q176 8-11 lines 16-17 contained the text of Lamentations 4:21-22. Lines 15-17 are written in a more semi-cursive script than the preceding columns, and may be witness to a secondary addition to the text of the Tanḥumim. An appendix reassigns 4Q176 frag. 40 to 4Q84.
GIRARDIN, Michaël, "Dans le quotidien du collecteur," RdQ 31 (2019), 11-49
AbstractIn this paper, I present information from the fiscal documents found in the wadi Murabba'ât. These documents are useful not only in fiscal matters, but eventually for understanding the identity of a rural Jewish community of the second century. It may be, indeed, that these fiscal documents are of interest to the historian who wants to discover the daily life of a small community, because they give evidence regarding the identity and competences of their authors, the agricultural productions, the richness and onomastic of many forgotten taxpayers, and the way the authors understood the limits between the fellow and the foreigner.
RATSON, Eshbal, "4Q208," RdQ 31 (2019), 51-110
AbstractThis paper proposes a new reconstruction of 4Q208, a copy of the Aramaic Astronomical Book of Enoch (AAB) that was preserved in 36 small fragments. The new reconstructed text demonstrates that alongside the textual continuity between 4Q208 and its later and fuller copy 4Q209, these two manuscripts also reveal textual plurality. The difference in their schemes is not merely an outcome of scribal error but seems to derive from an ongoing scientific creativity. Later Jewish astronomers adapted the spatial astronomical theory present in 4Q208 to the more accurate, and probably already sanctified, 364-day year. They also attempted to suit 4Q208’s lunar visibility scheme to reality by reversing the order of full and hollow months.
ELGVIN, Torleif , LANGLOIS, Michael, "Looking Back," RdQ 31 (2019), 111-133
AbstractThis article updates, improves and corrects the 2016 publication of Dead Sea Scrolls fragments and artefacts in The Schøyen Collection. A large number of the fragments then published are here classified as modern forgeries. The palaeographical discussion is sharpened and suggests that most of the suspicious fragments in the collection were penned by the same modern forger.
REYMOND, Eric D., "A New Hebrew Word (zlq 'Lightning') and Other New Readings in the Hebrew Manuscripts of Ben Sira (MS B: MS heb.e.62 and T-S 16.313)," RdQ 31 (2019), 169-188
AbstractThree new readings in the medieval Hebrew manuscripts of Ben Sira (Ms B: MS heb.e.62 and T-S 16.313) are described in this article. The first, זלק 'lightning (flash/bolt)' in Sir 43:13, is otherwise unknown in Hebrew and likely reflects secondary influence on the Ben Sira text from Syriac. The second, צי 'desert-dweller' or 'ship' in Sir 36:8-9, also seems likely to be secondary to the text; in this case, the word contributes to the eschatological/apocalyptic tone of its poem. The third new reading, סוגרת in Sir 36:23, is much harder to explain, but may reflect a new sense for the verb סגר , similar to that of מלא in the piel, namely, 'fill, satisfy'.
KRAUSE, Joachim J., "Whose Speech Is It Anyway?," RdQ 31 (2019), 189-208
AbstractThe highly fragmentary Qumran manuscript 4Q378, also known as 4QApocryphon of Joshuaa, features a rewritten version of the Joshua tradition as found in the books of Deuteronomy and Joshua. On frg. 3, to which the small frg. 4 may be joined, an account of the succession of Moses by Joshua is preserved. Part of this account, col. ii features a speech by a first-person plural subject which apparently is based on Josh 1:16-18, the Transjordanian tribes’ response to Joshua. While there is broad agreement as to the identification of the biblical base text, substantial problems in the interpretation of the rewritten version have yet to be discussed, including the question of who is speaking. While Devorah Dimant and Ariel Feldman have argued that the response of the Transjordanian tribes is reworked by the scribe into an address by all Israel, the present paper makes the case for the Transjordanian tribes as the subject also in the rewritten version.
ATKINS, Christopher S., "The Yahad as the Locus of Divine Presence," RdQ 31 (2019), 209-238
AbstractThe current paper offers a fresh analysis of the hermeneutics of 4Q174 (Florilegium). There is no satisfactory consensus on the organizing principle that holds the document together as a coherent whole, or whether there is an organizing principle. The oft-cited view that the theme is eschatology or 'the latter days' (אחרית הימים) is not satisfactory, for it is too broad to have interpretive value. A reevaluation of 4QFlor is needed. Beginning with the initial unit of 4QFlor I 1-13, I make the case that the polemical interpretive enterprise revolves around the authenticating presence of God in the yahad in the unfolding eschatological drama, and that the creative contribution of 4QFlor is its defense of the yahad as the locus of divine presence. 4QFlor stems from reflection on the yahad’s typologically-exilic experience and gives witness to the yahad’s polemic against the Jerusalem temple cult. The interpretive approach is functionally divinatory and formally deictic.
MIZRAHI, Noam , PATMORE, Hector M., "Three Philological Notes on Demonological Terminology in the Songs of the Sage (4Q510 1 4-6)," RdQ 31 (2019), 239-250
AbstractThis paper discusses demonological terms occurring in the Songs of the Sage (4Q510 1 4-6, with special attention to line 5), which are all derived from an exegetical conflation of Isa 13:21-22 and 34:14, also recorded in rabbinic demonology. Based on the orthographic conventions of Qumran Hebrew, it is argued that the reading שד אים should be preferred over שדאים and interpreted as comprising two different terms. It is further argued that אים is to be understood as a phonetic spelling of MT’s אִיִּים (occurring in both Isa 13:22 and 34:14), while שֵׁד is the Aramaic counterpart of שָׂעִיר (in the singular, as occurring in Isa 34:14), in accordance to a tradition that is independently documented in Targum Jonathan.
JACOBUS, Helen R., "Reconstructing the Calendar of 4Q208-4Q209 (and a Response to Eshbal Ratzon)," RdQ 31 (2019), 251-273
AbstractThis study mathematically reconstructs 4QAstronomical Enocha-b ar (4Q208-4Q209) in detail. The findings challenge the recently proposed reconstruction of 4Q209 by Eshbal Ratzon as a full triennial cycle (with a synchronized lunar and solar year), known from the Judean Hebrew calendrical texts found in Qumran (in contrast to Milik’s proposal that the texts represented the first year of a triennial cycle). This reconstruction demonstrates that the Aramaic fragments more accurately match one single synchronized year which is not connected with a triennial cycle. It identifies the placement of certain fragments containing relevant data according to a scheme founded on contemporaneous ancient astronomy in the region and that of another Qumran Aramaic calendrical text. The study finds that the Aramaic calendar of 4Q208-4Q209 should be analyzed on its own terms.


PUECH, Émile, "«Tous les peuples, fils de Seth» et «la vision de la médiation» en 4Q417 1 I 15-16," RdQ 31 (2019), 135-143
HIMBAZA, Innocent, "Leviticus 26:6 in the Mur/ḤevLev Manuscript," RdQ 31 (2019), 145-152
NATI, James, "Addendum to 'New Readings in 4Q256 (4QSb)'," RdQ 31 (2019), 153-153
TIGCHELAAR, Eibert, "Identification of 4Q56 (4QIsab) Fragments," RdQ 31 (2019), 275-281
KISTER, Menahem, "An Apocalyptic Phrase in 4QPseudo-Ezekiel and in 1 Thess 5:3a," RdQ 31 (2019), 283-290
FELDMAN, Ariel , FELDMAN, Faina, "Is Mur 5 a Mezuzah?," RdQ 31 (2019), 291-293
TIGCHELAAR, Eibert, "The Final Words of Proverbs 14:33-35," RdQ 31 (2019), 299-301
PUECH, Émile, "Fragments des livres de Josué et des Chroniques dans la Grotte 4, 4Q47a et 4Q118 2-3?," RdQ 31 (2019), 303-305
PERROT, Antony, " Identification d'un fragment en paléo-hébreu (4Q124) et d'un fragment en écriture cryptique B (4Q362) de la PAM 43.697," RdQ 31 (2019), 307-312
TIGCHELAAR, Eibert, "Identifications of Qumran Cave 4 Fragments on PAM 43.691," RdQ 31 (2019), 313-320


REYMOND, Eric D., "Texts and Contexts of the Book of Sirach / Texte und Kontexte des Sirachbuches," RdQ 31 (2019), 155-156
REYMOND, Eric D., "Evil in Second Temple Judaism and Early Christianity," RdQ 31 (2019), 157-158
REYMOND, Eric D., "The War Scroll, Violence, War and Peace in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Litereature: Essays in Honour of Martin G. Abegg on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday ," RdQ 31 (2019), 159-159
ECKHARDT, Benedikt, "Secret Groups in Ancient Judaism ," RdQ 31 (2019), 160-161
WERRETT, Ian, "Scribal Laws: Exegetical Variation in the Textual Transmission of Biblical Law in the Late Second Temple Period ," RdQ 31 (2019), 162-164
GOFF, Matthew, "Jesus, Paulus und die Texte von Qumran ," RdQ 31 (2019), 165-165
REYMOND, Eric D., "Hebräisches und Aramäisches Wörterbuch zu den Texten vom Toten Meer: Einschließlich der Manuskripte aus der Kairoer Geniza ," RdQ 31 (2019), 321-322
SCHMIDT, A. Jordan, "“With All Your Soul Fear the Lord” (Sir. 7:27): Collected Essays on the Book of Ben Sira II ," RdQ 31 (2019), 323-324
HOLST, Søren, "The Literary Growth of the Song of Songs during the Hasmonean and Early-Herodian Periods," RdQ 31 (2019), 325-326
SCHMIDT, A. Jordan, "Figures Who Shape Scriptures, Scriptures that Shape Figures: Essays in Honor of Benjamin G. Wright III," RdQ 31 (2019), 327-329
ZUCKIER, Sholmo, "Qumran Interpretation of the Genesis Flood," RdQ 31 (2019), 330-333

Volume 30 (2018)


PUECH, Émile, "L'attente du retour d'Élie dans l'Ancien Testament et les écrits péritestamentaires," RdQ 30 (2018), 3-26
AbstractThis note attemps to trace the expectations of the return of Prophet Elijah in the Old Testament and in the peri-testamental writings. It shows that the Prophet taken up to heaven must come back to prepare the Day of Judgment, Elijah redivivus. This expectation became more clear in ancient Judaism and particularly in the Essene compositions which describe the coming of the Prophet preceding that of the two Messiahs.
KRAUSE, Andrew R., "Performing the Eschaton," RdQ 30 (2018), 27-46
AbstractFrom the earliest periods in the study of the War Scroll (1QM), scholars have noted clear liturgical elements. Subsequent generic discussion has revolved around whether this long and well-preserved text was intended as a liturgical handbook or a manual for an eschatological battle with the enemies of the Qumran Movement. But why must we choose one or the other, even at the level of individual passages? This text not only evinces direct adjuration practices (e.g., curses in column XIII) and non-prophylactic elements such as ritual choreography, it conceived of its ritual space in a way that corresponds with what we find in other rites of affliction from Qumran. This movement already believed that its liturgical life found its performative context in the apocalyptically-defined presence of angels and the divine, so liturgical warfare at their sides should be at least considered. Thus, battling with spiritual and political forces through prayer and liturgy was not merely a future goal and activity, but rather something to be enacted regularly and in a manner that is congruent with the movement’s apotropaic practices. Such designation will also help to clarify the means and methods of Qumran apotropaic practice, in other rites of affliction.
DIMANT, Devorah, "Mother of Jacob and Mother of Tobiah," RdQ 30 (2018), 47-63
AbstractThe parallelism found between two particular passages in Jubilees and Tobit is of special interest. It concerns the great similarity between the description of Rebecca’s sorrow on Jacob’s departure to Padan Aram, and Isaac’s attempt to console her (Jub. 27:13-18), and the sorrow of Hannah, the mother of Tobiah, upon his departure on his journey to Media, and Tobi’s act of consoling her (Tob 5:18-23). The article analyzes in detail their underlying narrative structure and compares it with their possible source in 4Q364 3 ii, a fragment from the Qumranic Reworked Pentateuch. For this purpose 4Q364 3 ii is presented, translated and commented upon.
REY, Jean-Sébastien , DHONT, Marieke , MARTONE, Corrado, "Textual Plurality beyond the Biblical Texts," RdQ 30 (2018), 127-130
A Cautionary Tale, "Textual Plurality and Textual Reconstructions," RdQ 30 (2018), 131-140
AbstractThe Qumran texts show a great plurality of textual traditions and an even greater fluidity in the mode of transmission of these traditions. This holds true for both the texts which will be later part of a canon (the so-called 'biblical' texts) and for those that will not have the same fate (the so-called 'para-' and 'non-biblical' texts). This situation makes the task of reconstructing fragmentary, oftentimes very fragmentary texts difficult and risky. The present paper will present a number of examples aiming to show the possible pitfalls of reconstructions of texts stemming from a not uniform tradition, because variants may always be '‘hiding themselves’ in the lacunae' (F.M. Cross).
BROOKE, George J., "Textual Plurality in the Pesharim," RdQ 30 (2018), 143-157
AbstractThis paper argues against the idea that any of the pesharim are textual autographs. Plurality will be demonstrated in four ways. First, the demonstration will be made through discussion of the ways in which the lemmata and comments in the pesharim both in various ways indicate an ongoing awareness and use of textual pluralism. Second, the textual pluralism of the pesharim themselves will be highlighted through attention to the internal developments within some of the pesharim - diachronic plurality. Third, textual pluralism will be underlined through describing the examples where there is more than one commentary on the same scriptural base text - synchronic plurality. Fourth, attention will be given to the commentaries on Isaiah, Hosea and the Psalms to underline the diversity and plurality of the evidence.
GOLDMAN, Liora, "Textual Variants and Pesher Exegesis in the Damascus Document," RdQ 30 (2018), 159-171
AbstractAn analysis of interpretations of scriptural quotations interwoven into the Admonitions in the Damascus Document reveals that the author employed pesher exegesis built on variant versions of prophetic verses. Exegetical hints the author has left in the work prove that he was familiar with different variants and capitalized on them to enrich his interpretations. This pesher technique is well-known from the continuous pesharim, and its occurrence in the Damascus Document provides more evidence as to the close connection between the Admonitions of the Damascus Document and pesher literature.
HARTOG, Pieter B., "Textual Fixity and Fluidity in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods," RdQ 30 (2018), 173-190
AbstractThis article discusses the concepts of textual fluidity and fixity as social constructs by comparing commentaries on Homer and the Hebrew Bible from the Hellenistic and Roman periods. I argue that the quest for textual fixity in Hellenistic scholarship of the Iliad and the Odyssey reflects the political context in which this scholarly tradition arose and served as a literary counterpart to the stone monuments erected by the Ptolemaic kings. In contrast, the textual fluidity of the Jewish Scriptures as reflected in the Qumran commentaries emphasises the malleability of the Jewish Scriptures. Rather than literary monuments tied to a political centre, the Jewish Scriptures in the pesharim become resilient writings, which could be read in ever-new ways to make sense of the quickly changing world in which the Pesher commentators found themselves. Thus, in the ancient world, the presentation of particular texts as either fixed or fluid was not a neutral decision, but reflected the aims of textual communities and how they construed the texts that were central to them.
MONGER, Matthew P., "The Many Forms of Jubilees," RdQ 30 (2018), 191-211
AbstractThe diverse collection of material related to Jubilees found at Qumran suggests that the work did not have a single textual or literary form in the late Second Temple period. Fragments of manuscripts of a variety of sizes and styles are preserved at Qumran, and from this cluster of Jubilees related manuscripts there are several parallels that can be seen to the later lines of transmission. One line of transmission is a coherent book that narrates the events from creation to the Exodus, mostly known through the Ethiopic Jubilees manuscripts. Other lines of transmission, however, do not include the whole book, but only select passages. This paper is an initial attempt to formulate a theory of these different lines of the transmission into the various contexts in which they are found today, and further explain the abundance of smaller manuscripts continuing text from Jubilees found at Qumran.
SEGAL, Michael, "Reconsidering the Relationship(s) between 4Q365, 4Q365a, and the Temple Scroll," RdQ 30 (2018), 213-233
AbstractOver the last two decades, the scrolls that are generally known as 4QReworked Pentateuch (4Q158; 364-367) have been major catalysts for discussions regarding the textual plurality of the Hebrew Bible. The current study focuses on 4Q365 (published as 4QRPc) and 4Q365a, an additional five fragments, which John Strugnell had originally included as part of this scroll, but were separated off and published under the title 4QTemple(?) by Emanuel Tov and Sidnie White in DJD 13. Following a number of recent studies, and Strugnell’s original classification, it is argued here that 4Q365 and 4Q365a are fragments of the same composition, which is assigned the siglum 4Q365+. The conclusion that these two scrolls are really one raises the question of the nature of this text, and its relationship to the Pentateuch on the one hand and the Temple Scroll on the other. A number of recent studies have suggested that 4Q365+ served as a source for the Temple Scroll. This study presents a careful textual analysis of the parallel passages in the two compositions, focusing primarily on the 'wood offering' festival (4Q365 23; 11QTa XXIII). It is suggested that the additional material in the 4Q fragment is the combination of the author’s interpretation of Neh 10:33-35 (lines 4-8) and a passage copied from 11QT (lines 9-11). 4Q365+ is therefore dependent on the Temple Scroll, and not vice versa. According to this reconstruction, Lev 23 was further developed in the Temple Scroll, which then in turn reinfluenced the version of Lev 23 in 4Q365+. The implications of this conclusion on the nature of 4Q365+ are briefly discussed. The study concludes with reference to a few similar phenomenological parallels to this textual dynamic.
PUECH, Émile, "Le Cantique d'action de grâce du pauvre à Dieu sauveur en 4Q491 11 et les parallèles," RdQ 30 (2018), 235-264
AbstractL’hymne d’action de grâces 4Q491 11 appartient au rouleau de la Règle de la Guerre à la suite de l’éditeur. C’est un hymne d’action de grâces au Dieu sauveur en faveur d’un individu et de son groupe suite à un retournement de situation en leur faveur. L’auteur à qui Dieu a révélé la connaissance des mystères divins en est l’interprète pour sa communauté. Cette composition du Maître qui a fait l’expérience du mépris tel le Serviteur de Dieu, demande aux disciples de rendre grâces pour les mystères révélés et la promesse de siéger dans la gloire en compagnie des anges s’ils persévèrent dans le chemin de perfection. Bien qu’incomplète, la copie de l’hymne en 4Q491 11 comprend deux parties distinctes, alors que les copies de l’hymne en 1QHa xxv-xxvii et les parallèles de la grotte 4 sont une reprise de ce même thème mais d’un seul tenant, où un disciple confirme l’enseignement reçu du Maître, tel le nouveau Moïse, qui sera intronisé comme le bien-aimé du roi dans la gloire dans la congrégation sainte en compagnie des anges. Les disciples comme le Maître sont appelés à cette même glorification céleste comme récompense eschatologique lors de la visite divine. L’hymne par un disciple en 1QHa et les parallèles tirant son inspiration directe de l’hymne du Maître en 4Q491 11 suppose la croyance en la résurrection affirmée dans d’autres compositions esséniennes comme entrée dans la gloire en compagnie des anges.
KISTER, Menahem, "Textual Growth, Midrash, and Anthropology in CD A 4:12-5:19," RdQ 30 (2018), 265-292
AbstractThe article deals with several levels of CD A 4:12-5:19 and related texts. A textual scrutiny of this passage reveals the emergence of textual pluriformity as well as dimensions of the conception of the holy spirit. The author argues that two recensions of the Damascus Document were merged together in this passage. These recensions share the same phraseological framework, but not necessarily the content. It can be demonstrated that CD 5:6-7 and 5:11-12 are two variant elaborations of one biblical passage, Lev 20:25-26. These verses were interpreted as related to the holy spirit dwelling within human beings as if in God’s Sanctuary. The elusive conception of the indwelling holy spirit is discussed. Some dimensions of it are illuminated by passages in Christian and rabbinic literature (including Paul, Hermas, rabbinic midrash, and the Hebrew Testament of Naphtali) as well as a tiny Qumran fragment (4Q446 3). The holy spirit in these passages is a liminal entity between the divine and the human self, the component of human beings that belongs to the divine realm, either in related to Adam’s creation (Gen 2:7) or to the eschatological recreation (Ezek 36:25-27).
JOOSTEN, Jan, "Textual Plurality at the Margins of Biblical Texts," RdQ 30 (2018), 293-307
AbstractThe 'miscellanies' appended to 3 Rgs (1 Kgs) 2:35, 46 in the Septuagint stand on the borderline between what can be considered biblical and extra-biblical texts: they are missing in all other witnesses, they are manifestly secondary in their respective contexts, and they exhibit many features typical of midrash and rewritten bible. In the present paper it is argued that the Miscellanies were introduced at the end of 3 Rgs/1 Kgs 2 at a time when this chapter formed the conclusion of a book of Samuel that did not continue into the book of Kings. In this way the Miscellanies show once again that book ends often provide evidence for different editions of 'biblical' books. Such editions continued to exist side-by-side for centuries.


PARRY, Donald W., "Were there Two Copies of Genesis in Qumran Cave 2?," RdQ 30 (2018), 65-68
NATI, James, "New Readings in 4Q256 (4QSb)," RdQ 30 (2018), 69-77
NATI, James, "Moses's Song in 11QMelchizedek?," RdQ 30 (2018), 79-84
PUECH, Émile, "La préséance du messie prêtre en 1QSa II 11-22," RdQ 30 (2018), 85-89
ABLEMAN, Oren, "Newly Identified Pentateuchal Fragments," RdQ 30 (2018), 91-100


UUSIMÄKI, Elisa , "Vulnerability and Valour: A Gendered Analysis of Everyday Life in the Dead Sea Scrolls Communities ," RdQ 30 (2018), 101-102
FLOWERS, Michael, "Jesus, the Essenes, and Christian Origins: New Light on Ancient Texts and Communities ," RdQ 30 (2018), 103-104
QUANT, John F., "Leviticus at Qumran ," RdQ 30 (2018), 105-107
TROTTER,Jonathan R., "Resurrection of the Dead in Early Judaism, 200 BCE– CE 200," RdQ 30 (2018), 108-108
RAVASCO, Andrea, "Leviticus at Qumran ," RdQ 30 (2018), 109-111
ANGEL, Joseph L., "Turning Proverbs towards Torah: An Analysis of 4Q525," RdQ 30 (2018), 112-114
BHAYRO, Siam, "Ancient Tales of Giants from Qumran and Turfan: Contexts, Traditions, and Influence.," RdQ 30 (2018), 115-116
LEROY, Christine, "Tracing Sapiential Traditions in Ancient Israel," RdQ 30 (2018), 117-117
MARTONE, Corrado, "Archivio di Babatha. Vol. 1: Testi greci e ketubbah," RdQ 30 (2018), 118-119
FLANNERY, Frances L., "The Dynamics of Dream-Vision Revelation in the Aramaic Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 30 (2018), 120-121
BALLA, Ibolya, "Texte und Kontexte des Sirachbuchs: Gesammelte Studien zu Ben Sira und zur frühjüdischen Weisheit," RdQ 30 (2018), 122-124
UUSIMÄKI, Elisa, "Meaning and Context in the Thanksgiving Hymns: Linguistic and Rhetorical Perspectives on a Collection of Prayers from Qumran," RdQ 30 (2018), 125-130

Volume 29 (2017)


WOLD, Benjamin, "Is the 'Firstborn Son' in 4Q369 a Messiah?," RdQ 29 (2017), 3-20
AbstractThe 'firstborn son' in 4Q369 1 ii line 6 is interpreted by the vast majority of scholars as referring to a Davidic Messiah vis-à-vis an allusion to Psalm 89:27-28. The minority view is that 'firstborn son' in 4Q369 refers to 'Israel', which is supported by multiple attestations to such a tradition in early Jewish literature. However, neither side in this debate have assessed the significance of 'firstborn son' in 4QInstruction to determine what significance, if any, there may be for understanding 4Q369. This study argues that 4QInstruction uses the expression 'firstborn son' in relationship to God and when this conclusion is set in conversation with 4Q369 1 ii it problematizes the identification of an allusion to Psalm 89:27-28 and, therefore, a reference to a Messiah.
BEN-DOV, Jonathan , STÖKL BEN EZRA, Daniel , GAYER, Asaf, "Reconstruction of a Single Copy of the Qumran Cave 4 Cryptic-Script Serekh haEdah," RdQ 29 (2017), 21-77
AbstractWe offer an edition of fourteen fragments in cryptic A script, reconstructed into a single copy of the Cave 4 Serekh haEdah scroll. We assign to this scroll the designation 4Q249a pap cryptA Serekh haEdah (henceforth 4QSE). Together with new readings based on images kindly supplied by the Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library, we suggest new joins and a fresh configuration of the fragments. The rigorous methodology whereby these fourteen fragments (4Q249a 1-14) were selected is outlined; other fragments previously attributed to 4Q249a-i are treated as additional fragments (designated herein 4Q249a A-I). While three of the latter probably also belong to 4Q249a, we only include those whose identity is absolutely certain. Following the reconstruction of the five columns of 4QSE, we deal with the text-critical implications of the fourteen clearly-identified fragments for Serekh haEdah.
BIRENBOIM, Hannan, "The Ordination of the High Priest and the Consecration Days in the Temple Scroll," RdQ 29 (2017), 79-104
AbstractIn the Temple Scroll, adjacent to the commandment to observe the annual Consecration Days in the first month, there is a description of the high priest’s ritual, which includes sacrificial offerings. Many scholars have debated the nature of this ritual and the connection between it and the Consecration Days. In this article I will argue that, based on Eezek 45, the Scroll’s author establishes a Temple purification rite on the first of the first month, in which the altar of burnt offering is to be purified, whenever a new high priest is appointed.
ZUCKIER, Shlomo, "Is CD a Reliable Witness to Qumran's Damascus Document?," RdQ 29 (2017), 165-183
AbstractThis paper examines the important six word phrase in CD III 16 פתח לפניהם ויחפרו באר למים רבים, noting its syntactic, contextual, and literary problems, and makes the case that this phrase is a later accretion to the text. It then suggests that this insertion may originate in the medieval period, and offers an alternate meaning of the six words. Such a finding would complicate the standard use of the Cairo Damascus Document as a source for the Damascus Document as it appeared at Qumran.
The Case of the Temple Scroll, "Beyond 'Qumran Scribal Practice'," RdQ 29 (2017), 185-203
AbstractWhile Emanuel Tov’s theory of a 'Qumran Scribal Practice' (QSP) calls valuable attention to the signifance of the scribal aspects of the Qumran manuscripts, it does not attempt to explain the diversity of scribal practice even within the group of texts he identifies as written according to QSP. This paper uses the manuscripts of the Temple Scroll as the basis for considering possible influences on the scribal practices attested in individual manuscripts. The preservation of the Temple Scroll in several manuscript copies, as well as the production of one of these copies, 11Q20, by a known scribe, the copyist of 1QpHab, provides important data for examining the role of a scribe’s Vorlage and individual training, as well as factors such as genre and status, on scribal practice. The investigation undertaken here shows that the theory of a Qumran Scribal Practice, as formulated by Tov, can profitably be nuanced and refined by considering small subsets of the Qumran corpus.
Sira 48,1-14 dans le manuscrit B et les parallèles, "Élie et Élisée dans l'Éloge des Pères," RdQ 29 (2017), 205-218
AbstractThis note takes up the reading of the Hebrew manuscript B from the Cairo Geniza, and, comparing it to the Greek and Syriac translations, proposes a text approaching the original.
MILLER, Shem, "Multiformity of Stichographic Systems in the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 29 (2017), 219-245
AbstractIn this article, I argue for an improved taxonomy of stichographic 'systems' that more accurately represents the multiformity exhibited by stichographic texts. I point out several misidentifications in editiones principes or in E. Tov’s surveys, and I suggest revisions for the following scrolls: 1QDeutb (1Q5), 1QPsa (1Q10), 4QpaleoDeutr (4Q45), 4QPsb (4Q84), 4QPsc (4Q85), 4QProvb (4Q103), 5QPs (5Q5), 4QProvc (4Q103a), 4QJoba (4Q99), 4QpaleoJobc (4Q101), 5QLamb (5Q7), Messianic Apocalypse (4Q521), and Hymnic Composition (1Q38). Additionally, I propose three hitherto unidentified stichographic sections in 4QJobb (4Q100), Instruction-like Work (4Q424), and Beatitudes (4Q525). Overall, these data suggest that Tov’s three main stichographic systems should be nuanced and broadened to reflect a greater degree of irregularity and variety.
GEIGER, Gregor, "Die Doppelurkunden aus der Judäischen Wüste," RdQ 29 (2017), 247-279
AbstractThe article describes the double documents from the Judaean Desert, on the one hand their material conditions and their lay out, on the other hand the relationship between the upper (inner) and the lower (outer) texts. There are three different forms: two widely identical texts, written one below the other on one side of a sheet; two such texts the first of which starts on the back of the sheet; and, third, documents with a noticeably shortened upper text. The upper text is often less carefully written. Both the lay out and some of the differences between the two texts point to the conclusion that the upper text was written first, while the lower text was copied from the upper one.


BLUMELL, Lincoln H., "A Proposal for a New LXX Text among the Cave 7 Fragments," RdQ 29 (2017), 105-117
PUECH, Émile, "Les fragments de papyrus 7Q6 1-2, 7Q9 et 7Q7 = pap7QLXXDt," RdQ 29 (2017), 119-127
NATI, James, "New Readings in 4Q118 I (4QChronicles) and a Parallel at 4Q381 31 (4QNon-Canonical Psalms B)," RdQ 29 (2017), 129-138
FIDANZIO, Marcello, "De nouvelles découvertes dans la grotte XII/53 (12?) à Qumrân," RdQ 29 (2017), 139-144
FIDANZIO, Marcello, "De nouvelles découvertes dans la grotte XII/53 (12?) à Qumrân," RdQ 29 (2017), 139-144
TIGCHELAAR, Eibert, "The Yadin Qumran Fragment XQ5B (XQText B) Identified as a Fragment of 4Q285 (4QSefer ha-Milḥamah)," RdQ 29 (2017), 281-286


ZAHN, Molly M., "Scripture and Interpretation: Qumran Texts that Rework the Bible - The Rewritten Joshua Scrolls from Qumran: Texts, Translations, and Commentary. - The Dead Sea Scrolls Rewriting Samuel and Kings: Texts and Commentary," RdQ 29 (2017), 145-148
REY, Jean-Sébastien, "Prayer and Poetry in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature. Essays in Honor of Eileen Schuller on the Occasion of Her 65th Birthday.," RdQ 29 (2017), 149-152
PUECH, Emile, "Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment in the Museum Collection," RdQ 29 (2017), 153-155
ZEWI, Tamar, "Judean Hebrew: The Language of the Hebrew Documents from Judea between the First and Second Revolts," RdQ 29 (2017), 156-158
RAVASCO, Andrea, "Tradition, Transmission, and Transformation from Second Temple Literature through Judaism and Christianity in Late Antiquity," RdQ 29 (2017), 159-160
PUECH, Emile, "Fouilles du P. Roland de Vaux. IIIA — L’archéologie de Qumrân. Reconsidération de l’interprétation. Les installations périphériques de Khirbet Qumrân ," RdQ 29 (2017), 287-313
TIGCHELAAR, Eibert, "Gleanings from the Caves: Dead Sea Scrolls and Artefacts from The Schøyen Collection," RdQ 29 (2017), 314-321
SHEINFELD, Shayna, "Losing the Temple and Recovering the Future: An Analysis of 4 Ezra," RdQ 29 (2017), 322-323
REYMOND, Eric D., "Die Phylakterien von Qumran (4Q128.129.135.137) aus der Heidelberger Papyrussamlung ," RdQ 29 (2017), 324-326

Volume 28 (2016)


Andrew B. Perrin, "Remembering Peter W. Flint," RdQ 28 (2016), 153-156

David Rothstein, "A Textual History of Deuteronomy 11:4a and its Place in Traditions of the Reed Sea / Crossing," RdQ 28 (2016), 157-174
AbstractThe discovery of the biblical scrolls at Qumran has revolutionized scholars’ understanding of the textual history of the Hebrew Bible. Many textual variants that were previously attested only in the ancient translations or relatively late Jewish literary sources are now known to have been present in Hebrew Vorlagen of the Second Temple period. As recent studies have demonstrated, even where an Ur-form of a given text may be plausibly posited, this fact in no way mitigates the importance of understanding the significance of a textual “variant’s” (possible) meanings and it impact upon those communities preserving the reading. The present essay addresses one such variant. Specifically, it examines the active and personified nature of the Reed Sea, as reflected in the reading of Deut 11:4 preserved in several post-biblical sources, and addresses the relationship between this textual datum and other biblical and postbiblical traditions of the Reed Sea crossing.
Jeremy Penner, "The Words of the Luminaries as a Meditation on the Exile," RdQ 28 (2016), 175-190
AbstractThe Words of the Luminaries is a weekly liturgy that surveys Israel’s history from creation to the Babylonian exile. The impression gained from the extant material, however, is that within this historical survey the author tends to emphasize the exodus and subsequent wilderness wandering while glossing over stories from the period of the Patriarchs and Judges. The reason why is because of the typological richness of these stories and their pertinence for contemporary times: the exodus is a story of redemption, rebellion, and spiritual discipline, and as such a malleable paradigm in which to fit Israel’s current state of perceived exile and in which the need for penitential prayer is contextualized. This article will focus primarily on the use of scripture related to Israel’s experience of the exodus and wilderness to demonstrate that the author has artistically woven together a number of scriptural passages tied to these episodes in Israel’s history to craft an extended meditation on the exile and its present-day effects, and to demonstrate that God continues to fulfill scriptural promises to Israel in spite of these exilic difficulties.
Dominik Helms, "Jes 6,8–13 in 1QJesa," RdQ 28 (2016), 191-214
AbstractThe prophet Isaiah is sent to harden the Israelites’ heart. In the history of its interpretation, Is 6,9f. has raised a number of serious theological questions. The present study focusses on its representation in the manuscripts of the Dead Sea Scrolls, notably the great Isaiah-Scroll (1QIsaa VI 1–10). The analysis shows that some of the differences are not confined to the level of orthography and phonetics but have considerable implications for the understanding of the text. Following this presumption, the text attests to a different proposition. It shows the dissociation of Yachad and the authorities of the temple in Jerusalem. 1QIsaa VI 1–10 bears witness to an inner Jewish reception of Isaiah’s prophecy that gives expression to the self-conception of the group.
Rachel Hachlili, "Communal Meals at Qumran Revisited," RdQ 28 (2016), 215-256
AbstractThe communal meal at Khirbet Qumran was an attested practice, based on these factors: the two large ceramic assemblages found in pantries L89 and L114, and the animal bone deposits found within ceramic vessels, scattered in spaces between or outside buildings all over the site. This paper will inspect both the archaeological evidence for the existence of the communal meals at Khirbet Qumran and the period of time during which they took place.
Justin L. Pannkuk, "Are there למשכיל Sections in the Hodayot? Evidence from Cave 4," RdQ 28 (2016), 3-13
AbstractThis essay evaluates a proposal that one comes across in much of the secondary literature on the Hodayot: namely, that the collection of hymns preserved in 1QHa is comprised of smaller sets or groups that are each demarcated by a למשכיל heading. This proposal is examined in light of the comparative evidence for the arrangement of hymns in the Cave 4 manuscripts, especially 4QHa (4Q427) and 4QHe (4Q431). The analysis shows that the proposed למשכיל groups from 1QHa fail to obtain across the Cave 4 manuscripts, and it is suggested instead that the למשכיל incipits simply served as headings for the particular hymns with which they are paired.
Dennis Mizzi, "On the Meaning/s of טמאת האדם in the Damascus Document: A Textual Excavation of CD XII, 15b–17a," RdQ 28 (2016), 15-44
AbstractFor a passage that comprises a mere two lines, CD XII, 15b–17a has generated a considerable amount of scholarly literature. Its text has been amended a number of times, and its history of interpretation is characterized by a fluctuation of ideas. Depending on how it is read, this passage could potentially shed light on issues such as corpse impurity, the (im)purity of materials, and terminology pertaining to ritual uncleanness in the Damascus Document and the wider movement in which it was read. This paper analyses in detail the philological, literary, and socio-cultural context of CD XII, 15b–17a, with a particular focus on the meaning/s of the designation טמאת האדם , which is the key to understanding this passage. The conclusion is that, most likely, טמאת האדם refers to ritual impurity in general and not specifically to corpse impurity, the latter being the interpretation of the majority of commentators. In the process, this analysis contributes, by way of a practical example, a conceptual framework pertinent to lexicographical work on the Dead Sea Scrolls and highlights the challenges we must deal with when we attempt to explicate the meaning of certain lexical items in the Scrolls.
Émile Puech, "Les manuscrits de Qumrân inspirés du livre de Josué : 4Q378, 4Q379, 4Q175, 4Q522, 5Q9 et Mas1039-211," RdQ 28 (2016), 45-116
AbstractThe note proposes a new collation of the fragments of Hebrew manuscripts rewriting the Book of Joshua found at Qumran and Masada: 4Q378, 4Q379, 4Q175, 4Q522, 5Q9, and Mas1039-211. Their identification as copies of either the same original or different originals as well as the milieu of their author(s) depends mainly on their reading.
Kengo Akiyama, "The gēr in the Damascus Document: A Rejoinder," RdQ 28 (2016), 117-126
AbstractThis article responds to the recent proposal that the גר in the Damascus Document is a legal-rhetorical fiction. After summarising the argument for the fictitious גר , the article identifies three underlying assumptions and evaluates them in the light of wider and more recent discussions in Qumranology. It is argued that the “synchronic” reading of the sectarian texts are problematic and that it falls prey to over-harmonisation of evidence. It would be better to interpret the diverging attitudes towards the גר in the Dead Sea Scrolls as emanating from different communities or time periods, especially in the light of the recent move towards positing multiple communities behind the Scrolls.


Shira J. GOLANI, "New Light and some Reflections on the List of False Prophets (4Q339)," RdQ 28 (2016), 257-266
Pieter B. Hartog, "Interlinear Additions and Literary Development in 4Q163/Pesher Isaiah C, 4Q169/Pesher Nahum, and 4Q171/Pesher Psalms A," RdQ 28 (2016), 267-278
Andrew G. Daniel, "A New Reading of Genesis Apocryphon (1Q20) 20.10: Syntax, Semantics and Literary Function," RdQ 28 (2016), 279-286
Eric D. Reymond, "New Readings in Ben Sira 40:9-49:11 Ms B (MS.Heb.e.62 and Or. 1102)," RdQ 28 (2016), 127-140


Emile PUECH, "Review: Elisha Qimron, The Dead Sea Scrolls. The Hebrew Writings, Volume Three," RdQ 28 (2016), 287-294
James Nati, "Review: Mika S. Pajunen, The Land to the Elect and Justice for All: Reading Psalms in the Dead Sea Scrolls in Light of 4Q381," RdQ 28 (2016), 295-296
Jonathan R. Trotter, "Review: Ari Mermelstein, Creation, Covenant, and the Beginnings of Judaism: Reconceiving Historical Time in the Second Temple Period," RdQ 28 (2016), 297-298
Michael Peach, "Review: Janusz Kucicki. Eschatology of the Thessalonian Correspondence: A Comparative Study of 1 Thess. 4:13-5:11 and 2 Thess. 2:1-12 to the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha," RdQ 28 (2016), 298-301
Jonathan Kaplan, "Review: Alex P. Jassen, Scripture and Law in the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 28 (2016), 301-304
Aaron D. Hornkohl, "Review: Ken M. Penner, The Verbal System of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Tense, Aspect, and Modality in Qumran Hebrew Texts," RdQ 28 (2016), 304-309
Atar Livneh, "Review: Betsy Halpern-Amaru, The Perspective from Mt. Sinai: The Book of Jubilees and Exodus," RdQ 28 (2016), 304-309
Fricker, Denis, "Review: Th. Kazen, Scripture, Interpretation, or Authority?: Motives and Arguments in Jesus’ Halakic Conflicts," RdQ 28 (2016), 141-143
Stadel, Christian, "Review: Edward M. Cook, Dictionary of Qumran Aramaic," RdQ 28 (2016), 144-145
Hornkohl, Aaron D. , "Review: Eric D. Reymond, Qumran Hebrew: An Overview of Orthography, Phonology, and Morphology," RdQ 28 (2016), 146-148
Tomson, Peter J., "Review: Jean-Sébastien Rey (ed.), The Dead Sea Scrolls and Pauline Literature," RdQ 28 (2016), 149-152

Volume 27 (2015)


Hempel, Charlotte, "The Long Text of the Serekh as Crisis Literature," RdQ 27 (2015), 3-24
AbstractThe rich manuscript tradition attested by the Community Rule from Qumran and its implications for our assessment of the relationship of the texts to the movement associated for a time with Khirbet Qumran have been the subject of vigorous debate in recent scholarship. This article offers a fresh assessment of the Community Rule manuscripts and their relationship to Khirbet Qumran. Rather than focusing on the remarkable differences between 1QS V-IX and 4QS close attention is paid here to 1QS I-IV; X-XI // 4QS— the framework of what can be called the ‘Long Text’ of S as represented particularly by 1QS and 4Q256 (Sb). A close reading of those parts of the Long Text of S that make it long reveals a heightened sense of theological reflection in a movement with a considerable history and internal challenges. We note further that the palaeographical dates of the copies of the Long Text cluster chronologically in the mid-Hasmonean period (125-75 BCE) suggesting that it is this period—aimed at overcoming a crisis of commitment in an established group—that is more likely associated with a move to the site of Qumran than community origins.
Angel, Joseph L., "The Material Reconstruction of 4QSongs of the Sageb (4Q511)," RdQ 27 (2015), 25-82
AbstractThis study presents the results of my attempt to materially reconstruct 4QSongs of the Sageb (4Q511). The major findings, substantiated by the detailed discussion presented here, may be summarized as follows: (1) 4Q511 was at least 2 meters long and contained at least sixteen columns of writing. (2) Fragments representing material from fifteen out of the sixteen reconstructed columns can be arranged in their original order. (3) Columns contained at least 25 lines of writing, yielding a minimum column height of about 17.5 cm. (4) The composition contained in 4Q511 is not simply identical to the composition preserved in 4Q510, as scholars have assumed generally. It is more likely that they represent differing recensions of the same work or two different works, one of which has depended on the other, or both of which have depended on a common source.
Reymond, Eric D., "New Hebrew Text of Ben Sira Chapter 1 in Ms A (T-S 12.863)," RdQ 27 (2015), 83-98
AbstractThe article proposes a reading of some of the offset letters in Hebrew Ms A, that is, the letters that have transferred from the preceding and still missing first folio page of the manuscript. Among other things, the article proposes that the offset letters in Ms A I recto, lines 1-4 are the remnants of Ben Sira chapter 1, the Hebrew text of which is not otherwise known. Surprisingly, the Hebrew text matches closely the Syriac translation at the end of chapter 1 and not the Greek. The Syriac translation contains what are considered to be secondary, later additions. It is this additional material that is reflected in the offset Hebrew letters of Ms A I recto, lines 1-4.
Puech, Emile, "La Lettre essénienne MMT dans le manuscrit 4Q397 et les parallèles," RdQ 27 (2015), 99-136
AbstractThe identification of a new fragment belonging to the last column of the manuscript 4Q397 requires the reconstruction of the last three columns of the manuscript with 18 lines per column. This recovers a continuous text for 4QMMT Epilogue. Another small fragment needs to be relocated in the column of the fragments 6-13 of the legal section of the Letter in order to give an equal height to the column and to reformat three other columns of the manuscript, six successives columns in all.
Tervanotko, Hanna, "Members of Levite Family and Ideal marriages in Aramaic Levi Document, Visions of Amram, and Jubilee," RdQ 27 (2015), 155-176
AbstractThe marriage practices of the members of the family of Levi in general and their preference to marry within their family in particular have received attention in the recent scholarship. This study analyzes how Jubilees, the Ara-maic Levi Document and the visions of Amram portray the ideal marriages of the members of the Levite family. After carefully reading those passages of these texts, that highlight women and ideal partners, I argue that these texts are interested exclusively with women of Levite origin. The primary function of women in these texts is to provide the right pedigree for the members of the Levite family. In addition to the previously argued views, I propose that the members of the Levite family, who are treated as early prototypes for the high priest, are subject to the marriage rule of the high priest who had to marry a daughter of another priest. This rule triumphed over all other regulations, including the Pentateuchal marriage laws. By making the Levites take spouses from their own family, the authors turn the Levites into exemplary figures who followed the priestly rulings before they were given at Sinai. Finally, it will be pointed out that the Aramaic Levi Document and the visions of Amram do not reduce Levite women to a reproductive role but develop the concept of ideal spouses further than Jubilees does.
Karner, Gerhard, "Ben Sira ms A fol. I recto and fol. VI verso (t-S 12.863) revisited," RdQ 27 (2015), 177-203
AbstractThis article offers some remarks on the reading of the offset letters preserved on the first lines of Ms A folio I recto and folio VI verso. As Eric D. Reymond has recently observed, the traces on Ms A I recto, lines 1–4 indeed reflect parts of a Hebrew version that corresponds to a portion of text hitherto only known from the Syriac translation. Discussing the reading of the offset traces proposed by Reymond, the article offers an analysis of its own and demonstrates how image manipulation programs can help to both reconstruct missing text as well as check the results. Among other observations the article proposes a reconstruction of the barely legible offset traces on Ms A VI verso, which seems to suggest that the now lost Hebrew text of Sir 16:26b–29 might correspond to an expanded textual form as preserved in the Syriac version of Codex Ambrosianus (7aI).
Heger, Paul, "The Husband’s or Father’s Authority to Annul His Wife’s or Daughter’s Vows Introduction," RdQ 27 (2015), 205-223
Abstracthe rules about the husband’s authority to annul his wife’s vows and oaths in CD XVI 6-12 and 4Q416 (4QInstrb) 2iv 6-11seem at first sight to be conflicting. Whereas 4Q416 decrees the husband’s unlimited author-ity, the CD seems to limit it. Cecilia Wassen indeed confirms this diver-gence, alleging that the CD restricts the husband’s annulment authority exclusively to commitments which conflict with scriptural law. After an extensive analysis of the scriptural sources, and their rabbinic interpreta-tion, the study effects a meticulous scrutiny of the CD text, and postu-lates the notion that the CD does not restrict the husband’s authority, but advices him how to proceed regarding a commitment by his wife, which seems to conflict with a particular Qumran regulation. Hence, the two sources are not contradictory.
Scacewater, Todd, "The Literary unity of 1Qm and its three-Stage War," RdQ 27 (2015), 225-248
AbstractThis article provides an account of the war in 1QM that attempts to resolve supposed contradictions and interpretive difficulties, which have occa-sioned multiple redactional theories. The thesis is that the war includes three-stages. Although a three-stage war has been suggested before, the present essay presents a different three-stage war that does more justice to the lan-guage of the war’s outline in 1QM, to the Old Testament passages used to present the various stages of the war, and to the competency of the author and possible redactor(s). This thesis does not rule out redactional activity, but sug-gests that the extant copy of 1QM presents a unified account of the war.
Lee, Lydia, "Fiery Sheol in the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 27 (2015), 249-270
AbstractThis paper highlights that a fiery underworld is attested in several Qum-ran texts, expressed through the uniquely Hebraic term “Sheol” (שׁאול). This topic has often gone unnoticed in studies of the Dead Sea Scrolls (DSS). A scholarly consensus has been reached about the existence of a dualistic post-mortem judgment in several DSS, such that people await either reward or punishment after death. As noted by Klawans, however, primary emphasis has been placed on the kinds of reward, whether in the form of physical resurrection or immortality of the soul, envisioned in these texts. There is a general neglect of the DSS’s perceptions of the post-mortem punishment. The situation is most recently remedied by Nebe’s article entitled “Scheol in den Schriften vom Toten Meer.” Even though Nebe does summarily notice that one scroll (4Q491 frg. 10 II 17) depicts the fiery judgment of God reaching down to Sheol, he does not observe that several other scrolls from Qumran (1QM XIV 16-18; 4Q491 frgs. 8-10 I 13b-15; 1QHa IV 25-26a; 4Q184 frg. 1 6-11a) begin to associate Sheol with fire even more closely. This paper thus fills the lacuna by elucidating the fiery nature of post-mortem punishments in the Sheol of the DSS.
Høgenhaven, Jesper, "the Language of the Copper Scroll: A renewed examination," RdQ 27 (2015), 271-301
AbstractIn the editio princeps (DJD III, 1962) of the Copper Scroll (3Q15) J. T. Milik defines its Hebrew as a dialect of Mishnaic Hebrew (MH), a description that has been both contested and defended by subsequent scholars. This article surveys main lines of the discussion, and attempts a fresh descrip-tion of important features of the Hebrew of 3Q15, on the basis of the improved text edition by Émile Puech now available (2006). A comprehensive analysis of the language in 3Q15 confirms, and provides additional evidence for the findings of Milik and other scholars. Features shared by 3Q15 and MH include: Patterns of noun formation, the consistent use of the plural ending ין the exclusive use of the relative pronoun ש, the frequent employment of the possessive pronoun של, the use of adjectives of world direction (rather than construct chains). The most striking affinity between 3Q15 and MH is in the vocabulary. As would be expected, 3Q15 has a great number of lexemes which are common to all relevant types of Hebrew (Biblical Hebrew (BH), Qumran Hebrew (QH), and MH). However, of some 89 lexemes in 3Q15, which occur only in some of these “types” of Hebrew, 33 are shared exclusively by 3Q15 and MH texts. 19 of these have distinct synonyms in BH, and 13 have coun-terparts in both BH and QH. 3Q15, then, has more points of contact with MH than with any other relevant type of ancient Hebrew.


Büttner, Cyrill von, "A Note on מטלים in the Great Isaiah Scroll (Isa 50:6)," RdQ 27 (2015), 137-145
Allen, Garrick V., "The reuse of Scripture in 4Qcommentary Genesis C (4Q254) and ‘messianic Interpretation’ in the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 27 (2015), 303-317


Longacre, Drew, "Review: Martin Worthington, Principles of Akkadian Textual Criticism," RdQ 27 (2015), 146-151
Falk, Daniel, "Review: Angela Kim Harkins, Reading with an “I” to the Heavens. Looking at the Qumran Hodayot through the Lens of Visionary Traditions," RdQ 27 (2015), 151-154

Volume 26 (2014)


Najman, Hindy; Tigchelaar, Eibert, "A Preparatory Study of Nomenclature and Text Designation in the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 26 (2014), 305-326
AbstractThis article considers the history of nomenclature for the Dead Sea Scrolls, as reflected in the names given to manuscripts in the official editions in the Discoveries in the Judaean Desert Series (some attention is given to the nomenclature in more recent editorial projects). Sometimes names were derived from the manuscripts themselves. Often, however, names (such as Apocryphon) reflect the supposition of a canonical divide. Or they assume a differentiation between sectarian and nonsectarian texts. Or scrolls are described in generic terms borrowed from the study of other corpora. While such names are evidence of the editors’ attempts to understand a new corpus and fragmentary manuscripts of many new works, they also govern the way we read the scrolls. The aim of this article is to review the former processes of naming scrolls, and to offer some preliminary directions for the renaming, reclassifying, and rethinking of the scrolls.
Reymond, Eric D, "New Readings in the Ben Sira Masada Scroll (Mas 1h)," RdQ 26 (2014), 327-346
AbstractThe present short note documents new readings in the Ben Sira Masada Scroll derived from the new photographs provided online at www.bensira. org. In addition to offering new possibilities for reading some difficult passages, the new readings demonstrate that the orthography was not as predictable as some past scholars have suggested.
Uusimäki, Elisa, "Happy Is the Person to Whom She Has Been Given: The Continuum of Wisdom and Torah in 4QSapiential Admonitions B (4Q185) and 4QBeatitudes (4Q525)," RdQ 26 (2014), 345-361
AbstractThis article examines the association of wisdom and Torah in two wisdom texts, 4QSapiential Admonition B(4Q185) and 4QBeatitudes (4Q525), known from Qumran Cave 4. As is well-known, wisdom and Torah—which in this article refers to a broad concept rather than the Pentateuch or a collection of laws alone—became connected in Second Temple Judaism to such an extent that at times a clear distinction no longer exists between them. Indeed, both 4Q185 and 4Q525 make use of the feminine, third person singular suffix ,ה which can refer to both wisdom and Torah as both are feminine words in their grammatical gender. The article argues that the authors employed the suffix as a pedagogical and literary device to point out their essential identification.
Bakker, Arjen, "The God of Knowledge: Qumran Reflections on Divine Prescience Based on 1 Sam 2:3," RdQ 26 (2014), 361-374
AbstractThe first section of this contribution discusses Michael Segal’s argument that the Septuagint and Qumran readings of 1 Sam 2:3 are based on the same version which is an emendation of the Masoretic text’s ktiv. The second section discusses four passages that are based on interpretations of 1 Sam 2:3 (1QS III 15-16; 4Q417 1 i 7-9; 1QHa XX 12-14; 4Q402 4 12 par). These passages connect specific connotations to the expression God of knowledge. The main point in discussing the passages is to demonstrate that they engage in an abstract reflection on the nature of divine prescience. This abstract reflection is based on the study of texts: 1 Sam 2:3 and other texts were scrutinized in the course of meditations on profound theological questions.
Mason, Steve, "The Priest Josephus Away from the Temple: A Changed Man?," RdQ 26 (2014), 375-402
AbstractMichael Tuval's recent book, from Jerusalem Priest to Roman Jew (Tübingen, 2013), offers a sweeping reinterpretation of the works of Josephus in the context of Diaspora Judaism. Developing approaches initiated by Daniel R. Schwartz, Tuval understands Josephus to have undergone a dramatic change of identity between the composition of his two major histories, from being a temple-centred Jerusalem priest to embracing the temple-less values of his adoptive Judaean home. This article works through some issues of method and considers illustrative texts to test the explanatory hypothesis. It sympathetically challenges both Tuval’s portrait of Diaspora Judaism and his explanation of Josephus’ works against that background.
Erder, Yoram, "Understanding the Qumran Sect in View of Early Karaite Halakhah from the Geonic Period," RdQ 26 (2014), 403-424
AbstractResearch about the influence of Qumranic Halakha on the Karaite Mourners of Zion can enlarge our knowledge not only on early Karaism, but also on main disputes that divided the Jewish sects in the antiquity. The three halakhic issues discussed in this article shed light on the meaning to the Qumran sect of living in the desert. Defining themselves as the “exiles of the wildernessˮ, they did not observe most of the commandments, which they considered as pertaining to the Land of Israel, as the Israelites before them during their sojourn in the wilderness. The three Halakhic issues discussed here are: a. the “desert passoverˮ (Numbers 9) and “Hezekiah passoverˮ (1 chr 29-30). b. the half-shekel issue (Exod 30: 11-16). c. the consuming of “desired meatˮ (Deut 12: 20-21).
Najman, Hindy; Tigchelaar, Eibert, "Unity after Fragmentation," RdQ 26 (2014), 495-500

VanderKam, James, "Jubilees as the Composition of One Author?," RdQ 26 (2014), 501-516
AbstractThe essay evaluates three recent hypotheses about subsequent modifications to the original text of the Book of Jubilees: (1) addition of eschatological texts (C. Berner), (2) interpolation of a series of passages (J. Kugel), and (3) addition of legal sections to pre-existing rewritten stories and encasing both types of material in a chronological framework (M. Segal). All three hypotheses as formulated by these scholars are found to be unconvincing, although the third in a reformulated way provides a more defensible account of the evidence.
Kugel, James, "The Compositional History of the Book of Jubilees," RdQ 26 (2014), 517-538
AbstractThe author of Jubilees chose to write a retelling of the book of Genesis precisely because its events are all situated before the great revelation of divine law at Mount Sinai. His central argument was that Israel had been bound to God long before Sinai: in his retelling, God had chosen Israel as His special people on the sixth day of Creation, and various ancestors of the people of Israel had been tied by covenants to God and had kept various laws (including those connected with the biblical festivals and other holy days) well before the Sinai revelation. He thus sought to argue that, even if Israel had violated the Sinai covenant and had subsequently been exiled, this hardly spelled the end of Israel’s special status as God’s own people. Sometime after the completion of the original book, an interpolator inserted a number of passages that sought to correct what he considered an objectionable element in the original, the implication that some of the Torah’s laws had originated in practices adopted by Israel’s ancestors on their own initiative. “Not so!” he claimed; long before the time of those ancestors, those divine laws had been inscribed on high in the “Heavenly Tablets.”
van Ruiten, Jacques T.A.G.M., "Some Questions with Regard to a Supposed Interpolator in the Book of Jubilees Focused on the Festival of Weeks (Jub. 6:1-22)," RdQ 26 (2014), 539-554
AbstractThis contribution brings forward some questions with regard to Kugel’s hypothesis about a supposed interpolator who would have inserted several additions in a nearly finished text of the book of Jubilees. Without denying the fact that there are tensions within the text of the book, the question remains whether these all disappear when the passages of the supposed interpolator are removed. Kugel asserts that a deterministic worldview is characteristic of the supposed interpolator. However, the rest of the text also often shows this deterministic worldview. The unique relationship between God and Israel is incorporated in the order of the creation. Most important is the relativizing of the Sinaitic covenant. The first celebration of a certain festival does not point to the fact that they themselves invented these festivals out of the blue, but to the fact that Israel was already ordered to celebrate these festivals before the Sinaitic covenant. The patriarchs celebrated them on earth in accordance with what was written on the heavenly tablets, and in accordance with how they had already been celebrated in heaven from the time of the creation. In contrast to what Kugel asserts, the strong parallelism between Jub. 14 and Jub. 15 makes clear that Abraham celebrates not two different festivals but just one, the very same Festival of Weeks, in which he renews the covenant in the middle of the third month.
Segal, Michael, "The Dynamics of Composition and Rewriting in Jubilees and Pseudo-Jubilees," RdQ 26 (2014), 555-578
AbstractThe compositional process of the book of Jubilees has recently become the subject of intense debate among scholars of Second Temple Judaism in general, and the Dead Sea scrolls in particular. Scholarship on Jubilees has generally followed a synoptic approach, comparing the text of Jubilees to the extant versions of the Pentateuch deemed closest to it. As I have already suggested in previous studies, the literary development of Jubilees is in fact much more complex. While in my previous studies, I referred to the book in its current form as the product of “redaction”, here, I suggest that it is more appropriate to use the term “composition”. This study investigates and explores the implications of this proposed literary model, based upon an examination of three Qumran scrolls known as Pseudo-Jubilees (4Q225-4Q227), and their relationship to Jubilees. The analysis below suggests, in contrast to the generally posited direction of development, that 4Q227 is in fact a source adopted by Jubilees as part of its compositional process. The latter, in its current complex literary form, was then itself subject to further rewriting in 4Q225-4Q226. These examples lead to a discussion of the implications of dynamic process of rewriting and composition for both the study of Jubilees and for appreciating broader trends in the transmission and hermeneutics of ancient Jewish texts.
Tigchelaar, Eibert, "The Qumran Jubilees Manuscripts as Evidence for the Literary Growth of the Book," RdQ 26 (2014), 579-594
AbstractWhereas scholarship generally assumes a fixed text of Jubilees by the second century B.C.E., this article explores the evidence for first-century B.C.E. revisions and Fortschreibungen. The combined evidence of 4Q216 and 4Q217 hints at a first-century B.C.E. addition to Jub. 1, and the absence of Jub. 23:32 from 4Q176 frag. 21 may indicate subsequent Fortschreibung. The article argues, following Milik, for a manuscript bisection of Jubilees, and for a reassignment of 4Q176 frag. 21 to 4Q221. An appendix presents the hitherto unpublished fragment 4Q221 frag. 20.
Monger, Matthew Phillip, "4Q216 and the State of Jubilees at Qumran," RdQ 26 (2014), 595-612
AbstractThis essay presents a preliminary analysis of 4Q216 from the perspective of material philology, and comments on the implications of reading the Qumran Jubilees fragments from a material perspective. By taking seriously the materiality of the Qumran Jubilees manuscripts, it is argued that there were likely not 14 complete manuscripts of Jubilees t Qumran. In addition, this analysis calls into question the commonly held view that there is a high level of literary and textual stability connecting the Hebrew manuscripts from Qumran to Ethiopic manuscripts dating from the late fourteenth century C.E. and later. In light of the material composition of 4Q216, it is suggested that the manuscript may show evidence of the literary development of Jubilees during the Qumran period. In addition, a number of variants between the 4Q216 and Ethiopic Jubilees point toward the development of diverging trajectories within the Jubilees tradition post-Qumran.
van Ruiten, Jacques T.A.G.M., "The Use and Interpretation of the Book of Jubilees in the Măṣḥăfă Milad," RdQ 26 (2014), 613-630
AbstractThis contribution deals with the use and interpretation of the book of Jubilees in the Măṣḥăfă Milad. Most references to the book of Jubilees in the Măṣḥăfă Milad are explicit quotations, the wording of which is very close to the text of Jubilees. Despite the abundant explicit mentions, the actual number of passages is very limited: Jub. 4:17-25 (Enoch), Jub. 16:1-5 (Abraham receiving the three men, as a symbol of the Trinity), often combined with Jub. 1:27-28; 2:2, 18 (angel of the presence; angel of the sanctification). The only exception to this are the passages that allude to Adam (Jub. 3:27) and the early life of Abraham (Jub. 11:18; 12:12-14; 14-15). The book of Jubilees is read and interpreted through Christian eyes, in particular it is seen to express the Trinitarian view of Zar’a Ya‘aqob. This is no different from how the text interprets the Old Testament. In other words, the book of Jubilees is read in the same way as other books of the Old Testament.


Aadland, Ingunn, "A Forgotten Deuteronomy (4Q31) Fragment," RdQ 26 (2014), 425-430
Puech, Émile, "Un quatrième manuscrit du livre de Job dans la grotte 4 de Qumrân (4Q101a - 4QJobd)," RdQ 26 (2014), 431-434
Puech, Émile, "Un nouveau fragment du manuscrit 4Q27 - 4QNbb 18a," RdQ 26 (2014), 435-438
Tigchelaar, Eibert, "Identification of the So-Called Genesis Apocryphon from Masada (Mas 1m, MasapocrGen or MasAdmonFlood)," RdQ 26 (2014), 439-446
Dhont, Marieke; Tigchelaar, Eibert, "Notes on Readings of Three 4Q200 (4QTobite) Fragments," RdQ 26 (2014), 447-452
Puech, Émile, "Note sur 4Q200 fragment 8," RdQ 26 (2014), 453-454
Tigchelaar, Eibert, "PAM 43.668 Frag. 4 Identified as a 4Q397 (4QMMTd) Fragment," RdQ 26 (2014), 455-460
Ravasco, Andrea, "A Paleographical Note on 2Sam 19:10 in 4QSama," RdQ 26 (2014), 461-466


Collins, John J. , "Review: Charlotte Hempel, The Qumran Rule Texts in Context," RdQ 26 (2014), 483-484
Regev, Eyal, "Review: Jutta Jokiranta, Social Identity and Sectarianism in the Qumran Movement," RdQ 26 (2014), 485-487
Schwentzel, Christian-Georges, "Eyal Regev, The Hasmoneans, Ideology, Archaeology, Identity," RdQ 26 (2014), 488-490
Schwentzel, Christian-Georges, "Vasile Babota, The Institution of the Hasmonean High Priesthood," RdQ 26 (2014), 491-492
Perrotta, Romolo, "Paolo Lucca, ed., Pentateuco," RdQ 26 (2014), 491-492
Puech, Émile, "Review: Elisha Qimron, The Dead Sea Scrolls. The Hebrew Writings, Volume Two," RdQ 26 (2014), 631-637
Magness, Jodi, "David Stacey and Gregory Doudna, with a contribution by Gideon Avni, Qumran Revisited: A Reassessment of the Archaeology of the Site and Its Texts," RdQ 26 (2014), 638-645
Werrett Ian, "Kristin De Troyer and Armin Lange (eds.), The Qumran Legal Texts between the Hebrew Bible and Its Interpretation," RdQ 26 (2014), 646-649

Volume 26 (2013)


Chazon, Esther G., "Low to Lofty: The Hodayot's Use of Liturgical Traditions to Shape Sectarian Identity and Religious Experience," RdQ 26 (2013), 3-19
AbstractThe Hodayot’s signature feature is the hymnist’s thanksgiving for his election by divine grace and elevation from a base, sinful spirit to a state of purification, heavenly knowledge, and common lot with the angels. The present paper shows how, in creating this feature, the hodayot adapt and juxtapose two divergent liturgical traditions—those of penitential prayer (Part 1) and of praying with the angels (Part 2). The final part of the paper (Part 3) demonstrates that the same strategy is adopted at the editorial level of the 1QHa and 4QHb manuscripts. These manuscripts build to a numinous climax by increasing the intensity of joint human-angelic praise toward their conclusion, capped by the penultimate Self-Glorification Hymn. At the same time, they keep the penitential motifs and the election/human baseness dialectic in view to the end. Hence, the liturgical traditions of penitential prayer and praying with the angels are used, at the editorial as well as the compositional stages, to magnify the sense of privileged elevation from a base, sinful state to the sublime state of communion with the angels in singing God’s praise together.
Jacobus, Helen R., "The Babylonian Lunar Three and the Qumran Calendars of the Priestly Courses: A Response," RdQ 26 (2013), 21-51
AbstractThis paper responds to the theory that information, known as “X” and “dwq” in some of the manuscripts of the calendars of the priestly courses, 4Q320, 4Q321a and 4Q321, is related to a group of techniques itemised in Babylonian astronomical texts, called the Lunar Three. It is suggested that a direct comparison is problematic and that possible Hellenistic influences may be discerned in the calendars of the priestly courses as well as in parts of the Aramaic Astronomical Book of Enoch, 4Q208–4Q209. The essay concludes that a new theoretical basis for researching the calendars in the Dead Sea Scrolls in a comparative context is needed.
Heger, Paul, "Celibacy in Qumran—Hellenistic Fiction or Reality? Qumran’s Attitude Toward Sex," RdQ 26 (2013), 53-90
AbstractThe study tries to demonstrate the imaginative nature of the Hellenistic historians’ descriptions of the Essenes (assumed to be identical with the Qumran community) that influenced our views on Qumran’s attitude toward marriage, women, and sexual life before the discovery of the Qumran writings. In light of this evidence of unreliability, the author proposes that these portrayals be ignored, concluding that the Qumranites were not celibate, held no derogatory opinions about women, and had no aversion to marriage or to the enjoyment of legally permitted sexual activity.
Mizrahi, Noam, "The Linguistic History of מדהבה : From Textual Corruption to Lexical Innovation," RdQ 26 (2013), 91-114
AbstractThe paper discusses the linguistic history of the Hebrew word ,מדהבה which is a hapax legomenon in the Bible (Isa 14:4), but is also documented several times in the Dead Sea scrolls. Since text-critics commonly hold it to result from a scribal mistake (the original reading being מרהבה , as witnessed by 1QIsaa), its sense and distribution throughout the Second Temple period have eluded explanation thus far, and the exact relation between the two corpora of Biblical and Qumran Hebrew remains obscure. It is proposed that sound changes peculiar to the Greco-Roman period have facilitated a lexical reanalysis of מדהבה , and that the word was eventually integrated into the lexicon of Second Temple Hebrew by means of associative etymology, which is a recognized mechanism of semantic change.
Puech, Émile, "Jerome Murphy-O’Connor, OP (1935-2013)," RdQ 26 (2013), 141-144

Drawnel, Henryk, "Some Notes on the Aramaic Manuscripts from Qumran and Late Mesopotamian Culture," RdQ 26 (2013), 145-167
AbstractThe present study summarizes the results of several years of research into the relationship between Late Babylonian cuneiform culture and Jewish Aramaic literature. The overview of that relationship indicates that the Jewish writers did not hesitate to adopt and adapt into the structure of Jewish religion some religious, literary, and scientific patterns that enriched the Judaism of the Second Temple period with new religious perspectives. One has to assume that the contact between the Jewish religion and Mesopotamian culture detectable in Jewish Aramaic literature took place in Mesopotamia, not in Israel.
Puech, Émile, "4Q225 revisité: un midrash essénien?," RdQ 26 (2013), 169-210
AbstractThis note offers a largely renewed edition of the three fragments of the 4Q225 manuscript which we waited for with great expectation. They will enable us to better understand and qualify the remains of this document, which is not without some importance for the Qumran Studies. It results that the manuscript could not belong to the so-called Pseudo-Jubilees.
Wold, Benjamin, "The Universality of Creation in 4QInstruction," RdQ 26 (2013), 211-226
AbstractThis study offers a critical examination of two passages from 4QInstruction (4Q417 1 i 13-18; 4Q423 1) and finds a new interpretation of the creation and division of humanity. In 4QInstruction all of humankind was created in the likeness of God and angels and they all originally sought mysterious, revealed wisdom as well as the knowledge of good and evil. In one of the fragments studied, the pursuit of mysteries is compared to tending the Garden of Eden. In the metaphor, the ones expelled from the garden are the foolish who failed to search for knowledge and are no longer able to cultivate wisdom that produces fruit. These ungodly ones are called the “fleshly spirit” and are separated from the Mēvîn by their activities and failures. Finally, 4QInstruction reflects that divisions within humanity are the result of dualities within human beings.
Puech, Émile, "4Q252 : « Commentaire de la Genèse A » ou « Bénédictions patriarcales» ?," RdQ 26 (2013), 227-252
AbstractA great number of studies have already been dedicated to the manuscript 4Q252, however scholars do not find agreement on its content, literary genre, or even on how the composition should be titled. This study offers a careful assessment of the preserved fragments, in order to approach better the aim pursued by the author, and by the same token to expose more clearly his identity.
Reymond, Eric, "Fast Talk: Ben Sira’s Thoughts on Speech in Sir 5:9-6:1," RdQ 26 (2013), 253-273
AbstractThis paper analyzes a single passage from the Book of Ben Sira, Sir 5:9- 6:1, in order to demonstrate how each ancient version of this passage reveals a slightly different emphasis or idea. Each version, moreover, exhibits a distinct structure that reflects its specific idea. The significance of this for the book as a whole is that it illustrates how an ancient reader’s or scribe’s wish to find or impose a coherence in the text could lead to him or her altering the text in deliberate as well as accidental ways.


Novick, Tzvi, "Column Five of the Community Rule: Two Notes," RdQ 26 (2013), 115-125
Hartog, Pieter B. , "Re-Reading Habakkuk 2:4b: Lemma and Interpretation in 1QpHab VII 17–VIII 3 ," RdQ 26 (2013), 127-132  
Lim, Timothy, "A New Solution to an Exegetical Crux (CD IV 20-21)," RdQ 26 (2013), 275-284
Puech, Émile, "4Q226 7 revisité," RdQ 26 (2013), 285-290


Popović, Mladen, "Review: Sidnie White Crawford, Rewriting Scripture in Second Temple Times ," RdQ 26 (2013), 133-134
Puech, Émile, "Review: Jean-Sébastien Rey, 4QInstruction: Sagesse et eschatologie ," RdQ 26 (2013), 135-138
Crimella, Matteo, "Review: Mathias Nygaard, Prayer in the Gospels: A Theological Exegesis of the Ideal Prayer ," RdQ 26 (2013), 139-
Anthonioz, Stéphanie, "Review:Reinhard G. Kratz, Historisches und biblisches Israel: Drei Überblicke zum Alten Testament," RdQ 26 (2013), 291-299
Martone, Corrado, "Review: Piero Capelli, Il male. Storia di un’idea nell’ebraismo dalla Bibbia alla Qabbalah," RdQ 26 (2013), 300-
Ravasco, Andrea, "Review: Thomas Hieke and Tobias Nicklas (eds.), The Day of Atonement: Its Interpretations in Early Jewish and Christian Traditions," RdQ 26 (2013), 301-304

Volume 25 (2012)


Puech, Émile, "Synthèse des observations sur la nécropole de Khirbet Qumrân: Tombes d’Esséniens et tombes de bédouins ," RdQ 25 (2012), 335-368
AbstractThese pages try to take stock of the archaeological data and of anthropological studies of the cemeteries of Khirbet Qumran, and to establish a status quaestionis based on verifiable observations. They confirm the distinction between the tombs of the Essenes dated to Periods Ia-b and II and the tombs of bedouins in the 2nd millennium. Further, the funerary practices of celibate Essenes agree totally with their belief in the resurrection of the flesh as clearly presented in the notice of Hippolytus of Rome, far from the more common belief in immortality of the soul which Flavius Josephus attributes to them.
Drawnel, Henryk, "The Punishment of Asael (1 En. 10:4-8) and Mesopotamian Anti-Witchcraft Literature ," RdQ 25 (2012), 369-394  
AbstractThe literary pattern of Asael’s punishment in the Enochic myth does not seem to stem from biblical literature or Greek mythology. It is far more probable that one has to look for its antecedents in Babylonian anti-witchcraft literature. The Jewish author who lived in Mesopotamia in Late Babylonian period treated Asael and other Watchers as warlocks against whom exorcistic rituals have to be applied. The elimination of Asael and other Watchers from the earthly realm paved the way for the Jewish context of knowledge transmission, exemplified by Enoch and his insight into the structure of the world, revealed to him by angels faithful to God of Israel.
Rey, Jean-Sébastien, "Un nouveau feuillet du manuscrit D de Ben Sira: notes de philologie et de critique textuelle," RdQ 25 (2012), 395-422
AbstractThis article offers an edition of the new Ben Sira fragment of manuscript D identified by Sarah Cohen and published by S. Elizur and M. Rand. The analysis focuses essentially on the textual criticism of Sir 7 :18-8 :18 attested by this witness. The text is evaluated in relation to the other Hebrew manuscripts (A and C) as well as to the Greek and Syriac versions. The study shows that both witnesses A and D contain similar alterations and probably belong to a same family of manuscripts.
Puech, Émile, "Jérusalem dans les Manuscrits de la Mer Morte ," RdQ 25 (2012), 423-438
AbstractThe lecture presents the main passages of non-Biblical manuscripts found at Qumrân related to Jerusalem/Zion and its temple. They are divided in three groups: the historical Jerusalem, the ideal Jerusalem, the ideal Jerusalem according to the Law, and the New Jerusalem. First is given a survey of the history of their composition.
Brooke, George J., "Authority and the Authoritativeness of Scripture: Some Clues from the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 25 (2012), 507-523  
AbstractThis essay suggests that the authority of texts has to be construed on the basis of at least three complementary facets of textual study and analysis. First, there is the text itself. By considering the six-part, triple-axis dynamic of compositions as indicated in actantial analysis this study identifies some of the features of any text that might be construed as authoritative: this might be suitably labelled as “actantial authority.” Second, there is the interdependence of author and audience, through which authority is encouraged and endorsed; this can be called “authorial and audience authority.” Third, there is the function of the text in different settings and contexts: authority might be discerned in everything contextual such as the artefactual data of the manuscript evidence, the possible effectiveness of the text as speech-act, and the much wider ideological frame of reference that makes a composition relevant for any particular group or community: this can be named as “acted authority.” Thus authority in texts, both scriptural and non-scriptural, is a polyphonous affair.
García Martínez, Florentino, "Parabiblical Literature from Qumran and the Canonical Process ," RdQ 25 (2012), 525-556  
AbstractAfter clarifying how the author understands the terms “parabiblical” literature (namely, as referring to all compositions of the collections of Qumran, except those which later will be incorporated in Tanak) and “canonical process” (that is, as a development not yet completed in which “canonical” is understood as authoritative or normative), this article shows what books were considered authoritative or normative within the collection, presenting four of the authority conferring strategies used for this purpose: Divine authority, rewriting, interpretation, and “the voice of the Teacher.” The essay’s conclusion is that at this time of development in the “canonical process,” all the books which would later form the Torah, or the five books of Moses, were clearly recognized as authoritative and normative (and thus “canonical”), and that there was a second group of authoritative writings referred to as “the Prophets.” This group of writings, however, is not identical with the Nebi’im of Tanak, since it also included Daniel and the Psalms. The essay also concludes that other books, as well as the core “sectarian” compositions, were considered authoritative and normative (and thus “canonical”).
Martone, Corrado, "Qumran Readings in Agreement with the Septuagint Against the Masoretic Text. Part Three: 1 Samuel ," RdQ 25 (2012), 557-573  
AbstractThis essay presents a list of the passages in the Qumran manuscripts of 1 Samuel that may be considered in agreement with the Septuagint, against the Masoretic text. In addition, the bibliographic reference to the editio princeps of each manuscript, and a brief palaeographical description, is given.
Rey, Jean-Sébastien, "Si 10,12-12,1 : nouvelle édition du fragment Adler (ENA 2536-2) ," RdQ 25 (2012), 575-603
AbstractPreceding editions of the hebrew text of Ben Sira differ considerably for Sir 10,12-12,1. In this aricle, we offer a re-edition of the Elkan Natan Adler’s bifolio of Ben Sira 10,12-12,1 on the basis of new photographs and we attempt to overcome the difficulties in some readings. After the edition, we provide an apparatus criticus, notes on the readings, a new translation and philological notes.
Steudel, Annette, "The Damascus Document (D) as a Rewriting of the Community Rule (S) ," RdQ 25 (2012), 605-620  
AbstractThe present study undertakes a literary comparison of the Community Rule (S) and the Damascus Document (D). It turns out that D closely follows the textual organization of 1QS V-VII. The long Fourth Admonition in D is in basic parts an elaboration of 1QS V,1-7a. The reference to 1QS V-VII skips the middle part of D, and continues directly in CD XV (1QS V,7b). From there it can be traced, almost verse by verse, until the end of the Penal Code in D. Reference to 1QS V-VII thus covers nearly the whole composition of D. It is lacking only in D’s large middle part, apart from its edges, and in the beginning and end of D, which parallel sections of 1QS I-IV. An interesting role in the further development of D is not only played by the Book of Jubilees, but also by 1QS VIII-IX, which might have been composed by S as a reaction to D’s rewriting of 1QS V-VII, but it also influenced D. As a whole, the Damascus Document is best understood as a rewriting (Fortschreibung) of the Community Rule, although D also shaped S.
Tigchelaar, Eibert, "The Poetry of The Wiles of the Wicked Woman ( 4Q184 ) ," RdQ 25 (2012), 621-633  
AbstractThis article surveys previous work on the poetry of 4Q184 1 (Wiles of the Wicked Woman), including the matter of the regularity or irregularity of stanzas. The sections “Vocabulary and syntax” and “Parallelism and style” present brief, and in part new, observations on some of the poet’s techniques, involving Janus parallelism, the use of uncommon forms of words, and uncommon syntactical constructions.
Trebolle, Julio, "Yahwe’s Spirit of Deceit: Textual Variants that Make a Difference (1 Kgs 22) ," RdQ 25 (2012), 635-675  
AbstractIn the Qumran Period, the order of the literary units as well as their text could fluctuate, generating different editions of a number of biblical books. 1. This paper explores the connection of the petuÌah and setumah divisions in the Masoretic tradition with the different arrangement of pericopae in MT and LXX as well as the insertion of literary units in either text. 2. Readings of the OL in Kings witnessing a pre-Lucianic text have a special value in order to reconstruct the Old Greek text and its Hebrew Vorlage, particularly in the junctures between pericopes or at the initial and final points of an interpolation where significant textual variants mostly occur. 3. The Antiochean/ Old Greek reading kaì efipen Oû dunßsjÇ, kaì efipen ˆEn soí (1 Kgs 22:20) qualified as “an exception” or as “corrupt” preserves the text of the dialogue of Yahweh and the spirit of deceit in a striking form free of the censure suffered by the MT.


Puech, Émile, "Un ‘Bol’ de Bois des Grottes de Qumrân ," RdQ 25 (2012), 439-444
Berkovitz, Abraham Jacob, "Some Temple Scroll Restorations ," RdQ 25 (2012), 445-450  
Trotter, Jonathan R., "The Tradition of the Throne Vision in the Second Temple Period: Daniel 7:9-10, 1 Enoch 14:18-23, and the Book of Giants (4Q530) ," RdQ 25 (2012), 451-466  
Puech, Émile, "Nouvelles identifications de manuscrits bibliques dans la grotte 4 : 4QRoisª (4Q54a) et 4QRoisb-4Q54b(?) ou 4QIss-4Q69c(?) ," RdQ 25 (2012), 467-472
Ravasco, Andrea, "Saul and the Feast of Weeks: 1Sam 10:4 in 4QSama and Later Tradition ," RdQ 25 (2012), 473-480  


Anthonioz, Stéphanie, "Review: Reinhard G. Kratz, Prophetenstudien. Kleine Schriften II,Forschungen zum Alten Testament 74 ," RdQ 25 (2012), 481-483
Puech, Émile, "Review: J. Frey, C. Claußen und N. Kessler (eds.), Qumran und die Archäologie: Texte und Kontexte ," RdQ 25 (2012), 483-491
Rey, Jean-Sébastien, "Review: Marcus K. M. Tso, Ethics in the Qumran Community: An Interdisciplinary Investigation ," RdQ 25 (2012), 492-493
Puech, Émile, "Review: Shani L. Berrin, The Pesher Nahum Scroll from Qumran: An Exegetical Study of 4Q169 ," RdQ 25 (2012), 493-499

Volume 25 (2011)


Rogland, Max, "Eggs and Vipers in Isaiah 59 and the Qumran Hodayot ," RdQ 25 (2011), 3-16
AbstractThis article examines the clause למזורות יבקעו אפעה ושוא בהתרומם גליהם in 1QHa X 29-30 [II 27-28], which is widely viewed as an intertextual “echo” of וְהַזּוּרֶה תִּבָּקַע אֶפְעֶה in Isa 59:5. Both passages contain many philological and exegetical difficulties, however, making it difficult to discern the connection between the two texts. As a result, many scholars maintain that, in the Hodayot, אפעה does not mean “viper” as it does in Biblical and Rabbinic Hebrew but rather means something like “wickedness” or “vanity”. This article seeks to clarify the correct interpretation of Isa 59:5 and to shed light upon its subsequent echo in 1QHa X. It argues that אפעה is best understood as “viper” in the Hodayot texts and that the discrepancy between Isa 59:5 and 1QHa X is not as great as is often assumed.
Dimant, Devorah, "Pseudo-Ezekiel and the Apocryphon of Jeremiah C in Perspective ," RdQ 25 (2011), 17-39
AbstractThe article reviews recent discussions on various aspects of Pseudo- Ezekiel and the Apocryphon of Jeremiah C, published since the first edition appeared in 2001. The survey shows that the division to these two compositions is valid and is dictated by the different literary and thematic character of each one. The article also rejects the separation of 4Q390 from other copies of the Apocryphon of Jeremiah C and reiterates the arguments for identifying it as a copy of the Apocryphon. In addition the article points to several issues which have not been addressed by the scholarly discussions. Among them are the particular way of reworking the Hebrew Bible and adopted by each composition, the complex biblical exgesis supporting the idea of resurrection of the righteous in Pseudo-Ezekiel, and the meaning and import of the affinity shown by the Apocryphion of Jeremiah to the Qumran sectarian literature.
Jassen, Alex, "What Exactly is Prohibited in the Field? A New Suggestion for Understanding the Text and Context of CD 10:20-21 ," RdQ 25 (2011), 41-62
AbstractThis article examines a passage in the Damascus Document’s Sabbath Code that has long eluded full explanation. CD 10:20-21 seems to proscribe an individual from walking through a field on the Sabbath, though the precise details of the law are unclear. The uncertainty regarding the meaning of this passage is due in large part to the apparent textual corruption found in the medieval manuscript of the Damascus Document (MS A). Analysis of this passage begins by examining the textual evidence along with a review of the merits and drawbacks of the three primary explanations proposed by Solomon Schechter, Louis Ginzberg, and Chaim Rabin. This article argues that the full meaning of this passage and its correct emendation can only be understood through exploration of its legal-exegetical use of Isa 58:13. A more nuanced treatment of the exegetical technique of this passage argues in favor of the general interpretation of this passage as a prohibition against traveling through one’s field on the Sabbath to assess what tasks need to be done after the Sabbath. Examination of CD 10:20-21 in the context of its exegetical reformulation of Isa 58:13 brings into sharper focus the textual difficulties and provides a context for the emendation of CD 10:20-21 proposed here.
Puech, Émile. , "Khirbet Qumrân et les Esséniens ," RdQ 25 (2011), 63-102  
AbstractIn the course of the discoveries of the caves with scrolls and of the excavations of Khirbet Qumran, the Essene hypothesis became generally accepted despite some opposition. But during the last two decades, a surge of contradictory opinions has attempted to dismiss the case. This note presents a history and a status quæstionis of researches and tries to show that the accepted identification has not yet been overthrown, since it raises fewer questions without proper answers than the proposed hypotheses which contradict each other.
Livneh, Atar, "Judgment and Revenge: The Exodus Account in Jubilees 48 ," RdQ 25 (2011), 161-175  
AbstractThis paper analyzes the Exodus account in Jub. 48 as a story of judgment and revenge. The Jubilean author reworks the two-fold promise given by God to Abraham in the Covenant between the Pieces in two units (vv. 2–8, 9–19) in order to demonstrate that the plagues constitute the “judgment” God pledges to bring upon the nation enslaving his descendants and that the Israelites would leave Egypt with great wealth. He further depicts Moses’ commissioning as serving to execute judgment upon the Egyptians, reinforcing the Leitmotif of “taking revenge.”
Fröhlich, Ida, "Medicine and Magic in Genesis Apocryphon. Ideas on Human Conception and its Hindrances ," RdQ 25 (2011), 177-198  
AbstractGenesis Apocryphon, a paraphrase of selected narratives from Genesis was written with an exegetical purpose. One of the author’s main exegetical interests is in proving that the purity of certain female characters endangered in unusual situations was defended; attesting their purity leads to confirming the geneological purity of their offspring. This exegetical object is served by extending the biblical narrative with additions of medical nature. The biblical tradition is inserted on two points. The first is the odd dialogue of Lamech, Noah’s future father with his wife Batenosh about the origin of the child she was expecting (1Q20 2.1-18). Batenosh recalls as a proof of her conception her sexual pleasure (‘dynh) felt during a past intercourse with her husband. The second narrative addition in the work is the information about the pestilential spirit (rwÌ’) which caused impotence in Pharaoh’s court, following Sarah’s taking away from Abraham and bringing her into the court of Pharaoh (1Q20 20.12-32). The spirit made unable Pharaoh to have sexual relations with Sarah. The additions in Genesis Apocryphon witness not only an interest of the author in medical lore but also to his good familiarity with various branches of contemporary medicine and healing methods. The words of Batenosh’s argumentation seems to reflect medical ideas phrased in Greek medical tradition, and perhaps an awareness of the author with some written tradition. The idea of the demonic origin of a dysfunction of the human body, and its healing method—exorcism through the laying on of hands—is based on the ancient Near Eastern medical concept of magical healing.
Kratz, Reinhard G., "Der Penal Code und das Verhältnis von Serekh ha-Yachad (S)und Damaskusschrift (D) ," RdQ 25 (2011), 199-227  
AbstractThis article provides a detailed comparison of the two versions of the Penal Code in Serekh ha-Yachad (S) and the Damascus Document (D) and argues for a literary dependency with the prority of S. The argument includes a discussion of the different methodological approaches and the interrelation between historical, sociological, traditio-historical and literary- or redactioncritical aspects. Furthermore, the relationship between S and D is compared to the biblical analogy of the rerwriting of the Covenant Code in Deuteronmy.
Bar-Asher Siegal, Elitzur A., "Who Separated From Whom and Why? A Philological Study of 4QMMT ," RdQ 25 (2011), 229-256  
AbstractThe incomplete phrase ] פרשנו מרוב הע [ from 4QMMT is often read as פרשנו מרוב העם . Translated as “we have separated ourselves from the multitude/ majority of the people,” this line stands at the heart of many discussions concerning the composition of 4QMMT and is allegedly the Qumran community’s self-perception of their relationship with the other Jewish fractions, specifically referring to their schism with the rest of the nation. Based on a philological study of the components of this line I propose the following alternative reading: פרשנו מרוב הע[מים [. I argue that considering the intertextual relationships between 4QMMT with the relevant passages from Deuteronomy and Ezra, and examining the uses of the root פרש in the relevant contexts in the Targumin and in rabbinic texts that this alternative reading should be the default one, or at least as plausible as the common one. Consequently, I examine how this reading should influence our understanding of the nature of 4QMMT.
Gillihan, Yonder Moynihan, "The גר Who Wasn’t There: Fictional Aliens in the Damascus Rule ," RdQ 25 (2011), 257-305  
AbstractThe several sectarian texts from among the DSS that contain references to גרים pose significant problems for the historian. How should we translate the term—“permanent resident alien,” as in Scripture, or “Gentile proselyte,” as in rabbinic literature? Why do some texts, such as the Damascus Rule and 4QLots, treat the גר positively, while others, such as 4QFlorilegium, are entirely hostile to them? In view of the sect’s general rejection of outsiders, especially Gentiles, in texts such as the War Rule and 4QMMT, how can the positive references to גרים be explained? Widely varying solutions have been proposed, all of which assume that the term גר designates a real social group within the sect. This essay tentatively proposes an alternative thesis: while גר seems to designate Gentile converts in sectarian texts, the category is a legal fiction created on the basis of Scripture—it seems highly unlikely that Gentiles ever joined the sect. Positive portraits of גרים in sectarian texts come from interest in crafting halakah for the pre-eschatological age that reflects scriptural law as faithfully as possible. Since throughout Scripture the גר is portrayed as participating in Israelite assemblies, cultic worship, and juridical activity, and since numerous laws protect them from abuse and guarantee their access to material support when in need, the laws of D and other texts provide for similar inclusion. The Covenanters also thought of the גר ’s inclusion as temporary: eschatologically oriented texts show anticipation that the land, people, and cult of Israel would be purged entirely of Gentiles, including “good” גרים . This purge of Gentiles would at last fulfill God’s command to Moses, to rid the land of idolatrous peoples. My proposal describes a consistent, if complex, attitude toward גרים in all sectarian texts that treat them. It also highlights the complexity of the Covenanters’ halakah: some laws were intended to be followed in the present but not in restored Israel; others could not be followed at all in the present but would be at the restoration; still others could be followed partially now, but only fully with restoration. A few laws could neither be followed in the present nor in restored Israel, but had to be included in sectarian halakah due to the recurrence of their themes throughout Scripture. In this last category are laws that treat גרים positively.


Puech, Émile. , "Un nouveau fragment 7a de 4QGn-Ex a = 4QGn-Ex 1 et quelques nouvelles lectures et identifications du manuscrit 4Q1 ," RdQ 25 (2011), 103-111  
Machiela, Daniel A., Perrin, Andrew B. , "That you may know everything from him with certainty': A New Reading in 4QEnGiantsb ar (4Q530) and a Literary Connection between the Book of Giants and Genesis Apocryphon ," RdQ 25 (2011), 113-125
Puech, Émile, "4Q530 9-10 – Addenda et corrigenda ," RdQ 25 (2011), 127-131  
Muraoka, Takamitsu, "A Recent Re-Edition of the Genesis Apocryphon ," RdQ 25 (2011), 307-326  


Drawnel, Henryk, "Review: Jonathan Ben-Dov, Head of All Years: Astronomy and Calendars at Qumran in their Ancient Context ," RdQ 25 (2011), 133-136
Fuller, Russell, "Review: Emanuel Tov, Scribal Practices and Approaches Reflected in the Texts Found in the Judean Desert ," RdQ 25 (2011), 136-139
Puech, Émile, "Review: Jan Gunneweg, Annemie Adriaens and Joris Dik (eds.), Holistic Qumran: Trans-Disciplinary Research of Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls - Proceedings of the NIAS-Lorentz Center Qumran Workshop, 21-25 April 2008 ," RdQ 25 (2011), 140-143
Puech, Émile, "Review: Eugene Ulrich, The Biblical Scrolls: Transcriptions and Textual Variants ," RdQ 25 (2011), 143-146
Puech, Émile, "Review: Ursula Schattner-Rieser, L’araméen des manuscrits de la mer Morte, I: Grammaire, Instruments pour l’étude des langues de l’Orient Ancien ," RdQ 25 (2011), 146-155
Puech, Émile, "Review: Armin Lange, Handbuch der Textfunde vom Totem Meer, Band 1: Die Handschriften biblischer Bücher von Qumran und den anderen Fundorten  ," RdQ 25 (2011), 155-156
Martone, Corrado, "Review: Peter Schäfer, Geschichte der Juden in der Antike: Die Juden Palästinas von Alexander dem Großen bis zur arabischen Eroberung ," RdQ 25 (2011), 157-158
Puech, Émile, "Review: Hanne von Weissenberg, 4QMMT: Reevaluating the Text, the Function, and the Meaning of the Epilogue ," RdQ 25 (2011), 159-160
Puech, Émile, "Review: Lawrence H. Schiffman and Shani Tzoref (eds.), The Dead Sea Scrolls at 60. Scholarly Contributions of New York University Faculty and Alumni ," RdQ 25 (2011), 327-331
Rey, Jean-Sébastien, "Review: Hillel Newman, Proximity to Power and Jewish Sectarian Groups of the Ancient Period: A Review of Lifestyle, Values, and Halakhah in the Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, and Qumran ," RdQ 25 (2011), 331-333

Volume 24 (2010)


De Crom, Dries; Verbeke, Elke; Ceulemans, Reinhart, "A Hebrew-Greek Index to 8HevXIIgr ," RdQ 24 (2010), 331-349

Gault, Brian P. , "The Fragments of Canticles from Qumran: Implications and Limitations for Interpretation ," RdQ 24 (2010), 351-371
AbstractThis article reviews the textual evidence for Canticles at Qumran, specifically examining the two “abbreviated” manuscripts (4QCanta,b) which omit segments of the canonical text. While these omissions are clearly evident, the reason for such abbreviation is anything but clear. Various motivations have been suggested to explain this phenomenon, yet many of these theories conflict with evidence in the Song or the non-biblical scrolls. While these manuscripts likely served a purpose other than transmitting Scripture, the present lack of internal and external evidence prevents further conclusions regarding the function of these fragments. Thus, scholars should avoid using 4QCanta,b as support for speculation on the use of similar fragments or the interpretation of Canticles at Qumran. Numerous questions are put forward in an attempt to advance research on the use of these fragments.
Drawnel, Henryk, "Between Akkadian tupšarr ū tu and Aramaic rps : Some Notes on the Social Context of the Early Enochic Literature  ," RdQ 24 (2010), 373-403
AbstractDuring the Persian and Hellenistic periods in Babylonia the cuneiform culture moved into the temple precincts to stay there until the extinction of cuneiform writing. The priestly groups of asipu, or incantation priests, and kalû, or lamentation priests, became main bearers of cuneiform writing and culture, astronomy, astrology and mathematics included. The influence of Late Babylonian culture on Jewish tradition is palpable in the Enochic texts and in the Visions of Levi (= VLev, the so-called Aramaic Levi Document) in the following texts: Aramaic versions of the lexical lists (VLev 32a–36), lunar visibility periods (4Q208 and 4Q209), general characterization of Babylonian magic and divination (1 En. 8:3; 4Q201 frg. 1 iv; 4Q202 frg. 1 iii). The list of sciences taught by the Watchers in 1 En. 8:3 closely corresponds to what we know today about the profession of the Babylonian asipu. Such an influence together with the critical attitude towards the asipu disguised as Watchers is most probably due to the Jewish appropriation of the Aramaic version of Babylonian scholarship; it is not certain how the appropriation occurred, although the intermediary of the Aramaic scribes, sepiru, might be assumed. There are no historical accounts to prove that the Jewish scribes in Babylonia were trained in the highly sophisticated and profoundly specialized areas of cuneiform scholarly literature.
Kottsieper, Ingo, "אות und ערב . Ein Beitrag zum hebräischen Lexikon und zum Verhältnis von CD zu 1QS  ," RdQ 24 (2010), 405-419
AbstractDie Bedeutung der hebräischen Verbalwurzel אות , die neben biblischen und rabbinischen Belegen auch in CD XX 7 und 4Q266 frag. 11,15 begegnet, ist umstritten. Da in 1QS VII 24 und VIII 34 in vergleichbaren Aussagen sich stattdessen das Hitpa{el von ערב findet, gehen einige Forscher davon aus, dass beide Ausdrücke an diesen Stellen letztlich synonym seien. Schließlich wurde kürzlich darauf verwiesen, dass in einigen Targumtexten אות mit ערב wiedergegeben wird, worin man den exegetischen Hintergrund der angenommenen Synonomie sehen könnte. Eine genaue Durchsicht der biblischen und rabbinischen Belege ergibt jedoch, dass אות Handlungen bezeichnet, die erwünscht oder nutz- bzw. interessenorientiert sind. Diese Bedeutung liegt offenkundig auch in den CD-Belegen vor. Eine Analyse der Aussagen von CD und 1QS zeigt, dass der Wechsel in der Terminologie sich einem Wechsel der Aussageintention und nicht einem synonymen Gebrauch beider Wörter verdankt. Und eine Analyse der Targumtexte ergibt, dass die Wiedergabe mit ערב dort das Ergebnis einer späteren Entwicklung der palästinischen Targumtradition ist und zudem ערב eine völlig andere Konnotation aufweist. The meaning of Hebrew אות – known not only from the Bible and rabbinic texts but also found in CD XX 7 and 4Q266 frag. 11,15 – is debatted. Since in comparable contexts, 1QS VII 24 and VIII 34 has ערב hitpa{el instead of אות , some assume both to be synonymous. Finally, it was pointed out that some Targums translate אות using ערב which could be taken as the exegetical background of the alleged synonymity. But an analysis of the biblical and rabbinical texts reveals that אות denotes a desirable acting or an acting lead by benefit or interest – a meaning also to be found in CD. On the other hand, the terminological change between CD and 1QS is obviously based on a change of intention and not on a synonymity of both words. Finally, an analysis of the targumic texts reveals, that the use of ערב there is the result of a later development and that ערב is used in a completely different meaning.
Goldman, Liora, "Dualism in the Visions of Amram ," RdQ 24 (2010), 421-432

Puech, Émile, "L’épigraphie de Qumrân : son apport à l’identification du site ," RdQ 24 (2010), 433-440  

Heger, Paul, "Qumranic Marriage Prohibitions and Rabbinic Equivalents ," RdQ 24 (2010), 441-451

Drawnel, Henryk, "The Initial Narrative of the Visions of Amram and Its Literary Characteristics ," RdQ 24 (2010), 517-554

Adams, Samuel L. , "Rethinking the Relationship between 4QInstruction and Ben Sira ," RdQ 24 (2010), 555-583

Angel, Joseph L. , "The Liturgical-Eschatological Priest of the Self-Glorification Hymn ," RdQ 24 (2010), 586-605

Strawn, Brent A. , "David as One of the 'Perfect of (the) Way': On the Provenience of David’s Compositions (and 11QPs a as a Whole?) ," RdQ 24 (2010), 607-626


Geiger, Gregor, "Dagim (1QIsa a 15:11): Fischer ," RdQ 24 (2010), 453-456  
Puech, Émile. , "Notes sur le manuscrit araméen 4Q201 = 4QHénoch a: à propos d’un livre récent ," RdQ 24 (2010), 627-649  


Rey, Jean-Sébastien, "Review: André Lemaire, Simon C. Mimouni, Qoumrân et le judaïsme du tournant de notre ère : Actes de la Table Ronde, Collège de France, 16 novembre 2004 ," RdQ 24 (2010), 457-460
Martone, Corrado; Abate, Emma, "La fine del regno di Sedecia ," RdQ 24 (2010), 460-461
Clements, Ruth A.; Sharon, Nadav; Wortzman, Hannah, "Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (January-December 2009) ," RdQ 24 (2010), 463-511

Volume 24 (2009)


Dimant, Devorah, "Sectarian and Non-Sectarian Texts from Qumran: The Pertinence and Usage of Taxonomy ," RdQ 24 (2009), 7-18

Zanella, Francesco, "Sectarian' and 'Non-Sectarian' Texts: A Possible Semantic Approach ," RdQ 24 (2009), 19-34

Lange, Armin, "Satanic Verses: The Adversary in the Qumran Manuscripts and Elsewhere ," RdQ 24 (2009), 35-48  

Schuller, Eileen M. , "Women in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Some Observations from a Dictionary ," RdQ 24 (2009), 49-59

Gzella, Holger, "Dating the Aramaic Texts from Qumran: Possibilities and Limits ," RdQ 24 (2009), 61-78  

Brooke, George J. , "Pesher and Midrash in Qumran Literature: Issues for Lexicography ," RdQ 24 (2009), 75-95

Harrington, Hannah K. , "What is the Semantic Field of the Lexemes טהר and טמא in the Dead Sea Scrolls?” ," RdQ 24 (2009), 97-114

Schiffman, Lawrence H. , "Halakhic Terminology in the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 24 (2009), 115-133

Hempel, Charlotte, "Do the Scrolls Suggest Rivalry Between the Sons of Aaron and the Sons of Zadok and If So was It Mutual?” ," RdQ 24 (2009), 135-193

Elgvin, Torleif, "From Secular to Religious Language in 4QInstruction ," RdQ 24 (2009), 155-163

Fabry, Heinz-Josef, "The ThWQ—Perspectives of the First International Symposium of the Advisory Board 2008 ," RdQ 24 (2009), 165-172

Regev, Eyal, "The Archaeology of Sectarianism: Ritual, Resistance and Hierarchy in Kh. Qumran ," RdQ 24 (2009), 175-213
AbstractThe archeological record from kh. Qumran is examined without regard to the scrolls in order to understand the ‘ideology' of the inhabitants and whether they can be defined as a sect. The enormous quantity of tableware indicates ritualization of meals to the exclusion of others (implying strong social boundaries), a practice that is common among elite groups. Resistance is manifested in the animal bone deposits which attest to meat consumption as a sacred ritual. Resistance is also expressed by the distinctive and identical mode of burial. Social hierarchy and ritualization are indicated by ritual baths with multiple partitions. Several rings may also indicate the presence of women. In conclusion, the rituals and resistance are consistent with sectarian ideology. The connection between the inhabitants of kh. Qumran and the YaÌad sect is probable, although not necessarily direct.
Kugel, James L. , "On the Interpolations in the Book of Jubilees ," RdQ 24 (2009), 215-272
AbstractA number of recent studies have suggested that the Book of Jubilees may be the product of more than one author: contradictions within Jubilees raise the possibility that this book, like other works of the Second Temple period, may have undergone revision in the course of its transmission. Building on these earlier studies, the present article seeks to identify the source of those contradictions. It distinguishes 29 passages in Jubilees, all of which are characterized by certain stereotypical phrases and other common characteristics. They are the work of an interpolator who sought to incorporate his own ideas and practices into the book. An absolute determinist, he believed that Israel’s history and all the laws of the Torah had been written long ago in the “Heavenly Tablets.” For this reason he sought to claim, wherever possible, that this or that law found later in the Pentateuch had actually been inaugurated by Noah, Abraham, Jacob, or other early figures. He championed a calendar which required no human sightings of the new moon – its succession of 30-day months, with four additional, extramensual days, had been predetermined for eternity. Similarly, he turned the Feast of Weeks into the Feast of Oaths, thereby eliminating any need for humans to count off seven weeks as prescribed in the Pentateuch. All these changes bear the same stamp and are further distinguished by their unique terminology. In inserting these 29 passages, the interpolator frequently misunderstood or deliberately distorted what the original author of Jubilees had said – thus creating contradictions and inconsistencies in the book as we know it. If these 29 passages are excised, one obtains an altogether smoothly flowing text, and the true nature of the original book of Jubilees may be seen clearly. Its author had a rather different ideology and a very different purpose in writing.


Urciuoli, Emiliano Rubens, "A Suffering Messiah at Qumran? Some Observations on the Debate about 1QIsa a ," RdQ 24 (2009), 273-281
Hamidović, David, "Le retour au temple de Jerusalem (4Q173a olim 4Q173 5)?” ," RdQ 24 (2009), 283-286
Puech, Émile. , "4Q173a: Note epigraphique ," RdQ 24 (2009), 287-290  
Gillihan, Yonder Moynihan, "Posture or Gesture? A Note on לשוח / לשח In the Qumran Penal Codes ," RdQ 24 (2009), 291-296


Rey, Jean-Sébastien. , "Review: Christian Grappe and Jean-Claude Ingelaere (eds.), Le Temps et les Temps: dans les littératures juives et chrétiennes au tournant de notre ère ," RdQ 24 (2009), 297-300
Clements, Ruth A.; Sharon, Nadav, "Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (July-December 2008) ," RdQ 24 (2009), 301-328

Volume 23 (2008)


Collins, John J. , "In memoriam John Strugnell ," RdQ 23 (2008), 309-311

Hultgren, Stephen, "4Q521 , the Second Benediction of the Tefilla , the Hasidim , and the Development of Royal Messianism ," RdQ 23 (2008), 313-340  
AbstractComparison of 4Q521 2 ii 1-15 with the second benediction of the Tefilla shows that 4Q521 has roots in the liturgy of the Palestinian synagogue in the late 2nd century BC, and not at Qumran. The Tefilla (at least in part) and the Psalms of Solomon come from the Ìasîdîm, and it is likely that 4Q521 was also written among the Ìasîdîm. Particularly characteristic of the Ìasîdîm as revealed in these texts were belief in the resurrection of the dead and a fervent hope for a Davidic messiah. It is likely that משיחו in 4Q521 2 ii 1 is a reference to an exalted Davidic messiah. 4Q521 is important evidence for the development of royal messianism in Palestinian Judaism, and it may help explain the development of the idea of a miracle-working messiah as we find it in the Jesus tradition.
Bekkum, Wout Jacques van. , "Qumran Hymnology and Piyyut : Contrast and Comparison ," RdQ 23 (2008), 341-356  
AbstractPoetical compositions found in manuscripts and scrolls from Qumran may have much in common with Hebrew liturgical poetry (Piyyu†) from the first to the seventh centuries CE, the hymnology of the late antique and early medieval synagogue. In this contribution I should like to present a few observations pertaining to both Qumran poetry and the Piyyu† of the so-called preclassical and classical period (third-seventh centuries), firstly, on their relationship to biblical chant, specifically the Book of Psalms; secondly on their liturgical purposes and their position as official or unofficial parts of Jewish hymnography; and thirdly, on theological and aesthetic appreciation of these types of Jewish poetry by religious authority.
Birenboim, Hannan, "‘The Place Which the Lord Shall Choose,’ the ‘Temple City’ and the ‘Camp’ in 11QT a ," RdQ 23 (2008), 357-369  
AbstractAll religious groups of Jewish society in the Second Temple period were faced with the need to resolve a basic contradiction. The model of sanctity in the book of Leviticus distinguishes two levels of sanctity: (a) the area of the Tabernacle and (b) that of the tribes around it. The book of Deuteronomy, however, recognizes one single focus of sanctity — “the place which the Lord shall choose” — which is not linked to the model of the desert encampment. There are various attempts in the literature of the Second Temple period to resolve this contradiction. To my mind, the Temple Scrolla expresses the view that the “chosen place” is Jerusalem, which was chosen as a permanent substitute for the Temple and the Temple court, implying that the future temple would occupy the entire area of the city: Jerusalem is a “holy encampment” and a “temple city.”
Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "Lady Folly and Her House in Three Qumran Manuscripts: On the Relation between 4Q525 15, 5Q16 , and 4Q184 ," RdQ 23 (2008), 371-381  
AbstractThe manuscript 5Q16, hitherto not identified, overlaps with 4Q525 15, and should be regarded as a second copy of the composition which has been entitled Beatitudes. The article gives a composite text of the poem of 4Q525 15 and 5Q16 1+2, 5, which describes the house of Lady Folly, and discusses its structure and content. The correspondences between 4Q525 and 4Q184 are discussed in some detail, and it is argued that Qimron’s suggestion that these are copies of one and the same composition, Words of Solomon, is plausible.
García Martínez, Florentino, "¿Sectario, no-sectario, o qué? Problemas de una taxonomía correcta de los textos qumránicos ," RdQ 23 (2008), 383-394

Machiela, Daniel A. , "Who is the Aramean in Deut 26:5 and what is He Doing? Evidence of a Minority View from Qumran Cave 1 ( 1QapGen 19.8) ," RdQ 23 (2008), 395-403  

Ravasco, Andrea, "Reflections about the Textual Transmission of the Books of Samuel ," RdQ 23 (2008), 405-413  

Sinclair, Lawrence A. , "Climate at Qumran During the Hellenistic and Roman Periods ," RdQ 23 (2008), 415-427  

Debel, Hans, "The Lord Looks at the Heart' (1 Sam 16:7): 11QPs a 151 A-B as a 'Variant Literary Edition' of Ps 151 LXX ," RdQ 23 (2008), 459-473  
AbstractBasing itself on an earlier translation-technical examination of the two extant textual witnesses of Ps 151,∞∞∞(1) the present study aimed at further investigating the interrelation of Ps 151 LXX and Ps 151A-B. In this respect, it has been examined whether a pattern of textual variants could be isolated in Ps 151A, in order to substantiate the claim that Ps 151 LXX and Ps 151A-B represent ‘variant literary editions’. It has been observed that three units of ‘pluses’ immediately stand out in Ps 151A and that, when taken together, they remarkably exhibit a midrash to 1 Sam 16,7. While Ps 151 LXX is only a ‘paraphrase’ of the events recounted in 1 Sam 16-17 in autobiographical style, a creative scribe has enriched its Vorlage with a midrash in Ps 151A, emphasising that God does not judge man according to his outward appearance, but according to his inner dedication, as it is exemplified in the preference given to David over his brothers. Most likely, both editions of Ps 151 are not directly connected to each other, but ultimately depend on a common ancestor, which has been here termed ‘edition n’, indicating that this edition was not necessarily the first edition of this psalm. As both editions were derived independently from this now lost ‘edition n’, they have been designated as ‘edition (n+1)a’ and ‘edition (n+1)b’.
Werrett, Ian C. , "A Scroll in One Hand and a Mattock in the Other: Latrines, Essenes, and Khirbet Qumran ," RdQ 23 (2008), 475-489  
AbstractIn the fall of 2006, dozens of humorously titled articles, such as “Biblical Latrine: Ancient Parasites Show That Cleanliness May Have Been Next To Sickliness” and “How Toilet Habits Killed off Dead Sea Scrolls Sect,” appeared in The New York Times, The Independent, MSNBC and a variety of other mainstream publications around the world. These non-academic articles detailed the discovery of a purportedly ancient latrine to the northwest of Qumran, which, according to a recent article in Revue de Qumran by Joe Zias, James Tabor, and Stephanie Harter-Lailheugue proves that the individuals who lived at the site of Qumran during the Second Temple period were none other than the Jewish sect known as the Essenes. Based upon certain bioarchaeological evidence from the Qumran plateau, the witness of Josephus, who describes the defecation habits of the Essenes (Bellum 2.147-49), and a passage from the Temple Scroll, which calls for latrines to be built 3,000 cubits to the northwest of the “city of the Temple” (11Q19 46.13-16; cf. Deut 23:12-14), Zias et al claim that the authors of the Dead Sea Scrolls understood their community to be a physical replacement for the Temple (cf. 4Q174 1 2 i 6; 1QS 9.4-6) and, as such, they attempted to protect the “city of the Temple” (i.e., Qumran) from the impurity of excrement by building communal latrines to the northwest of their habitation. In contrast to Zias et al’s approach, which is founded upon a systematic reading of the Greek and Qumran sources, the following paper will attempt to establish the Dead Sea Scroll's position on the subject of excrement by focusing on the archaeological and literary evidence from Qumran (1QM 7.6b-7; 4Q265 6 2; 4Q472a 2-4; and 11Q19 46.13-16). In the end, it will be argued that the evidence at our disposal is inconsistent and that it cannot be used to recreate a cohesive and consistent approach on the subject of defecation at Qumran.
Bar-Asher, Moshe, "On the Language of ‘ The Vision of Gabriel ’ ," RdQ 23 (2008), 491-524  


Crawford, Sidnie White, Hoffmann, Christopher A. , "A Note on 4Q365 , Frag. 23 and Nehemiah 10:33-36 ," RdQ 23 (2008), 429-430
Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "A Forgotten Qumran Cave 4 Deuteronomy Fragment ( 4Q38d = 4QDeut u ) ," RdQ 23 (2008), 525-528  
Eshel, Hanan, "A Note on 11QPs d Fragment 1 ," RdQ 23 (2008), 529-531  
Stökl Ben Ezra, Daniel, "Deconstructing the So-Called Genesis Apocryphon from Masada ( Mas 1m or MasapocrGen ) ," RdQ 23 (2008), 533-542  
Puech, Émile. , "Le Testament de Lévi araméen, Cambridge a – b et f: Corrigenda et addenda ," RdQ 23 (2008), 543-561  
Zias, Joseph E. , "A Scroll in One Hand and a Mattock in the Other: A Response ," RdQ 23 (2008), 563-567  


Clements, Ruth A.; Sharon, Nadav, "The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (July-December 2008) ," RdQ 23 (2008), 431-456
Puech, Émile. , "Review: Martin G. Abegg et al., The Dead Sea Scrolls Concordance. Vol. 1: The Non-Biblical Texts from Qumran ," RdQ 23 (2008), 569-572
Puech, Émile. , "Review: Lorenzo DiTommaso, The Dead Sea 'New Jerusalem' Text ," RdQ 23 (2008), 572-574
Clements, Ruth A., Sharon, Nadav, "The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (January-June 2007) ," RdQ 23 (2008), 575-602

Volume 23 (2007)


Drawnel, Henryk, "Moon Computations in the Aramaic Astronomical Book ," RdQ 23 (2007), 3-41  

Dimant, Devorah, "Two Discourses from the Apocryphon of Joshua and Their Context ( 4Q378 3 i-ii) ," RdQ 23 (2007), 43-61  

Schultz, Brian, "The Kittim of Assyria ," RdQ 23 (2007), 63-77  

Adler, Yonatan, "Identifying Sectarian Characteristics in the Phylacteries from Qumran ," RdQ 23 (2007), 79-92  

Hugo, Philippe; Kottsieper, Ingo; Steudel, Annette, "Notes paléographiques sur 4QSam a (4Q51) (le cas de 2 Sam 3 ) ," RdQ 23 (2007), 93-108  

Clements, Ruth A., Sharon, Nadav, "The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (July-December 2006) ," RdQ 23 (2007), 109-149

Nam, Roger S. , "How to Rewrite Torah: The Case for Proto-Sectarian Ideology in the Reworked Pentateuch ( 4QRP ) ," RdQ 23 (2007), 153-165  

Heger, Paul, "The Development of Qumran Law: Nistarot , Niglot and the Issue of 'Contemporization' ," RdQ 23 (2007), 167-206  

Reymond, Eric D. , "Sirach 51:13-30 and 11Q5 (=11QPs a ) 21.11-22.1 ," RdQ 23 (2007), 207-231  

Dimant, Devorah, "The Volunteers in the Rule of the Community : A Biblical Notion in Sectarian Garb ," RdQ 23 (2007), 233-245  

Hogeterp, Albert L. A. , "The Eschatology of the Two Spirits Treatise Revisited ," RdQ 23 (2007), 247-259  

Elgvin, Torleif; Werrett, Ian, "4Q472a in Infrared Light: Latrine Manual Down the Drain ," RdQ 23 (2007), 261-268  

Rey, Jean-Sébastien. , "Review: Archie T. Wright, The Origin of Evil Spirits: The Reception of Genesis 6.1-4 in Early Jewish Literature ," RdQ 23 (2007), 269-270

Clements, Ruth A., Sharon, Nadav, "The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (January-June 2007) ," RdQ 23 (2007), 271-306

Volume 22 (2006)


Steudel, Annette, "In Memoriam: Prof. Dr. Hartmut Stegemann ," RdQ 22 (2006), 327-333

Puech, Émile. , "In Memoriam: Jósef Tadeusz Milik ," RdQ 22 (2006), 335-339

Ulrich, Eugene C. , "A Revised Edition of the 1QpaleoLev-Num a and 1QpaleoLev b ? Fragments ," RdQ 22 (2006), 341-347  

Alexander, Philip S. , "The Qumran Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice and the Celestial Hierarchy of Dionysius the Areopagite: A Comparative Approach ," RdQ 22 (2006), 349-372  

Dimant, Devorah, "Israel's Subjugation to the Gentiles as an Expression of Demonic Power in Qumran Documents and Related Literature ," RdQ 22 (2006), 373-388  

Hempel, Charlotte, "The Literary Development of the S Tradition--A New Paradigm ," RdQ 22 (2006), 389-401  

Jassen, Alex P. , "Intertextual Readings of the Psalms in the Dead Sea Scrolls: 4Q160 (Samuel Apocryphon) and Psalm 40 ," RdQ 22 (2006), 403-430  

Stökl, Jonathan, "The Book Formerly Known as Genesis: A Study of the Use of Biblical Language in the Hebrew Fragments of the Book of Jubilees ," RdQ 22 (2006), 431-449  

Hallermayer, Michaela; Elgvin, Torleif, "Schøyen ms. 5234: Ein neues Tobit-fragment Vom Toten Meer ," RdQ 22 (2006), 451-461  

Broshi, Magen, "Qumran and the Essenes: Purity and Pollution, Six Categories ," RdQ 22 (2006), 463-474  

Borukhov, Eli, "The Oil Festival: A Comment ," RdQ 22 (2006), 475-478  

Zias, Joseph E. , "Qumran Toilet Practices: A Response to a Response ," RdQ 22 (2006), 479-481  

Rey, Jean-Sébastien. , "Review: Yuval Shahar, Josephus Geographicus: The Classical Context of Geography in Josephus ," RdQ 22 (2006), 483-484

Clements, Ruth A., Sharon, Nadav, "The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (July-December 2005) ," RdQ 22 (2006), 485-515

Gilders, William K. , "Blood Manipulation Ritual in the Temple Scroll ," RdQ 22 (2006), 519-545  

Drawnel, Henryk, "Priestly Education in the Aramaic Levi Document ( Visions of Levi ) and Aramaic Astronomical Book ( 4Q208-211 ) ," RdQ 22 (2006), 547-574  

Latour, Élie. , "Une proposition de reconstruction de l’ Apocryphe de Moïse (1Q29, 4Q375, 4Q376, 4Q408) ," RdQ 22 (2006), 575-591  

Reynolds, Bennie H. III. , "What are Demons of Error? The Meaning of שידי טעותא and Israelite Child Sacrifices ," RdQ 22 (2006), 593-613  

Dimant, Devorah, "The Composite Character of the Qumran Sectarian Literature as an Indication of its Date and Provenance ," RdQ 22 (2006), 615-630  

Zias, Joseph E., Tabor, James D., Harter-Lailheugue, Stephanie, "Toilets at Qumran, the Essenes, and the Scrolls: New Anthropological Data and Old Theories ," RdQ 22 (2006), 631-640  

Clements, Ruth A., Sharon, Nadav, "The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (January-June 2006) ," RdQ 22 (2006), 665-704

Martone, Corrado, "Auteurs cités – Réferences bibliques – Textes de Qumrân – Apocryphes – Littérature rabbinique ," RdQ 22 (2006), 705-750

Volume 22 (2005)


Puech, Émile. , "In memoriam André Caquot ," RdQ 22 (2005), 3-5

Hultgren, Stephen, "A New Literary Analysis of CD XIX-XX, part II: CD XIX:32b-XX:34. The Punctuation of CD XIX:33b-XX:1a and the Identity of the 'New Covenant' ," RdQ 22 (2005), 7-32  

Heger, Paul, "Qumran Exegesis: 'Rewritten Torah' or Interpretation?” ," RdQ 22 (2005), 61-87  

Puech, Émile. , "Les fragments eschatologiques de 4QInstruction (4Q416 1 et 4Q418 69 ii, 81-81a, 127) ," RdQ 22 (2005), 89-119  

Puech, Émile. , "Les fragments eschatologiques de 4QInstruction (4Q416 i et 4Q418 69 ii, 81-81a, 127 ," RdQ 22 (2005), 89-119

Długosz, Dariusz, "Qumrân au Musée du Louvre ," RdQ 22 (2005), 121-129  

Puech, Émile. , "Review: James H. Charlesworth and Henry W. L. Rietz, eds., Th e Dead Sea Scrolls: Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek Texts with English Translations. Vol. 4A, Pseudepigraphic and Non-Masoretic Psalms and Prayers ," RdQ 22 (2005), 131-134

Puech, Émile. , "Review: James H. Charlesworth and Carol A Newsom, eds., The Dead Sea Scrolls: Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek Texts with English Translations. Vol. 4B, Angelic Liturgy: Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice ," RdQ 22 (2005), 134-136

Puech, Émile. , "Review: James H. Charlesworth et al., eds., The Dead Sea Scrolls, Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek Texts with English Translation. Vol 6B: Pesharim, Other Commentaries and Related Documents ," RdQ 22 (2005), 136-139

Clements, Ruth A., Sharon, Nadav, "The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (July- December 2004) ," RdQ 22 (2005), 141-162

Leuenberger, Martin, "Aufbau und Pragmatik des 11QPs a -Psalters ," RdQ 22 (2005), 165-211  

Heger, Paul, "Did Prayer Replace Sacrifice at Qumran?” ," RdQ 22 (2005), 213-233  

Green, Dennis, "Halakhah at Qumran?' The Use of the Root הלך in the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 22 (2005), 235-251  

García Martínez, Florentino, "La Bible d'Alexandrie au miroir de Qumrân ," RdQ 22 (2005), 253-268

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "Notes on the Ezekiel Scroll from Masada ( MasEzek ) ," RdQ 22 (2005), 269-275  

Magness, Jodi, "Toilet Practices at Qumran: A Response ," RdQ 22 (2005), 277-278  

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Ulrich Dahmen, Psalmen- und Psalter-Rezeption im Frühjudentum ," RdQ 22 (2005), 279-281  

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Crispin H. T. Fletcher-Louis, All the Glory of Adam ," RdQ 22 (2005), 281-285

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Tal Ilan, Lexicon of Jewish Names in Antiquity: Part 1 ," RdQ 22 (2005), 285-287

Puech, Émile. , "Review: T. Muraoka and J. F. Elwolde, eds., Diggers at the Well ," RdQ 22 (2005), 287-289

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Catherine M. Murphy, Wealth in the Dead Sea Scrolls and in the Qumran Community ," RdQ 22 (2005), 289-291

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Kevin P. Sullivan, Wrestling with Angels ," RdQ 22 (2005), 291-294

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Joseph A. Fitzmyer, Tobit ," RdQ 22 (2005), 294-296

Rey, Jean-Sébastien. , "Review: James R. Davila, The Dead Sea Scrolls as Background to Post-biblical Judaism and Early Christianity ," RdQ 22 (2005), 296-298

Elengabeka, Elvis, "Review: Uri Ehrlich, The Nonverbal Language of Prayer ," RdQ 22 (2005), 298-299

Clements, Ruth A., Sharon, Nadav, "The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (January-June 2005) ," RdQ 22 (2005), 301-323

Volume 21 (2004)


García Martínez, Florentino, "Apocryphal, Pseudepigraphical and Para-Biblical Texts from Qumran ," RdQ 21 (2004), 365-377

Puech,, Émile, . , "Morceaux de sagesse populaire en araméen: 4QProverbes araméen (=4Q569) ," RdQ 21 (2004), 379-386

Martone, Corrado, "Biblical or Not Biblical? Some Doubts and Questions ," RdQ 21 (2004), 387-394  

Fröhlich, Ida, "From Pseudepigraphic to Sectarian ," RdQ 21 (2004), 395-406  

Swanson, Dwight D. , "How Scriptural is Re-Written Bible?” ," RdQ 21 (2004), 407-427  

Schiffman, Lawrence H. , "Pseudepigrapha in the Pseudepigrapha: Mythical Books in Second Temple Literature ," RdQ 21 (2004), 429-438  

Eisenman, Robert H. , "An Esoteric Relation between Qumran's 'New Covenant in the Land of Damascus' and the New Testament's 'Cup of the New Covenant in (His) Blood'?” ," RdQ 21 (2004), 439-456  

Batsch, Christophe, "Le 'pacifisme des Esséniens,' un mythe historiographique ," RdQ 21 (2004), 457-468

Puech, Émile. , "Le fragment 2 de 4Q377, Pentateuque apocryphe B: l`exaltation de moïse ," RdQ 21 (2004), 469-475

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "On the Unidentified Fragments of DJD XXXIII and PAM 43.680: A New Manuscript of 4QNarrative and Poetic Composition , and Fragments of 4Q13 , 4Q269 , 4Q525 and 4QSb (?) ," RdQ 21 (2004), 477-485  

Broshi, Magen; Eshel, Hanan, "Zias' Qumran Cemetery ," RdQ 21 (2004), 487-489  

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: Moshe Bar-Asher and Devorah Dimant, eds., Meghillot: Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls, Volume 1 ," RdQ 21 (2004), 491-492

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: Laura Gusella, Esperienze di Communità nel Giudaismo Antico: Esseni, Terapeuti, Qumran ," RdQ 21 (2004), 492-494

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: Michael Sokoloff, A Dictionary of Judean Aramaic ," RdQ 21 (2004), 494-496

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: Emanuela Zurli, La giustificazione 'solo per grazia' negli scritti di Qumran: Analisi dell'inno finale della regola, della comunità e degli inni ," RdQ 21 (2004), 496-499

Clements, Ruth A., Zilberfarb-Eshkoli, Shelly, "The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (August-December 2003) ," RdQ 21 (2004), 505-525

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "`These are the names of the spirits of …`: A Preliminary Edition of 4QCatalogue of Spirits ( 4Q230 ) and New Manuscript Evidence for the Two Spirits Treatise ( 4Q257 and 1Q29a ) ," RdQ 21 (2004), 529-547  

Hultgren, Stephen, "A New Literary Analysis of CD XIX-XX, part 1: CD XIX:1-32a (with CD VII:4b-VIII:18b). The Midrashim and the 'Princes of Judah' ," RdQ 21 (2004), 549-578  

Harter, Stephanie, Bouchet, Françoise, Mumcuoglu, Kosta Y., Zias, Joe E. , "Toilet Practices Among Members of the Dead Sea Scrolls Sect at Qumran (100 BCE-68CE) ," RdQ 21 (2004), 579-584  

Höffken, Peter, "Zu der Jesajahandschrift 1QJes b und ihrer Textgliederung ," RdQ 21 (2004), 585-595  

Rothstein, David, "Women's Testimony at Qumran: The Biblical and Second Temple Evidence ," RdQ 21 (2004), 597-614  

Baxter, Wayne, "1QSb: Old Divisions Made New ," RdQ 21 (2004), 615-629  

Nickelsburg, George W. E. , "The Greek Fragments of 1 Enoch from Qumran Cave 7: An Unproven Identification ," RdQ 21 (2004), 631-634  

Popović, Mladen, "A Note on the Reading of שמונה and עמוד השני in 4Q186 2 i 7 ," RdQ 21 (2004), 635-641  

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "Minuscula Qumranica I ," RdQ 21 (2004), 643-648

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Matthew J. Goff, The Worldly and Heavenly Wisdom of 4QInstruction ," RdQ 21 (2004), 649-652

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Eibert J. C. Tigchelaar, To Increase Learning for the Understanding Ones: Reading and Reconstructing the Fragmentary Early Jewish Sapiential Text 4QInstruction ," RdQ 21 (2004), 652-655

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Johannes Un-Sok Ro, Die sogenannte "Armenfrömmigkeit" im nachexilischen Israel ," RdQ 21 (2004), 655-656

Rey, Jean-Sébastien. , "Review: Catherine Hezser, ed., Rabbinic Law in its Roman and Near Eastern Context ," RdQ 21 (2004), 656-658

Clements, Ruth A., Zilberfarb-Eshkoli, Shelly, "The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (January-June 2004) ," RdQ 21 (2004), 659-673

Martone, Corrado, "Auteurs cités--Réferences bibliques--Textes de Qûmran--Apocryphes--Littérature rabbinique ," RdQ 21 (2004), 675-722

Volume 21 (2003)


Norton, Jonathan, "Observations on the Official Material Reconstructions of Sefer ha-Milhamah ( 11Q14 and 4Q285 ) ," RdQ 21 (2003), 3-27  

Weissenberg, Hanne von. , "4QMMT- Towards an Understanding of the Epilogue ," RdQ 21 (2003), 29-45  

Hempel, Charlotte, "The Community and its Rivals According to the Community Rule from Caves 1 and 4 ," RdQ 21 (2003), 47-81  

Zias, Joseph E. , "Qumran Archaeology: Skeletons with Multiple Personality Disorders and Other Grave Errors ," RdQ 21 (2003), 83-98  

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "Notes on the Readings of the DJD Editions of 1Q and 4QMysteries ," RdQ 21 (2003), 99-107  

Tromp, Johannes, "On Human Disobedience to the Order of Creation (4Q521, fr.2 and Latin Life of Adam and Eve 29c) ," RdQ 21 (2003), 109-115  

Jacobson, Howard, "4Q368 fg. 3 ," RdQ 21 (2003), 117-118  

Puech, Émile. , "Review: David Goodblatt, Avital Pinnick, and Daniel R. Schwartz, Historical Perspectives: From the Hasmoneans to Bar Kokhba in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 21 (2003), 120-121

Puech, Émile. , "Review: A. Yardeni, Textbook of Aramaic, Hebrew, and Nabataean Documentary Texts from the Judaean Desert and Related Material ," RdQ 21 (2003), 121-124

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Shemaryahu Talmon, Masada VI: The Yigael Yadin Excavations 1963-1965. Final Reports: Hebrew Fragments from Masada; and Yigael Yadin, The Ben Sira Scroll from Masada ," RdQ 21 (2003), 125-128

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Pancratius C. Beentjes, The Book of Ben Sira in Hebrew: A Text Edition of All Extant Hebrew Manuscripts and a Synopsis of All Parallel Hebrew Ben Sira Texts ," RdQ 21 (2003), 128-129

Puech, Émile. , "Review: E. D. Herbert, Reconstructing Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls: A New Method Applied to the Reconstruction of 4QSam a ," RdQ 21 (2003), 129-130

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Andrew Fincke, The Samuel Scroll from Qumran: 4QSam a Restored and Compared to the Septuagint and 4QSam c ," RdQ 21 (2003), 130-132

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Judah K. Lefkovits, The Copper Scroll--3Q15: A Reevaluation ," RdQ 21 (2003), 133-135

Clements, Ruth A., Zilberfarb-Eshkoli, Shelly, "Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (December 2002-February 2003) ," RdQ 21 (2003), 137-161

Elledge, Casey D. , "Exegetical Styles at Qumran: A Cumulative Index and Commentary ," RdQ 21 (2003), 165-208  

Puech, Émile. , "La conception de la vie future dans le livre de la Sagesse et les manuscrits de la Mer Morte: un aperçu ," RdQ 21 (2003), 209-232

Regev, Eyal, "The Yahad and the Damascus Covenant : Structure, Organization, and Relationship ," RdQ 21 (2003), 233-262  

Wee, John Zhu-En, "A Model for the Composition and Purpose of Columns XV-XIV of the War Scroll ( 1QM ) ," RdQ 21 (2003), 263-283  

Kottsieper, Ingo, "Zur Syntax von 1QS II 24F. und seiner Bedeutung in 1QS II 19-III 12 ," RdQ 21 (2003), 285-295  

Puech, Émile. , "Notes sur le Testament du Lévi de la grotte 1 (1Q21) ," RdQ 21 (2003), 297-310

Puech, Émile. , "Un autre manuscrit du Lévitique ," RdQ 21 (2003), 311-313

Puech, Émile. , "Notes sur le manuscrit des Juges 4Q50 a ," RdQ 21 (2003), 315-319

Lukaszewski, Albert L. , "An Alternative Reading of 11Q18 Fragment 17 ( 11QNew Jerusalem ) ," RdQ 21 (2003), 321-323  

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Annette Steudel, ed., Die Texte aus Qumran II: Hebraïsch/Aramaïsch und Deutsch mit masoretischer Punktuation, Übersetzung und Anmerkungen ," RdQ 21 (2003), 325-326

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Gershon Brin, The Concept of Time in the Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 21 (2003), 326-327

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Maxine Grossman, Reading for History in the Damascus document: A Methodological Study ," RdQ 21 (2003), 328-329

Clements, Ruth A., Zilberfarb-Eshkoli, Shelly, "Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (March 2003-July 2003) ," RdQ 21 (2003), 331-361

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Avital Pinnick, The Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (1995-2000) ," RdQ 21 (2003), 119.-

Volume 20 (2002)


Doering, Lutz, "Jub 50:6-13 als Schlussabschnitt des Jubiläenbuchs - Nachtrag aus Qumran oder ursprünglicher Bestandteil des Werks?” ," RdQ 20 (2002), 359-387  

Jain, Eva, "Die materielle Rekonstruktion von 1QJes b (1Q18) und einige bisher nicht edierte Fragmente dieser Handschrift ," RdQ 20 (2002), 389-409  

Himbaza, Innocent, "Le Décalogue du Papyrus Nash, Philon, 4Qphyl G, 8Qphyl 3 et 4Qmez A ," RdQ 20 (2002), 411-428

Metso, Sarianna, "Qumran Community Structure and Terminology as Theological Statement ," RdQ 20 (2002), 429-444  

Zurli, Emanuela, "La giustificazione 'solo per grazia' in 1QS X, 9-XI e 1QH(a) ," RdQ 20 (2002), 445-477

Dahmen, Ulrich, "New Identifications and Re-Groupings of Psalms Fragments from Qumran Cave I and IV ," RdQ 20 (2002), 479-485  

Knohl, Israel, "The Date and Innovation of the Messianic Hymns ," RdQ 20 (2002), 487-489  

Martone, Corrado, "Review: Studies on the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature ," RdQ 20 (2002), 491-492

Maurer, Alexander, "Review: Timo Eskola, Theodicy and Predestination in Pauline Soteriology ; G. Bodendorfer and M. Millard, eds., Bibel und Midrasch ," RdQ 20 (2002), 492-494

Emanuel, David, "Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls: November 2001 - May 2002 ," RdQ 20 (2002), 495-508

Puech, Émile. , "Le Testament de Lévi en araméen de la Geniza du Caire ," RdQ 20 (2002), 511-556

Steinmann, Andrew E. , "The Chicken and the Egg: A New Proposal for the Relationship Between the Prayer of Nabonidus and the Book of Daniel ," RdQ 20 (2002), 557-570  

Dahmen, Ulrich, "Neu identifizierte Fragmente in den Deuteronomium-Handschriften vom Toten Meer ," RdQ 20 (2002), 571-581  

Dahmen, Ulrich, "Neu identifizierte Fragmente in den Deuteronomium-Handscriften vom Toten Meer ," RdQ 20 (2002), 571-581  

Poirier, John C. , "4Q464: Not Eschatological ," RdQ 20 (2002), 583-587  

Lukaszewski, Albert L. , "This' or 'That': The Far Demonstrative Pronoun in 1QapGen II 6 ," RdQ 20 (2002), 589-592  

Puech, Émile. , "Review: J. H. Charlesworth, ed., The Dead Sea Scrolls. Vol. 2 ; Shalom M. Paul, Michael E. Stone, and Avital Pinnick (eds.), `Al Kanfei Yonah ," RdQ 20 (2002), 593-597

Emanuel, David, "Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls: May 2002 - November 2002 ," RdQ 20 (2002), 599-623

Martone, Corrado, "Auteurs cités--Réferences bibliques--Textes de Qûmran--Apocryphes--Littérature rabbinique ," RdQ 20 (2002), 625-663

Volume 20 (2001)


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Grossman, Maxine L. , "Reading 4QMMT : Genre and History ," RdQ 20 (2001), 3-22  

Lim, Timothy H. , "The Alleged Reference to the Tripartite Division of the Hebrew Bible ," RdQ 20 (2001), 23-37  

Vielhauer, Roman, "Materielle Rekonstruktion und historische einordnung der Beiden Pescharim zum Hoseabuch ( 4QpHos a und 4QpHos b ) ," RdQ 20 (2001), 39-91

Wacholder, Ben Zion, "The Omer Polemics in 4Q513 Fragments 3-4: Is Ananni Their Author?” ," RdQ 20 (2001), 93-108  

Kugler, Robert A., VanderKam, James C. , "A Note on 4Q225 ( 4QPseudo-Jubilees ) ," RdQ 20 (2001), 109-116  

Wechsler, Michael G. , "Who Can Restore It...?': An Alternative Reading of 11QtgJob XXV, 5 ( ad 34:29) ," RdQ 20 (2001), 117-119  

Puech, Émile. , "Identification de nouveaux manuscrits bibliques: Deutéronome et Proverbes dans les débris de la grotte 4 ," RdQ 20 (2001), 121-127  

Puech, Émile. , "Un autre fragment du Psaume 122 en 4Q522 ( 4Q522 26) ," RdQ 20 (2001), 129-132  

Berthelot, Katell, "Review: Lawrence H. Schiffman and James C. VanderKam, eds., The Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 20 (2001), 133-136

Długosz, Darius, "Review: Piotr Muchowski, Rękopisy znad Morza Martego: Qumran, Wadi Murraba`at, Masada, Nachal Chewer ; and Komentarze do rękopisów znad Morza Martego ," RdQ 20 (2001), 136-137

Pinnick, Avital, "Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (May-October 2000) ," RdQ 20 (2001), 139-163

Gillet-Didier, Véronique. , "Calendrier lunaire, calendrier solaire et gardes sacerdotales: Recherches sur 4Q321 ," RdQ 20 (2001), 171-205  

Wacholder, Ben Zion, "Calendar Wars between the 364 and the 365-Day Year ," RdQ 20 (2001), 207-222  

Jokiranta, Jutta, "Sectarianism' of the Qumran 'Sect': Sociological Notes ," RdQ 20 (2001), 223-239  

Peursen, Willem Th. van. , "Qumran Origins: Some Remarks on the Enochic/Essene Hypothesis ," RdQ 20 (2001), 241-253  

Zahn, Molly M. , "Schneiderei oder Weberei? Zum Verständnis der Diachronie der Tempelrolle ," RdQ 20 (2001), 255-286  

Puech, Émile. , "Dieu le Père dans les écrits péritestamentaires et les manuscrits de la mer Morte ," RdQ 20 (2001), 287-310  

Broshi, Magen; Eshel, Hanan, "Radiocarbon Dating and The Messiah Before Jesus ," RdQ 20 (2001), 311-317  

Shemesh, Aharon, "A Note on 4Q339 : 'List of False Prophets' ," RdQ 20 (2001), 319-320  

Song, Chang-Hyun (Michel). , "Review: Johannes Zimmerman, Messianische Texte aus Qumran ," RdQ 20 (2001), 321-322

Emanuel, David, "Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (November 2000 - September 2001) ," RdQ 20 (2001), 323-355

Volume 19 (2000)


Röhrer-Ertl, Olav, "Über die Gräberfelder von Khirbet Qumran, insbesondere die Funde der Campagne 1956; I: Anthropologische Datenvorlage und Erstauswertung aufgrund der Collectio Kurth ," RdQ 19 (2000), 3-46  

Alexander, Philip S. , "A Reconstruction and Reading of 4Q285 ( 4QSefer ha-Milhamah ) ," RdQ 19 (2000), 333-348  

Duhaime, Jean, "Les voies des deux esprits (1QS iv 2-14): Une analyse structurelle ," RdQ 19 (2000), 349-367  

Shemesh, Aharon, "The Holiness According to the Temple Scroll ," RdQ 19 (2000), 369-382  

Trebolle Barrera, Julio, "A 'Canon within a Canon': Two Series of Old Testament Books Differently Transmitted, Interpreted and Authorized ," RdQ 19 (2000), 383-399  

De Troyer, Kristin, "Once More, the So-called Esther Fragments of Cave 4 ," RdQ 19 (2000), 401-422  

Van de Water, Rick, "Reconsidering Palaeographic and Radiocarbon Dating of the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 19 (2000), 423-439  

Lacerenza, Giancarlo, "Un nouveau fragment en écriture paléo-hébraïque ," RdQ 19 (2000), 441-447  

Puech, Émile. , "Note additionnelle sur le fragment en paléo-hébreu ," RdQ 19 (2000), 449-451  

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "More on 4Q264A ( 4QHalakha A or 4QWays of Righteousness c ?) ," RdQ 19 (2000), 453-456  

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Saul M. Olyan, A Thousand Thousands Served Him: Exegesis and the Naming of Angels in Ancient Judaism ," RdQ 19 (2000), 457-459

Steudel, Annette, "Review: Émile Puech, Qumrân Grotte 4.XVIII: Textes Hébreux (4Q521-4Q528, 4Q576-4Q579) (DJD 25) ," RdQ 19 (2000), 459-465

Pinnick, Avital, "Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls (October 1999--May 2000) ," RdQ 19 (2000), 467-495

García Martínez, Florentino, "Adam Simon van der Woude, 1927-2000 ," RdQ 19 (2000), 501-505

Fraade, Steven D. , "To Whom it may Concern: 4QMMT and its Addressee(s) ," RdQ 19 (2000), 507-526  

Dimant, Devorah, "Resurrection, Restoration, and the Time-Curtailing in Qumran, Early Judaism and Christianity. ," RdQ 19 (2000), 527-548  

Fincke, Andrew, "4QSam a Cols. I-IV ," RdQ 19 (2000), 549-606  

Puech, Émile. , "Sur la dissimilation de l'interdentale 'd' en araméen qumranien; a propos d'un chaînon manquant. ," RdQ 19 (2000), 607-616  

Puech, Émile. , "Un nouveau fragment du manuscrit b de l'Ecclésiaste (4QQohélet b ou 4Q110) ," RdQ 19 (2000), 617-621  

Puech, Émile, Steudel, Annette, "Un Nouveau Fragment du Manuscrit 4QInstruction c (XQ7 = 4Q417-4Q418) ," RdQ 19 (2000), 623-627  

Broshi, Magen, "Matrimony and Poverty: Jesus and the Essenes ," RdQ 19 (2000), 629-634  

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Loren T. Stuckenbruck, The Book of Giants from Qumran ," RdQ 19 (2000), 635-638

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Stefan Enste, Kein Markustext in Qumran: Eine Untersuchung der These: Qumran-Fragment 7Q5=Mk 6,52-53 ," RdQ 19 (2000), 639-640

Martone, Corrado, "Auteurs cités--Réferences bibliques--Textes de Qûmran--Apocryphes--Littérature rabbinique ," RdQ 19 (2000), 641-687

Volume 19 (1999)


Röhrer-Ertl, Olav; Rohrhirsch, Ferdinand; Hahn, Dietbert, "Über die Gräberfelder von Khirbet Qumran, insbesondere die Funde der Campagne 1956; I: Anthropologische Datenvorlage und Erstauswertung aufgrund der Collectio Kurth ," RdQ 19 (1999), 3-47  

Xeravits, Géza G. , "Précisions sur le texte original et le concept messianique de CD 7:13-8:1 et 19:5-14 ," RdQ 19 (1999), 47-59

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "More Identifications of Scraps and Overlaps ," RdQ 19 (1999), 61-68  

Harding, James E. , "The Wordplay between the Roots כשל and שכל in the Literature of the Yahad ," RdQ 19 (1999), 69-82  

Murphy, Catherine M. , "The Disposition of Wealth in the Damascus Document Tradition ," RdQ 19 (1999), 83-129  

Steudel, Annette, "There Are No Further Columns in the Temple Scroll ," RdQ 19 (1999), 131-136  

Strugnell, John, "The Historical Background to 4Q468g [= 4Qhistorical B ] ," RdQ 19 (1999), 137-138  

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: James H. Charlesworth et al., eds., Qumran-Messianism: Studies on the Messianic Expectations in the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 19 (1999), 139-141

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: James C. VanderKam, Calendars in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Measuring Time ," RdQ 19 (1999), 142-144

Stemberger, Günter. , "Review: Florentino García Martínez, Testi di Qumran ," RdQ 19 (1999), 148-151

Pinnick, Avital, "Orion Center Bibliography (May 1998-January 1999) ," RdQ 19 (1999), 153-168

Berthelot, Katell, "La notion de גר dans les textes de Qumrán ," RdQ 19 (1999), 171-216  

Baumgarten, Joseph M. , "Corrigenda to the 4Q MSS of the Damascus Document ," RdQ 19 (1999), 217-225  

Puech, Émile. , "Les fragments 1 à 3 du Livre des Gíants de la grotte 6 ( pap 6Q8 ) ," RdQ 19 (1999), 227-238  

Kraus, Thomas J. , "7Q5 : Status quaestionis und grundlegende Anmerkungen zur Relativierung der Diskussion um das Papyrusfragment ," RdQ 19 (1999), 239-257  

Puech, Émile. , "Un nouveau manuscrit de la Genèse de la grotte 4: 4Q483 = pap4Genèse o ," RdQ 19 (1999), 259-260  

Puech, Émile. , "Une nouvelle copie du Livre des Jubilés : 4Q484 = pap4Jubilés j ," RdQ 19 (1999), 261-264  

Brin, Gershon, "Reading in 4Q524 frs. 15-22--DJD XXV ," RdQ 19 (1999), 265-271  

Broshi, Magen, "Was Qumran a Crossroads?” ," RdQ 19 (1999), 273-276  

Rogland, Max, "A Note on Performative Utterances in Qumran Aramaic ," RdQ 19 (1999), 277-280  

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: Craig A. Evans and Peter W. Flint, eds., Eschatology, Messianism, and the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 19 (1999), 281-283

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: Rudolf Mosis, Gesammelte Aufsätze zum Alten Testament ," RdQ 19 (1999), 284-285

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: Stanley E. Porter and Craig A. Evans., eds., The Scrolls and the Scriptures: Qumran Fifty Years After ," RdQ 19 (1999), 285-290

Pinnick, Avital, "Orion Center Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls: February-September 1999 ," RdQ 19 (1999), 291-329

Volume 19 (1998)


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Puech, Émile. , "In memoriam: l'abbé Maurice Baillet (1923-1998) ," RdQ 19 (1998), 339-341

Puech, Émile. , "In Memoriam L'Abbé Maurice Baillet (1923-1998) ," RdQ 19 (1998), 339-341  

Skehan, Patrick W.; Ulrich, Eugene; Flint, Peter, "The Preliminary Edition of 4QPsc (4Q85) ," RdQ 19 (1998), 343-353  

Skehan, Patrick W., Ulrich, Eugene C., Flint, Peter W. , "The Preliminary Edition of 4QPs c (4Q85) ," RdQ 19 (1998), 343-357  

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "Sabbath Halakhah and Worship in 4QWays of Righteousness: 4Q421 11 and 13 + 2 + 8 par 4Q264a 1-2 ," RdQ 19 (1998), 359-372  

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "Sabbath Halakha and Worship in 4QWays of Righteousness: 4Q421 11 and 13+2+8 PAR 4Q264a 1-2 ," RdQ 19 (1998), 359-372  

Lucassen, Birgit, "Josua, Richter und CD ," RdQ 19 (1998), 373-396  

Holmén, Tom, "Divorce in CD 4:20-5:2 and 11QT 57:17-18 Some Remarks on the Pertinence of the Question ," RdQ 19 (1998), 397-408  

Holmén, Tom, "Divorce in CD 4:20-5:2 and in 11QT 57:17-18: Some Remarks on the Pertinence of the Question ," RdQ 19 (1998), 397-408  

Shemesh, Aharon; Werman, Cana, "Hidden Things and Their Revelation ," RdQ 19 (1998), 409-427  

Puech, Émile. , "L'alphabet cryptique a en 4QSe (4Q259), The cryptical alphabet in 4QSe (4Q259)” ," RdQ 19 (1998), 425-435  

Puech, Émile. , "L'alphabet cryptique A en 4QS e (4Q259) ," RdQ 19 (1998), 429-435

Puech, Émile. , "Review: James H. Charlesworth et al., eds., The Dead Sea Scrolls . Vol. 1, The Rule of the Community and Related Documents ," RdQ 19 (1998), 441-445

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Florentino García Martínez and Eibert J. C. Tigchelaar, eds., The Dead Sea Scrolls Study Edition. Vol. 1, 1Q1-4Q273 ," RdQ 19 (1998), 446-447

Puech, Émile. , "Review: Sarianna Metso, The Textual Development of the Qumran Community Rule ," RdQ 19 (1998), 448-453

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "Review: Michael Chyutin, The New Jerusalem Scroll from Qumran: A Comprehensive Reconstruction ," RdQ 19 (1998), 453-457

Długosz, Dariusz, "In Praise of Josef Tadeusz Milik ," RdQ 19 (1998), 495-496

Stegemann, Hartmut, "More Identified Fragments of 4QD d ( 4Q269 ) ," RdQ 19 (1998), 497-509  

Dimant, Devorah, "4Q386 ii-iii—A Prophecy on Hellenistic Kingdoms?” ," RdQ 19 (1998), 511-529  

Flint, Peter W., Alvarez, Andrea E. , "Two Biblical Scrolls from Nahal Hever ( XHev/SeNum b and XHev/SeDeut ) ," RdQ 19 (1998), 531-540  

Bockmuehl, Markus, "Redaction and Ideology in the Rule of the Community (1QS/4QS) ," RdQ 19 (1998), 541-560  

Instone Brewer, David, "Nomological Exegesis in Qumran 'Divorce' Texts ," RdQ 19 (1998), 561-579  

Nebe, G. Wilhelm, "4Q174 , 1-2, I, 6f im Lichte von Sektenschrift und Jub 2,22 ," RdQ 19 (1998), 581-587  

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "הבא ביחד in 4QInstruction (4Q418 64 + 199 + 66 par 4Q417 1 i 17-19) and the Height of the Columns of 4Q418 ," RdQ 19 (1998), 589-593  

Martone, Corrado, "Review: Paolo Sacchi, Jewish Apocalyptic and Its History ," RdQ 19 (1998), 597-602

Grelot, Pierre, "Review: Madeleine Taradach and Joan Ferrer, Un Targum de Qohéleth ," RdQ 19 (1998), 602-603

García Martínez, Florentino, Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "Bibliography of the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 19 (1998), 605-639

Jacobson, Howard, "11Q30 , fgs 8-10 ," RdQ 19 (1998), 595.-

Volume 18 (1997)


Beckwith, Roger T. , "The Temple Scroll and Its Calendar: Their Character and Purpose ," RdQ 18 (1997), 3-19  

Brin, Gershon, "Studies in 4Q424 1-2 ," RdQ 18 (1997), 21-42  

Duncan, Julia A. , "Excerpted Texts of Deuteronomy at Qumran ," RdQ 18 (1997), 43-62  

Fabry, Heinz-Josef, "Der Begriff 'Torah' in der Tempelrolle ," RdQ 18 (1997), 63-72  

Becker, Michael, "4Q521 und die Gesalbten ," RdQ 18 (1997), 73-96  

Elgvin, Torleif, "4Q474 : A Joseph Apocryphon?” ," RdQ 18 (1997), 97-108  

Puech, Émile. , "Notes sur 11Q19 LXIV 6-13 et 4Q524 14, 2-4 : À propos de la crucifixion dans le Rouleau du Temple et dans le judaïsme ancien ," RdQ 18 (1997), 109-124  

Schmidt, Francis, "Astrologie juive ancienne: Essai d'interprétation de 4QCryptique ( 4Q186 ) ," RdQ 18 (1997), 125-141  

Baumgarten, Joseph M. , "Some Notes on 4Q408 ," RdQ 18 (1997), 143-144  

Xeravits, Géza G. , "Notes sur le 11QPs a Creat 7-9 ," RdQ 18 (1997), 145-148  

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: George J. Brooke, ed., The Allegro Qumran Collection: Supplement to the Dead Sea Scrolls on Microfiche ," RdQ 18 (1997), 149-153

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: Gershon Brin, Issues in the Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls and Studies in Biblical Law: From the Hebrew Bible to the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 18 (1997), 153-155

Steudel, Annette, "Review: Eugene C. Ulrich and James C. VanderKam, eds., The Community of the Renewed Covenant: The Notre Dame Symposium on the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 18 (1997), 156-160

Puech, Émile. , "Quelques résultats d'un nouvel examen du Rouleau de Cuivre (3Q15) ," RdQ 18 (1997), 163-190  

Pérez Fernández, Miguel, "4QMMT : Redactional Study ," RdQ 18 (1997), 191-205  

Sharp, Carolyn J. , "Phinehan Zeal and Rhetorical Strategy in 4QMMT ," RdQ 18 (1997), 207-222  

Shemesh, Aharon, "The Origins of the Laws of Separatism: Qumran Literature and Rabbinic Halacha ," RdQ 18 (1997), 223-241  

Uchelen, Nikolaas (Nico) A. van. , "Halakhah at Qumran?” ," RdQ 18 (1997), 243-253  

Puech, Émile. , "Messianisme, eschatologie et résurrection dans les manuscrits de la mer Morte ," RdQ 18 (1997), 255-298  

Hempel, Charlotte, "The Text of 4QD a ( 4Q266 ) 2 ii 3 ," RdQ 18 (1997), 299-301  

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "4Q499 48 + 47 (par 4Q369 1 ii): A Forgotten Identification ," RdQ 18 (1997), 303-306  

Muro, Jr., Ernest A. , "The Greek Fragments of Enoch from Qumran Cave 7 ( 7Q4 , 7Q8 , & 7Q12 = 7QEn gr = Enoch 103:3-4, 7-8) ," RdQ 18 (1997), 307-312  

Puech, Émile. , "Sept fragments grecs de la lettre d'Hénoch ( 1Hén 100, 103 et 105) dans la grotte 7 de Qumrân (= 7QHéngr ) ," RdQ 18 (1997), 313-323  

Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "Some More Small 11Q1 Fragments ," RdQ 18 (1997), 325-330  

Lemaire, André. , "Un fragment araméen inédit de Qumrân ," RdQ 18 (1997), 331-333  

Volume 17 (1996)


Puech, Émile , García Martínez, Florentino, "Avant-Propos ," RdQ 17 (1996), 1-3

Puech, Émile. , "Józef Tadeusz Milik ," RdQ 17 (1996), 5-10

Ulrich, Eugene C., Skehan, Patrick W. , "An Edition of 4QIsa e Including the Former 4QIsa l ," RdQ 17 (1996), 23-36  

Pfann, Stephen J. , "4QDaniel d ( 4Q115 ): A Preliminary Edition with Critical Notes ," RdQ 17 (1996), 37-71  

García Martínez, Florentino, Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C. , "Psalms Manuscripts from Qumran Cave 11: A Preliminary Edition ," RdQ 17 (1996), 73-107  

Collins, John J. , "Pseudo-Daniel Revisited ," RdQ 17 (1996), 111-135  

Flint, Peter W. , "4QPseudo-Daniel ar c ( 4Q245 ) and the Restoration of the Priesthood ," RdQ 17 (1996), 137-150  

Nitzan, Bilhah, "4Q302/302A ( Sap. A ): Pap. Praise of God and Parable of the Tree. A Preliminary Edition ," RdQ 17 (1996), 151-173  

Eshel, Esther, "4Q471B : A Self-glorification Hymn ," RdQ 17 (1996), 175-203  

Elgvin, Torleif, "Wisdom in the Yahad: 4QWays of Righteousness ," RdQ 17 (1996), 205-232  

Pike, Dana M. , "The 'Congregation of YHWH' in the Bible and at Qumran ," RdQ 17 (1996), 233-240  

Puech, Émile. , "Jonathan le Prêtre Impie et les débuts de la Communauté de Qumrân, 4QJonathan (4Q523) et 4QPsAp (4Q448) ," RdQ 17 (1996), 241-270  

Lemaire, André. , "Nouveaux fragments du Rouleau du Templ e de Qumrân ," RdQ 17 (1996), 271-274  

Nebe, G. Wilhelm, "Die beiden griechischen Briefe des Jonatan Archivs in Engedi aus dem zweiten jüdischen Aufstand 132-135 nach Chr., The Two Greek Letters of Jonathan's Archive in Ein Gedi from the Second Jewish Revolt 132-135 C. E.” ," RdQ 17 (1996), 275-289  

Parry, Donald W. , "Retelling Samuel : Echoes of the Books of Samuel in the Dead Sea Scrolls ," RdQ 17 (1996), 293-306  

Crawford, Sidnie White, "Has Esther Been Found at Qumran? 4QProto-Esther and the Esther Corpus ," RdQ 17 (1996), 307-325  

Grelot, Pierre, "Les noms de parenté dans le livre de Tobie ," RdQ 17 (1996), 327-337  

Nickelsburg, George W. E. , "The Search for Tobit's Mixed Ancestry: A Historical and Hermeneutical Odyssey ," RdQ 17 (1996), 339-349  

Kugler, Robert A. , "Some Further Evidence for the Samaritan Provenance of Aramaic Levi ( 1QTestLevi ; 4QTestLevi ) ," RdQ 17 (1996), 351-358  

VanderKam, James C. , "Jubilees' Exegetical Creation of Levi the Priest ," RdQ 17 (1996), 359-373  

Woude, Adam S. van der. , "Once Again: The Wicked Priest in the Habakkuk Pesher from Cave 1 of Qumran ," RdQ 17 (1996), 375-384  

Brooke, George J. , "4Q252 as Early Jewish Commentary ," RdQ 17 (1996), 385-401  

Charlesworth, James H., Strawn, Brent A. , "Reflections on the Text of Serekh ha-Yahad Found in Cave IV ," RdQ 17 (1996), 403-435  

Alexander, Philip S. , "The Redaction-History of Serekh ha-Yahad : A Proposal ," RdQ 17 (1996), 437-456  

Davila, James R. , "The Hodayot Hymnist and the Four Who Entered Paradise ," RdQ 17 (1996), 457-478  

Stegemann, Hartmut, "Some Remarks to 1QSa , to 1QSb and to Qumran Messianism ," RdQ 17 (1996), 479-505  

Steudel, Annette, "The Eternal Reign of the People of God: Collective Expectations in Qumran Texts ( 4Q246 and 1QM ) ," RdQ 17 (1996), 507-525  

Seely, David Rolph, "The 'Circumcised Heart' in 4Q434 Barki Nafshi ," RdQ 17 (1996), 527-535  

Strugnell, John, "More on Wives and Marriage in the Dead Sea Scrolls ( 4Q416 2 ii 21 [Cf. 1 Thess 4:4] and 4QMMT § B) ," RdQ 17 (1996), 537-547  

Harrington, Daniel J. , "The Raz Nihyeh in a Qumran Wisdom Text ( 1Q26, 4Q415-418, 423 ) ," RdQ 17 (1996), 549-553  

Schiffman, Lawrence H. , "The Construction of the Temple according to the Temple Scroll ," RdQ 17 (1996), 555-571  

Muraoka, Takamitsu, "Notae Qumranicae Philologicae ," RdQ 17 (1996), 573-583  

Maier, Johann, "Messias oder Gesalbter? Zu einem übersetzungs und Deutungsproblem in den Qumrantexten ," RdQ 17 (1996), 585-612  

Tov, Emanuel, "Discoveries in the Judaean Desert' ," RdQ 17 (1996), 613-621

Volume 16 (1995)


Skehan, Patrick W., Ulrich, Eugene C., Flint, Peter W. , "Two Manuscripts of Psalm 119 from Qumran Cave 4 ," RdQ 16 (1995), 477-486  

Nitzan, Bilhah, "4QBerakhot a-e ( 4Q286-290 ): A Covenantal Ceremony in the Light of Related Texts," RdQ 16 (1995), 487-506  

Greenfield, Jonas C., Sokoloff, Michael, "An Astrological Text from Qumran ( 4Q318 ) and Reflections on Some Zodiacal Names ," RdQ 16 (1995), 507-525  

Pingree, David, "Appendix I: Astronomical Considerations [appendix to Jonas C. Greenfield and Michael Sokoloff, 'An Astrological Text from Qumran'] ," RdQ 16 (1995), 517-519  

Yardeni, Ada, "Appendix II: Paleographic Analysis [appendix to Jonas C. Greenfield and Michael Sokoloff, 'An Astrological Text from Qumran'] ," RdQ 16 (1995), 520-525  

Schuller, Eileen M. , "A Thanksgiving Hymn from 4QHodayot b ( 4Q428 7 ) ," RdQ 16 (1995), 527-541  

Puech, Émile. , "Restauration d'un texte hymnique à partir de trois manuscrits fragmentaires: 1QH (a) xv 37-xvi 4 (vii 34-viii 3), 1Q35 (H b ) 1, 9-14, 4Q428 (H b ) 7 ," RdQ 16 (1995), 543-558  

Elgvin, Torleif, "The Reconstruction of Sapiential Work A ," RdQ 16 (1995), 559-580  

Tov, Emanuel, "Excerpted and Abbreviated Biblical Texts from Qumran ," RdQ 16 (1995), 581-600  

Söding, Thomas, "Feindeshass und Bruderliebe: Beobachtungen zur essenischen Ethik ," RdQ 16 (1995), 601-619  

Werman, Cana, "The Rules of Consuming and Covering the Blood in Priestly and Rabbinic Law ," RdQ 16 (1995), 621-636  

Puech, Émile. , "Un autre manuscript de la Genèse récemment identifié dans les fragments de la grotte 4 ( 4QGn n ) ," RdQ 16 (1995), 637-640  

Scheepstra, S. E. , "True and Righteous Are All the Works of God: A Proposal for Reconstruction of 1QS I, 26 ," RdQ 16 (1995), 641-646  

Tov, Emanuel, "4QReworked Pentateuch: A Synopsis of Its Contents ," RdQ 16 (1995), 647-653  

Hempel, Charlotte, "Who Rebukes in 4Q477 ?” ," RdQ 16 (1995), 655-656  

Weber, Kathleen, "Is There a Qumran Parallel to Matthew 24,51//Luke 12,46?” ," RdQ 16 (1995), 657-663  

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: Klaus Beyer, Die aramäischen Texte vom Toten Meer samt den Inschriften aus Palästina, dem Testament Levis aus der Kairoer Genisa, der Fastenrolle und den alten talmudischen Zitaten ," RdQ 16 (1995), 665-667

García Martínez, Florentino, "Review: Stephen A. Reed, ed., The Dead Sea Scrolls Catalogue ," RdQ 16 (1995), 668-673

Margain, Jean, "Review: I. R. M. Bóid, Principles of Samaritan Halachah ," RdQ 16 (1995), 673-674

Volume 16 (1995)


Davila James Rohr, "Text-Type and Terminology: Genesis and Exodus as Test Cases," RdQ 16 (1995), 3-37

Muraoka Takamitsu, "Further Notes on the Aramaic of the Genesis Apocryphon," RdQ 16 (1995), 39-48

Steudel Annette, "The Houses of Prostration CD XI, 21-XII, 1 - Duplicates of the Temple (1)," RdQ 16 (1995), 49-68

Mandel Paul, "On the "Duplicate Copy" of the Copper Scroll (3Q15)," RdQ 16 (1995), 69-76

Nitzan Bilhah, "Benedictions and Instructions for the Eschatological Community (11QBer; 4Q285)," RdQ 16 (1995), 77-90

Kampen John, "A Fresh Look at the Masculine Plural Suffix in CD IV,21," RdQ 16 (1995), 91-97

Milgrom Jacob, "On the Purification Offering in the Temple Scroll," RdQ 16 (1995), 99-101

Zur Yiphtah, "Parallels between Acts of Thomas 6-7 and 4Q184," RdQ 16 (1995), 103-107

Van Rooy Harry F., "Psalms 155: One, Two or Three Texts?," RdQ 16 (1995), 109-122

García Martínez Florentino, "Notas al margen de "The Dead Sea Scrolls Uncovered"," RdQ 16 (1995), 123-150

Glessmer Uwe, "Liste der biblischen Texte aus Qumran," RdQ 16 (1995), 153-192

Fuller Russell, "4QMicah: A Small Fragment of a Manuscript of the Minor Prophets from Qumran, Cave IV," RdQ 16 (1995), 193-202

Schiffman Lawrence H., "4QMysteries b, A Preliminary Edition," RdQ 16 (1995), 203-223

Steudel Annette, "אחרית הימים‎ in the Texts from Qumran," RdQ 16 (1995), 225-246

Hachlili Rachel, "Burial Practices at Qumran," RdQ 16 (1995), 247-264

Duhaime Jean L., "Relative Deprivation in New Religious Movements and the Qumran Community," RdQ 16 (1995), 265-276

Milgrom Jacob, "The Concept of Impurity in Jubilees and the Temple Scroll," RdQ 16 (1995), 277-284

Nebe Gerhard-Wilhelm, "Nocheinmal zu Text und Übersetzung von CD VI,11-14," RdQ 16 (1995), 285-287

Nebe Gerhard-Wilhelm, "Das Sprachvermögen des Mebaqqer in Damaskusschrift XIV,10," RdQ 16 (1995), 289-291

García Martínez Florentino, "Dos notas sobre 4QMMT," RdQ 16 (1995), 293-297

Steudel AnnetteStrugnell John, "4Q408: A Liturgy on Morning and Evening Prayer Preliminary Edition," RdQ 16 (1995), 313-334

Larson Erik W.; Schiffman Lawrence H., "4Q470, Preliminary Publication of a Fragment Mentioning Zedakiah," RdQ 16 (1995), 335-349

Puech Émile, "Préséance sacerdotale et Messie-Roi dans la Règle de la Congrégation (1QSa ii 11-22)," RdQ 16 (1995), 351-365

Chyutin Michael, "The Redaction of the Qumranic and the Traditional Book of Psalms as a Calendar," RdQ 16 (1995), 367-395

Magness Jodi, "A Villa at Khirbet Qumran?," RdQ 16 (1995), 397-419

Bernstein Moshe J., "4Q252 i 2 לא ידור רוחי באדם לעולם‎: Biblical Text or Biblical Interpretation?," RdQ 16 (1995), 421-427

Puech Émile, "L'image de l'arbre en 4QDeutéro-Ézéchiel (4Q385 2,9-10)," RdQ 16 (1995), 429-440

Grelot Pierre, "Les oeuvres de la Loi (A propos de 4Q394-398)," RdQ 16 (1995), 441-448

Milgrom Jacob, "Qumran's Biblical Hermeneutics: The Case of the Wood Offering," RdQ 16 (1995), 449-456

VanderKam James C., "The Granddaughters and Grandsons of Noah," RdQ 16 (1995), 457-461

Puech Émile, "La "Forteresse des Pieux" et Kh. Qumrân: à propos du papyrus Murabba`ât 45," RdQ 16 (1995), 463-471

Fassberg Steven E.Flint Peter W., "The Compound Preposition לעל‎ in Qumran Aramaic," RdQ 16 (1995), 473-474

Skehan Patrick W.; Ulrich Eugene Charles, "Two Manuscripts of Psalm 119 from Qumran Cave 4," RdQ 16 (1995), 477-486

Nitzan Bilhah, "4QBerakhot a-e (4Q286-290): A Covenantal Ceremony in the Light of Related Texts," RdQ 16 (1995), 487-506

Greenfield Jonas C.; Sokoloff Michael, "An Astrological Text from Qumran (4Q318) and Reflections on Some Zodiacal Names," RdQ 16 (1995), 507-525

Schuller Eileen M., "A Thanksgiving Hymn from 4QHodayot b (4Q428 7)," RdQ 16 (1995), 527-541

Puech Émile, "Restauration d'un texte hymnique à partir de trois manuscrits fragmentaires: 1QH(a) xv 37 - xvi 4 (vii 34-viii 3), 1Q35 (Hb) 1,9-14, 4Q428 (Hb) 7," RdQ 16 (1995), 543-558

Elgvin Torleif, "The Reconstruction of Sapiential Work A," RdQ 16 (1995), 559-580

Tov Emanuel, "Excerpted and Abbreviated Biblical Texts from Qumran," RdQ 16 (1995), 581-600

Söding Thomas, "Feindeshass und Bruderliebe: Beobachtungen zur essenischen Ethik," RdQ 16 (1995), 601-619

Werman Cana, "The Rules of Consuming and Covering the Blood in Priestly and Rabbinic Law," RdQ 16 (1995), 621-636

Puech Émile, "Un autre manuscrit de la Genèse récemment identifié dans les fragments de la grotte 4 (4QGnn)," RdQ 16 (1995), 637-640

Scheepstra S.E., "True and Righteous Are All the Works of God: A Proposal for Reconstruction of 1QS I,26," RdQ 16 (1995), 641-646

Tov Emanuel, "4QReworked Pentateuch: A Synopsis of its Contents," RdQ 16 (1995), 647-653

Hempel Charlotte, "Who Rebukes in 4Q477?," RdQ 16 (1995), 655-656

Weber Kathleen, "Is There a Qumran Parallel to Matthew 24,51 // Luke 12,46?," RdQ 16 (1995), 657-663

Volume 15 (1992)


Puech Émile, "Jean Starcky Bibliographie," RdQ 15 (1992), 11-20

Puech Émile, "Le Testament de Qahat en araméen de la grotte 4 (4QTQah)," RdQ 15 (1992), 23-54

Smith Mark S., "4Q462 (Narrative) Fragment 1: A Preliminary Edition," RdQ 15 (1992), 55-77

Trebolle Barrera Julio César, "Édition préliminaire de 4QJuges b: Contribution des manuscrits qumrâniens des Juges à l'étude textuelle et littéraire du livre," RdQ 15 (1992), 79-100

Wise Michael Owen, "4QFlorilegium and the Temple of Adam," RdQ 15 (1992), 103-132

Baumgarten Joseph M., "On the Nature of the Seductress in 4Q184," RdQ 15 (1992), 133-143

Caquot André, "4QMess Ar 1 i 8-11," RdQ 15 (1992), 145-155

White Sidnie Ann, "Special Features of Four Biblical Manuscipts frome Cave IV, Qumran: 4QDta, 4QDTc, 4QDTd, and 4QDtg," RdQ 15 (1992), 157-167

Tov Emanuel, "Deut. 12 and 11QTemple LII-LIII: A Contrastive Analysis," RdQ 15 (1992), 169-173

Weinfeld Moshe, "God versus Moses in the Temple Scroll "I Do not Speak on my Own but on God's Authority" (Sifrei Deut. sec. 5; John 12,48f)," RdQ 15 (1992), 175-180

Delcor Mathias, "La fête des huttes dans le Rouleau du Temple et dans le Livre des Jubilés," RdQ 15 (1992), 181-198

Schiffman Lawrence H., "The Law of Vows and Oaths (Num. 30,3-16) in the Zadokite Fragments and the Temple Scroll," RdQ 15 (1992), 199-214

Brooke George J., "The Messiah of Aaron in the Damascus Document," RdQ 15 (1992), 215-230

Maier Johann, "Von Eleazar bis Zadok: CD V,2-5," RdQ 15 (1992), 231-241

Knibb Michael A., "The Interpretation of Damascus Document VII,9b - VIII,2a and XIX, 5b-14," RdQ 15 (1992), 243-251

Grelot Pierre, "Le coutumier sacerdotal ancien dans le Testament araméen de Lévi," RdQ 15 (1992), 253-263

Laperrousaz Ernest-Marie, "A propos du Maître de Justice et du Temple de Jérusalem: deux problèmes du nombre," RdQ 15 (1992), 265-274

Davies Philip R., "Communities at Qumran and the Case of the Missing "Teacher"," RdQ 15 (1992), 275-286

García Martínez Florentino, "Traditions communes dans le IVe Esdras et dans les Mss. de Qumrân," RdQ 15 (1992), 287-301

Catastini Alessandro, "Da Qumran al testo masoretico dell'Antico Testamento: Spunti metodologici per la valutazione delle varianti," RdQ 15 (1992), 303-313

Milik Joseph Thaddée, "Les modèles araméens du livre d'Esther dans la Grotte 4 de Qumrân," RdQ 15 (1992), 321-406

Eshel Hanan, "The Historical Background of the Pesher Interpreting Joshua's Curse on the Rebuilder of Jericho," RdQ 15 (1992), 409-420

Huggins Ronald V., "A Canonical "Book of Periods" at Qumran?," RdQ 15 (1992), 421-436

Bauckham Richard J., "A Quotation from 4Q Second Ezekiel in the Apocalypse of Peter," RdQ 15 (1992), 437-445

Glickler-Chazon Esther, "4QDibHam: Liturgy or Literature?," RdQ 15 (1992), 447-455

Beckwith Roger T., "The Essene Calendar and the Moon: A Reconsideration," RdQ 15 (1992), 457-466

Greenfield Jonas C., "The "Defension Clause" in Some Documents from Nahal Hever and Nahal Se'elim," RdQ 15 (1992), 467-471

Puech Émile, "Une Apocalypse messianique (4Q521)," RdQ 15 (1992), 475-522

Trebolle Barrera Julio César, "Édition préliminaire de 4QChroniques," RdQ 15 (1992), 523-529

Tov Emanuel, "Three Fragments of Jeremiah from Qumran Cave 4," RdQ 15 (1992), 531-541

Schiffman Lawrence H., "The Deuteronomic Paraphrase of the Temple Scroll," RdQ 15 (1992), 543-567

Stanley Christopher D., "The Importance of 4QTanhumim (4Q176)," RdQ 15 (1992), 569-582

Puech Émile, "Notes en marge de 8KhXIIgr," RdQ 15 (1992), 583-593

Kister M.; Qimron Elisha; , "Observations on 4QSecond Ezekiel (4Q385 2-3)," RdQ 15 (1992), 595-602

Qimron Elisha, "Observations on the Reading of "A Text about Joseph" (4Q372,1)," RdQ 15 (1992), 603-604

Laato Antti, "The Chronology in the Damascus Document of Qumran," RdQ 15 (1992), 605-607

New David S., "The Confusion of taw with waw-nun in Reading 1QIsa.a 29:13," RdQ 15 (1992), 609-610

Volume 14 (1990)


Andersen Francis I.; Freedman David Noel, "Another Look at 4QSam b," RdQ 14 (1990), 7-29

Buchanan George Wesley, "The Fall of Jerusalem and the Reconsideration of Some Dates," RdQ 14 (1990), 31-48

Wise Michael Owen, "The Covenant of Temple Scroll XXIX, 3-10," RdQ 14 (1990), 49-60

Wentling Judith L., "Unravelling the Relationship between 11QT, The Eschatological Temple, and the Qumran Community," RdQ 14 (1990), 61-73

Braun Willi, "Were the New Testament Herodians Essenes? A Critique of an Hypothesis," RdQ 14 (1990), 75-88

Nebe Gerhard-Wilhelm, "Die Masada-Psalmen-Handschrift M 1039-160 nach einem jüngst veröffentlichen Photo mit Text von Psalm 81,2-85,6," RdQ 14 (1990), 89-97

Sinclair Lawrence A., "A Qumran Biblical Fragment 4QEzek.a (Ezek. 10,17-11,11)," RdQ 14 (1990), 99-105

Puech Émile, "4QEz a: Note additionnelle," RdQ 14 (1990), 107-108

Gluskina N.L., "The Life and Work of Joseph Amussin (1910-1984)," RdQ 14 (1990), 109-120

Kapera Zdzislaw Jan, "A Bibliography of J. D. Amussin Concerning the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 14 (1990), 121-126

Qimron Elisha, "A New Reading in 1QH XV 15 and the Root GYL in the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 14 (1990), 127-128

Nebe Gerhard-Wilhelm, "Ergänzende bemerkungen zu 4Q176, Jubiläen 23,21," RdQ 14 (1990), 129-130

García Martínez Florentino; Tigchelaar Eibert J.C., "The Books of Enoch (1 Enoch) and the Aramaic Fragments from Qumran," RdQ 14 (1990), 131-146

García Martínez Florentino; Tigchelaar Eibert J.C., "1 Enoch and the Figure of Enoch: A Bibliography of Studies 1970-1988," RdQ 14 (1990), 149-174

Tov Emanuel, "The Jeremiah Scroll from Qumran," RdQ 14 (1990), 189-206

Ulrich Eugene Charles, "The Biblical Scrolls from Qumran Cave 4: An Overview and a Progress Report on Their Publication," RdQ 14 (1990), 207-228

Trebolle Barrera Julio César, "Textual Variants in 4QJudg.a and the Textual and Editorial History of the Book of Judges," RdQ 14 (1990), 229-245

Rofé Alexander, "The Nomistic Correction in Biblical Manuscripts and its Occurrence in 4 QSam.a," RdQ 14 (1990), 247-254

Lübbe John, "Certain Implications of the Scribal Process of 4 QSam.c," RdQ 14 (1990), 255-265

Brooke George J., "Psalms 105 and 106 at Qumran," RdQ 14 (1990), 267-292

Cook Johann, "Orthographical Peculiarities in the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 14 (1990), 293-305

Vegas Montaner Luis, "Computer-Assisted Study of the Relation between 1 QpHab and the Ancient (Mainly Greek) Biblical Versions," RdQ 14 (1990), 307-323

Dimant Devorah; Strugnell John, "The Merkabah Vision in Second Ezekiel (4Q385 4)," RdQ 14 (1990), 331-348

Schuller Eileen M., "4Q372 1: A Text about Joseph," RdQ 14 (1990), 349-376

Puech Émile, "11 QPsAp.a: un rituel d'exorcismes: essai de reconstruction," RdQ 14 (1990), 377-408

Stegemann Hartmut, "Das Gesetzeskorpus der "Damaskussschrift" (CD IX-XVI)," RdQ 14 (1990), 409-434

Schiffman Lawrence H., "Miqsat Ma`aseh Ha-torah and the Temple Scroll," RdQ 14 (1990), 435-457

Duhaime Jean L., "Étude comparative de 4QM.a fgg. 1-3 et 1QM," RdQ 14 (1990), 459-472

Steudel Annette, "Eschatological Interpretation of Scripture in 4Q177 (4Q Catena.a)," RdQ 14 (1990), 473-481

Wolters Albert M., "The Copper Scroll and the Vocabulary of Mishnaic Hebrew," RdQ 14 (1990), 483-495

Davies Philip R., "The Birthplace of the Essenes: Where is "Damascus"?," RdQ 14 (1990), 503-519

García Martínez Florentino; Van der Woude Adam Simon, "A "Groningen" Hypothesis of Qumran Origins and Early History," RdQ 14 (1990), 521-541

Maier Johann, "Zu Kult und Liturgie der Qumrangemeinde," RdQ 14 (1990), 543-586

Wise Michael Owen, "The Teacher of Righteousness and the High Priest of the Intersacerdotium: Two Approaches," RdQ 14 (1990), 587-613

Boyce Mark, "The Poetry of the Damascus Document and its Bearing on the Origin of the Qumran Sect," RdQ 14 (1990), 615-628

Fröhlich Ida, "The Symbolical Language of the Animal Apocalypse of Enoch," RdQ 14 (1990), 629-636

Callaway Phillip R., "Qumran Origins: From the Doresh to the Moreh," RdQ 14 (1990), 637-650

Nebe Gerhard-Wilhelm, "Die Bedeutung der Materials for the Dictionary Series I des Academy of the Hebrew Language für die Qumranforschung," RdQ 14 (1990), 651-676

Andersen Francis I.; Freedman David Noel, "Another Look at 4QSam b," RdQ 14 (1990), 7-29

Buchanan George Wesley, "The Fall of Jerusalem and the Reconsideration of Some Dates," RdQ 14 (1990), 31-48

Wise Michael Owen, "The Covenant of Temple Scroll XXIX, 3-10," RdQ 14 (1990), 49-60

Wentling Judith L., "Unravelling the Relationship between 11QT, The Eschatological Temple, and the Qumran Community," RdQ 14 (1990), 61-73

Braun Willi, "Were the New Testament Herodians Essenes? A Critique of an Hypothesis," RdQ 14 (1990), 75-88

Nebe Gerhard-Wilhelm, "Die Masada-Psalmen-Handschrift M 1039-160 nach einem jüngst veröffentlichen Photo mit Text von Psalm 81,2-85,6," RdQ 14 (1990), 89-97

Sinclair Lawrence A., "A Qumran Biblical Fragment 4QEzek.a (Ezek. 10,17-11,11)," RdQ 14 (1990), 99-105

Puech Émile, "4QEz a: Note additionnelle," RdQ 14 (1990), 107-108

Gluskina N.L., "The Life and Work of Joseph Amussin (1910-1984)," RdQ 14 (1990), 109-120

Kapera Zdzislaw Jan, "A Bibliography of J. D. Amussin Concerning the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 14 (1990), 121-126

Qimron Elisha, "A New Reading in 1QH XV 15 and the Root GYL in the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 14 (1990), 127-128

Nebe Gerhard-Wilhelm, "Ergänzende bemerkungen zu 4Q176, Jubiläen 23,21," RdQ 14 (1990), 129-130

García Martínez Florentino; Tigchelaar Eibert J.C., "The Books of Enoch (1 Enoch) and the Aramaic Fragments from Qumran," RdQ 14 (1990), 131-146

García Martínez Florentino; Tigchelaar Eibert J.C., "1 Enoch and the Figure of Enoch: A Bibliography of Studies 1970-1988," RdQ 14 (1990), 149-174

Tov Emanuel, "The Jeremiah Scroll from Qumran," RdQ 14 (1990), 189-206

Ulrich Eugene Charles, "The Biblical Scrolls from Qumran Cave 4: An Overview and a Progress Report on Their Publication," RdQ 14 (1990), 207-228

Trebolle Barrera Julio César, "Textual Variants in 4QJudg.a and the Textual and Editorial History of the Book of Judges," RdQ 14 (1990), 229-245

Rofé Alexander, "The Nomistic Correction in Biblical Manuscripts and its Occurrence in 4 QSam.a," RdQ 14 (1990), 247-254

Lübbe John, "Certain Implications of the Scribal Process of 4 QSam.c," RdQ 14 (1990), 255-265

Brooke George J., "Psalms 105 and 106 at Qumran," RdQ 14 (1990), 267-292

Cook Johann, "Orthographical Peculiarities in the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 14 (1990), 293-305

Vegas Montaner Luis, "Computer-Assisted Study of the Relation between 1 QpHab and the Ancient (Mainly Greek) Biblical Versions," RdQ 14 (1990), 307-323

Dimant Devorah; Strugnell John, "The Merkabah Vision in Second Ezekiel (4Q385 4)," RdQ 14 (1990), 331-348

Schuller Eileen M., "4Q372 1: A Text about Joseph," RdQ 14 (1990), 349-376

Puech Émile, "11 QPsAp.a: un rituel d'exorcismes: essai de reconstruction," RdQ 14 (1990), 377-408

Stegemann Hartmut, "Das Gesetzeskorpus der "Damaskussschrift" (CD IX-XVI)," RdQ 14 (1990), 409-434

Schiffman Lawrence H., "Miqsat Ma`aseh Ha-torah and the Temple Scroll," RdQ 14 (1990), 435-457

Duhaime Jean L., "Étude comparative de 4QM.a fgg. 1-3 et 1QM," RdQ 14 (1990), 459-472

Steudel Annette, "Eschatological Interpretation of Scripture in 4Q177 (4Q Catena.a)," RdQ 14 (1990), 473-481

Wolters Albert M., "The Copper Scroll and the Vocabulary of Mishnaic Hebrew," RdQ 14 (1990), 483-495

Davies Philip R., "The Birthplace of the Essenes: Where is "Damascus"?," RdQ 14 (1990), 503-519

García Martínez Florentino; Van der Woude Adam Simon, "A "Groningen" Hypothesis of Qumran Origins and Early History," RdQ 14 (1990), 521-541

Maier Johann, "Zu Kult und Liturgie der Qumrangemeinde," RdQ 14 (1990), 543-586

Wise Michael Owen, "The Teacher of Righteousness and the High Priest of the Intersacerdotium: Two Approaches," RdQ 14 (1990), 587-613

Boyce Mark, "The Poetry of the Damascus Document and its Bearing on the Origin of the Qumran Sect," RdQ 14 (1990), 615-628

Fröhlich Ida, "The Symbolical Language of the Animal Apocalypse of Enoch," RdQ 14 (1990), 629-636

Callaway Phillip R., "Qumran Origins: From the Doresh to the Moreh," RdQ 14 (1990), 637-650

Nebe Gerhard-Wilhelm, "Die Bedeutung der Materials for the Dictionary Series I des Academy of the Hebrew Language für die Qumranforschung," RdQ 14 (1990), 651-676

Volume 13 (1988)


Carol A. Newsom, "4Q370 an admonition based on the Flood," RdQ 13 (1988), 23-43

John Strugnell, Devorah Dimant, "4Q Second Ezechiel (4Q385)," RdQ 13 (1988), 45-58

Émile Puech, "Un hymne essénien en partie retrouvé et les Béatitudes. 1QH V 12 - VI 18 (=col. XIII-XIV 7) et 4QBéat.," RdQ 13 (1988), 59-88

A. S. Van der Woude, "Ein bisher unveröffentlichtes Fragment der Templerolle," RdQ 13 (1988), 89-92

Hartmut Stegemann, "Zu Textbestand und Grundgedanken von 1QS III, 13-IV 26," RdQ 13 (1988), 95-131

Jean Duhaime, "The War Scroll from Qumran and the Greco-Roman tactical treatises," RdQ 13 (1988), 133-151

Craig A. Evans, "The Genesis Apocryphon and the Rewritten Bible," RdQ 13 (1988), 153-165

Wolters Al, "The Fifth Cache of the Copper Scroll: "The Plastered Cistern of Manos"," RdQ 13 (1988), 167-176

Fröhlich Ida, "Les enseignements des Veilleurs dans la tradition de Qumrân," RdQ 13 (1988), 177-187

Allison, Jr. Dale C., "The Silence of Angels: Reflections on the Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice," RdQ 13 (1988), 189-197

Baumgarten Joseph M., "The Qumran Sabbath Shirot and Rabbinic Merkabah Traditions," RdQ 13 (1988), 199-213

Segert Stanislav, "Observations on Poetic Structures in the Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice," RdQ 13 (1988), 215-223

Brooke George J., "The Temple Scroll and the Archeology of Qumran, 'Ain Feshkha and Masada," RdQ 13 (1988), 225-237

Callaway Phillip R., "The Temple Scroll and the Canonization of Jewish Law," RdQ 13 (1988), 239-250

Delcor Mathias, "La description du Temple de Salomon selon Eupolémos et le problème de ses sources," RdQ 13 (1988), 251-271

Mink Hans Aage, "Tempel und Hofanlagen in der Tempelrolle," RdQ 13 (1988), 273-285

Reeves John C., "The Meaning of Moreh Sedeq in the Light of 11QTorah," RdQ 13 (1988), 287-298

Schiffman Lawrence H., "The Law of War in the Temple Scroll," RdQ 13 (1988), 299-311

Davies Philip R., "The Teacher of Righteousness and the "End of Days"," RdQ 13 (1988), 313-317

Greenfield Jonas C., "The Words of Levi Son of Jacob in Damascus Document IV, 15-19," RdQ 13 (1988), 319-322

Wacholder Ben Zion, "Does Qumran Record the Death of the Moreh? The Meaning of he'aseph in Damascus Covenant XIX, 35, XX, 14," RdQ 13 (1988), 323-330

Lignée Hubert, "La place du Livre des Jubilés et du Rouleau du Temple dans l'histoire du mouvement essénien. Ces deux ouvrages ont-ils été écrits par le Maître de Justice ?," RdQ 13 (1988), 331-345

Tyloch Witold, "Quelques remarques sur la provenance essénienne du Livre des Jubilés," RdQ 13 (1988), 347-352

VanderKam James C., "Jubilees and the Priestly Messiah of Qumran," RdQ 13 (1988), 353-365

De Jonge Marinus, "The Testament of Levi and "Aramaic Levi"," RdQ 13 (1988), 367-385

Basser Herbert W., "Pesher Hadavar: The Truth of the Matter," RdQ 13 (1988), 389-405

Beckwith Roger T., "The Vegetarianism of the Therapeutae, and the Motives for Vegetarianism in Early Jewish and Christian Circles," RdQ 13 (1988), 407-410

Buchanan George Wesley, "Some Unfinished Business with the Dead Sea Scolls," RdQ 13 (1988), 411-420

Caquot André, "Le service des Anges," RdQ 13 (1988), 421-429

Cothenet Édouard, "Influence d'Ezéchiel sur la spiritualité de Qumran," RdQ 13 (1988), 431-439

García Martínez Florentino, "L'interprétation de la Torah d'Ezéchiel dans les manuscrits de Qumran," RdQ 13 (1988), 441-452

Laperrousaz Ernest-Marie, "Critères internes de datation des manuscrits de la Mer Morte: "Ordonnances premières" et "Ordonnances dernières"," RdQ 13 (1988), 453-464

Maier Johann, "Auslegungsgeschichtliche Beobachtungen zu Psalm 37, 1.7.8," RdQ 13 (1988), 465-479

Weinfeld Moshe, "The Morning Prayers (Birkhoth Hashachar) in Qumran and in the Conventional Jewish Liturgy," RdQ 13 (1988), 481-494

Díez Merino Luis, "Diacronía de la partícula aramea Yât," RdQ 13 (1988), 497-512

Kesterson John C., "The Indication of the Genitive Relationship in 1QS," RdQ 13 (1988), 513-524

Margain Jean, "11QtgJob et la langue targumique. A propos de la particule BDYL," RdQ 13 (1988), 525-528

Baillet Maurice, "Les divers états du Pentateuque samaritain," RdQ 13 (1988), 531-545

Sanderson Judith E., "The Contributions of 4QPaleoExod to Textual Criticism," RdQ 13 (1988), 547-560

Trebolle Barrera Julio César, "Le texte de 2Rois 7,20-8,5 à la lumière des découvertes de Qumran (6Q4 15)," RdQ 13 (1988), 561-568

Van der Kooij Arie, "1QIsa Col. VIII, 4-11 (Isa 8,11-18): a Contextual Approach of its Variants," RdQ 13 (1988), 569-581

Lübbe J.C., "Describing the Translation Process of 11QtgJob: a Question of Method," RdQ 13 (1988), 583-593

Derrett John Duncan M., "New Creation: Qumran, Paul, the Church, and Jesus," RdQ 13 (1988), 597-608

Fitzmyer Joseph A., "The Qumran Scrolls and the New Testament after Forty Years," RdQ 13 (1988), 609-620

Grelot Pierre, "Jean 8,56 et Jubilés 16,16-29," RdQ 13 (1988), 621-628

Nebe Gerhard-Wilhelm, "7Q4 - Möglichkeit und Grenze einer Identifikation," RdQ 13 (1988), 629-633

Schwartz Daniel R., "On Quirinius, John the Baptist, the Benedictus, Melchizedek, Qumran and Ephesus," RdQ 13 (1988), 635-646

Wilcox Max, "According to the Pattern (TBNYT)... : Exodus 25,40 in the New Testament and Early Jewish Thought(parties)," RdQ 13 (1988), 647-656

Florentino García Martínez, "Bibliographie de M. l'Abbé Jean Carmignac," RdQ 13 (1988), 44075-

Volume 12 (1987)


Émile Puech, "Notes sur le manuscrit de 11QMelkîsedeq," RdQ 12 (1987), 483-513

Hans-Peter Richter, "Konkordanz zu 11QMelkîsedeq (Ed. E. Puech)," RdQ 12 (1987), 515-517

Gershon Brin, "Concerning Some of the Uses of the Bible in the Temple Scroll," RdQ 12 (1987), 519-528

Menahem Kister, "Newly-identified fragments of the Book of Jubilees Jub. 23: 21-23, 30-31," RdQ 12 (1987), 529-536

Sidnie Ann White Crawford, "A comparison of the "A" and "B" manuscripts of the Damascus Document," RdQ 12 (1987), 537-553

Joseph M. Baumgarten, "The Sabbath trumpets in 4Q493 Mc," RdQ 12 (1987), 555-559

Mathias Delcor, "Réflexions sur la fête de la Xylophorie dans le Rouleau du Temple et les textes parallèles," RdQ 12 (1987), 561-569

John C. Kesterson, "A grammatical analysis of 1QS V, 8-17," RdQ 12 (1987), 571-573

Émile Puech, "Notes sur le manuscrit des Cantiques du Sacrifice du Sabbat trouvé à Masada," RdQ 12 (1987), 575-583

Mark S. Smith, "Biblical and Canaanite notes to the songs of the Sabbath sacrifice from Qumran," RdQ 12 (1987), 585-588

Al Wolters, "Notes on the Copper Scroll (3Q15)," RdQ 12 (1987), 589-596

Volume 12 (1986)


Yohanan Thorion, "Beiträge zur Erforschung der Sprache der Kupfer-Rolle," RdQ 12 (1986), 163-176

Jean Carmignac, "Roi, royauté et royaume dans la liturgie angélique," RdQ 12 (1986), 177-186

John Lübbe, "A reinterpretation of 4 Q testimonia," RdQ 12 (1986), 187-197

E.-M. Laperrousaz, "Brèves remarques archéologiques concernant la chronologie des occupations esséniennes de Qoumrân," RdQ 12 (1986), 199-212

Phillip Callaway, "Source criticism of the Temple Scroll the purity laws," RdQ 12 (1986), 213-222

Brian J. Capper, "In der Hand des Ananias... Erwägungen zu 1 Q S VI, 20 und der urchristlichen Gütergemeinschaft," RdQ 12 (1986), 223-236

Chaim Milikowsky, "Law at Qumran a critical reaction to Lawrence H. Schiffman, "sectarian law in the Dead Sea Scrolls : courts, restimony, and the penal code" ," RdQ 12 (1986), 237-249

Jean Carmignac, "L'infinitif absolu chez Ben Sira et à Qumrân," RdQ 12 (1986), 251-261

Phillip Callaway, "MI `AD TUMAN an abbreviated gloss?," RdQ 12 (1986), 263-268

Phillip Callaway, "'RBYH in the Temple Scroll XXIV, 8," RdQ 12 (1986), 269-270

E.-M. Laperrousaz, "Notes sur l'évolution des conceptions de "Guerre Sainte" dans les manuscrits de la Mer Morte," RdQ 12 (1986), 271-278

Talia Thorion-Vardi, "Noch zu K`S in 1 Q H IX, 5," RdQ 12 (1986), 279-281

Talia Thorion-Vardi, "MWR' in Peser Habaquq VI, 5," RdQ 12 (1986), 282-

Wilhelm Nebe, "Der Buchstabenname YOD als Ersatz des Tetragramms in 4 Q 511, Fragm. 10, Zeile 12?," RdQ 12 (1986), 283-284

Frederick M. Strickert, "Damascus Document VII, 10-20 and Qumran Messianic expectation," RdQ 12 (1986), 327-349

Ben Zion Wacholder, "The "sealed" Torah versus the "revealed" Torah an exegesis of Damascus Covenant V, 1-6 and Jeremiah 32, 10-14," RdQ 12 (1986), 351-368

John C. Kesterson, "Cohortative and short imperfect forms in Serakim and Dam. Doc.," RdQ 12 (1986), 369-382

Ida Fröhlich, "Le genre littéraire des Pesharim de Qumrân," RdQ 12 (1986), 383-398

Joseph M. Baumgarten, "4 Q 503 (Daily Prayers) and the lunar calendar," RdQ 12 (1986), 399-407

Dale C. Allison, "4 Q 403 Fragm. 1, col. 1, 38-46 and the Revelation to John," RdQ 12 (1986), 409-414

John C. Reeves, "What does Noah offer in 1 Q ap Gen X, 15?," RdQ 12 (1986), 415-419

Talia Thorion-Vardi, "The personal pronoun as a syntactical glide in the Temple Scroll and in the Masoretic text," RdQ 12 (1986), 421-422

Talia Thorion-Vardi, "'t nominativi in the Qumran literature," RdQ 12 (1986), 423-424

García Martínez Florentino, "El rollo del templo (11 Q templo) bibliografia sistematica," RdQ 12 (1986), 425-453

Volume 12 (1985)


Yohanan Thorion, "Die Syntax der Präposition B in der Qumranliteratur," RdQ 12 (1985), 17-63

Talia Thorion-Vardi, "The use of the tenses in the Zadokite documents," RdQ 12 (1985), 65-88

Joseph R. Rosenbloom, "Jewish responses to crisis success and failure," RdQ 12 (1985), 89-94

Phillip Callaway, "Exegetische Erwägungen zur Tempelrolle XXIX, 7-10," RdQ 12 (1985), 95-104

Stephen E. Robinson, "The testament of Adam and the angelic liturgy," RdQ 12 (1985), 105-110

Florentino García Martínez, "4 Q `Amram B 1, 14 ¿ Melki-resa` o Melki-sedeq ?," RdQ 12 (1985), 111-114

Gerhard-Wilhelm Nebe, "Zu עש‎ in 1 Q H IX, 5," RdQ 12 (1985), 115-118

E.-M. Laperrousaz, "Messianisme et "rodeo" à propos d'une recension," RdQ 12 (1985), 119-120

J. P.M. Van der Ploeg, O.P., "Les manuscrits de la grotte 11 de Qumrân," RdQ 12 (1985), 42064-

Volume 11 (1984)


B.A. Mastin, "A re-examination of an alleged orthographic feature in 4 Q Targum Job," RdQ 11 (1984), 583-584

Stephen Goranson, "Essenes etymology from עשה‎," RdQ 11 (1984), 483-498

Roger T. Beckwith, "The courses of the Levites and the Eccentric Psalms scrolls from Qumran," RdQ 11 (1984), 499-524

Émile Puech, "Courtes inscriptions de la région de Qumrân," RdQ 11 (1984), 525-535

Craig A. Evans, "1 Q Isaiah and the absence of prophetic critique at Qumran," RdQ 11 (1984), 537-542

Steven Bowman, "The meaning of the name "Qumran"," RdQ 11 (1984), 543-547

Herbert W. Basser, "The Rabbinic citations in wacholder's the dawn of Qumran," RdQ 11 (1984), 549-560

James C. VanderKam, "Zadok and the SPR HTWRH HHTWM in Dam. Doc. V, 2-5," RdQ 11 (1984), 561-570

Talia Thorion-Vardi, "Die Adversativen Konjunktionen in der Qumran-Literatur," RdQ 11 (1984), 571-577

Yohanan Thorion, "Neue Bemerkungen über die Sprache der Qumran-Literatur," RdQ 11 (1984), 579-582

Phillip R. Callaway, "The translation of 11QT LI, 5b-10," RdQ 11 (1984), 585-586

G. Wilhelm Nebe, "Additamentum zu אדשך‎ in 11 Q Tempelrolle," RdQ 11 (1984), 587-589

Volume 11 (1983)


Hans Aage Mink, "Die Kol. III der Tempelrolle Versuch einer Rekonstruktion," RdQ 11 (1983), 163-181

Wayne O. McCready, "The sectarian status of Qumran the temple scroll," RdQ 11 (1983), 183-191

Yohanan Thorion, "Der Vergleich in I Q Hodayot," RdQ 11 (1983), 193-217

Jean Koenig, "Réouverture du débat sur la première main rédactionnelle du rouleau ancien d'Isaïe de Qumrân (1 Q Isa) en 40,7-8," RdQ 11 (1983), 219-237

Manfred R. Lehmann, "11 Q PSa and Ben Sira," RdQ 11 (1983), 239-251

Lawrence A. Sinclair, "Hebrew text of the Qumran Micah Pesher and textual traditions of the Minor Prophets," RdQ 11 (1983), 253-263

Jonathan A. Draper, "A Targum of Isaiah in 1 Q S III, 2-3," RdQ 11 (1983), 265-269

James C. VanderKam, "1 Enoch 77, 3 and a Babylonian map of the world," RdQ 11 (1983), 271-278

Bargil Pixner, "Unravelling the Copper Scroll code a study on the topography of 3 Q 15," RdQ 11 (1983), 323-365

Émile Puech, "La racine SYT - S'T en araméen et en hébreu à propos de Sfiré I A 24, 1 Q Ha III, 30 et 36 ( = XI, 31 et 37) et Ézéchiel," RdQ 11 (1983), 367-378

Lawrence H. Schiffman, "Legislation concerning relations with non-Jews in the Zadokite fragments and in Tannaitic litterature," RdQ 11 (1983), 379-389

G. Wilhelm Nebe, "אדשך‎ "mass, abmessung" in 11 Q Tempelrolle XLI, 16," RdQ 11 (1983), 391-399

David N. Wigtil, "The sequence of the translations of Apocryphal Psalm 151," RdQ 11 (1983), 401-407

John Duncan M. Derrett, "Behuqey Hagoyim Damascus Document IX, 1 Again," RdQ 11 (1983), 409-415

David C. Carlson, "An alternative reading of 4 Q p Hosea a II, 3-6," RdQ 11 (1983), 417-421

Yohanan Thorion, "Die Sprache der Tempelrolle und die Chronikbücher," RdQ 11 (1983), 423-426

Yohanan Thorion, "Tempelrolle LIX, 8-11 und Babli, Sanhedrin 98 a," RdQ 11 (1983), 427-428

Talia Thorion-Vardi, "A Note on 1 Q Hodayot IX, 5," RdQ 11 (1983), 429-430

Volume 11 (1982)


Hans-Josef Klauck, "Gütergemeinschaft in der klassischen Antike, in Qumran und im Neuen Testament," RdQ 11 (1982), 47-79

Christoph Dohmen, "Zur Gründung der Gemeinde von Qumran (1QS VIII-IX)," RdQ 11 (1982), 81-96

Chaim Milikowsky, "Again Damascus in Damascus Document and in rabbinic literature," RdQ 11 (1982), 97-106

Lester L. Grabbe, "The end of the world in early Jewish and Christian calculations," RdQ 11 (1982), 107-108

Robert I. Vasholz, "4 Q Targum Job Versus 11 Q Targum Job," RdQ 11 (1982), 109-

Roger T. Beckwith, "The pre-history and relationships of the Pharisees, Sadducees and Essenes a tentative reconstruction," RdQ 11 (1982), 16862-

Volume 10 (1981)


Denise Dombkowski Hopkins, "The Qumran community and 1 Q Hodayot a reassessment," RdQ 10 (1981), 323-364

Beckwith Roger T., "The earliest Enoch literature and its calendar marks of their origin, date and motivation," RdQ 10 (1981), 365-403

Yohanan Thorion, "The use of prepositions in 1 Q Serek," RdQ 10 (1981), 405-433

Daniel R. Schwartz, "To join oneself to the House of Judah (Damascus Document IV,11)," RdQ 10 (1981), 435-446

Ernest-Marie Laperrousaz, "Note à propos de la datation du Rouleau du Temple et, plus généralement, des manuscrits de la Mer Morte," RdQ 10 (1981), 447-452

George J. Brooke, "Qumran Pesher towards the redefinition of a genre," RdQ 10 (1981), 483-503

Rick D. Moore, "Personification of the seduction of Evil "the wiles of the wicked woman"," RdQ 10 (1981), 505-519

Roger T. Beckwith, "Daniel 9 and the date of Messiah's coming in Essene, Hellenistic, Pharisaic, Zealot and Early Christian computation," RdQ 10 (1981), 521-542

Colin G. Kruse, "Community functionaries in the rule of the community and the Damascus document a test of chronological relationships," RdQ 10 (1981), 543-551

Hans Burgmann, "Wer war der "Lehrer der Gerechtigkeit"?," RdQ 10 (1981), 553-578

Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, Jean Carmignac, "Judah the Essene and the Teacher of Righteousness," RdQ 10 (1981), 579-585

Menahem Ben-Yashar, "Noch zum MIQDAS 'ADAM in 4 Q Florilegium," RdQ 10 (1981), 587-588

Tzvee Zahavy, "The Sabbath code of Damascus document X,14 - XI,18: form analytical and redaction critical observations," RdQ 10 (1981), 589-591

Bastiaan Jongeling, "A propos de la Colonne XXIII du Rouleau du Temple," RdQ 10 (1981), 593-595

Yohanan Thorion, "Zur Bedeutung von גבורי חיל למלחמה‎ in 11 Q T LVII,9," RdQ 10 (1981), 597-598

Yohanan Thorion, "Zur Bedeutung von חטא‎ in II Q T," RdQ 10 (1981), 598-599

Volume 10 (1980)


Émile Puech, "Fragment d'un Rouleau de la Genèse provenant du Désert de Juda (Gen., 33,18-34,3)," RdQ 10 (1980), 163-166

Roger T. Beckwith, "The significance of the calendar for interpreting Essene chronology and eschatology," RdQ 10 (1980), 167-202

Pierre Auffret, "Structure littéraire de l'Hymne à Sion de 11 Q Psa XXII, 1-15," RdQ 10 (1980), 203-211

James H. Charlesworth, "The origin and subsequent history of the authors of the Dead Sea Scrolls four transitional phases among the Qumran Essenes," RdQ 10 (1980), 213-233

Jean Carmignac, "Qui était le Docteur de Justice?," RdQ 10 (1980), 235-246

James R. Mueller, "The Temple Scroll and the Gospel divorce texts," RdQ 10 (1980), 247-256

Dale C. Allison, Jr., "The authorship of 1 Q S III,13 - IV,14," RdQ 10 (1980), 257-268

Ernest-Marie Laperrousaz, "Problèmes d'histoire et d'archéologie qoumrâniennes: à propos d'un souhait de précisions," RdQ 10 (1980), 269-291

Hans Burgmann, "TWKHT in 1 Q p Hab V,10 ein Schlüsselwort mit verhängnisvollen historischen Konsequenzen," RdQ 10 (1980), 293-300

Bastiaan Jongeling, "A propos de 1 Q Gen Ap XX,28," RdQ 10 (1980), 301-303

Yohanan Thorion, "אדם‎ und בן אדם‎ in den Qumrantexten," RdQ 10 (1980), 305-308

Volume 10 (1979)


Émile Puech, "Remarques sur l'écriture de 1QS VII-VIII," RdQ 10 (1979), 35-43

Lawrence H. Schiffman, "Communal meals at Qumran," RdQ 10 (1979), 45-56

James C. VanderKam, "The poetry of 1 Q Ap Gen, XX, 2-8a," RdQ 10 (1979), 57-66

Hans Burgmann, "Die Interkalation in den Sieben Jahrwochen des Sonnenkalenders," RdQ 10 (1979), 67-81

Daniel R. Schwartz, "The three temples of 4 Q Florilegium," RdQ 10 (1979), 83-91

Robert I. Vasholz, "Two notes on 11 Q tg Job and Biblical Aramaic," RdQ 10 (1979), 93-94

Robert I. Vasholz, "A further note on the problem of nasalization in Biblical Aramaic, 11 Q tg Job, and 1 Q Genesis Apocryphon," RdQ 10 (1979), 95-96

Marc Bregman, "Another reference to "a Teacher of Righteousness" in Midrashic literature," RdQ 10 (1979), 97-100

Howard Jacobson, "The position of the fingers during the priestly blessing," RdQ 10 (1979), 101-

Jean Carmignac, "Qu'est-ce que l'Apocalyptique ? son emploi à Qumrân," RdQ 10 (1979), 12114-

Volume 9 (1978)


Pierre Auffret, "Structure littéraire et interprétation du Psaume 155 de la grotte 11 de Qumrân," RdQ 9 (1978), 323-356

Liliana Rosso Ubigli, "Il Documento di Damasco e la Halakah Settaria (Rassegna di Studi)," RdQ 9 (1978), 357-399

Émile Puech, Florentino Garcia, "Remarques sur la Colonne XXXVIII de 11 Q tg Job," RdQ 9 (1978), 401-407

Jean Carmignac, "Le complément d'agent après un verbe passif dans l'hébreu et l'arméen de Qumrân," RdQ 9 (1978), 409-427

C. Romaniuk, "Le thème de la sagesse dans les documents de Qumrân," RdQ 9 (1978), 429-435

Jonathan P. Siegel, "Two further medieval references to the Teacher of Righteousness," RdQ 9 (1978), 437-440

Jacob Neusner, "Damascus document IX, 17-22 and irrelevant parallels," RdQ 9 (1978), 441-444

Bernard S. Jackson, "Damascus Document IX, 16-23 and parallels," RdQ 9 (1978), 445-450

Peter W. Coxon, "A note on the verb YSR (Aphel) in 11 Q Tg Job XXXII,3," RdQ 9 (1978), 451-453

Pierre Grelot, "La prière de Nabonide (4 Q Or Nab)," RdQ 9 (1978), 483-495

Peter W. Coxon, "The distribution of synonyms in Biblical Aramaic in the light of official Aramaic and the Aramaic of Qumran," RdQ 9 (1978), 497-512

Pierre Auffret, "Structure littéraire et interprétation du Psaume 154 de la Grotte 11 de Qumrân," RdQ 9 (1978), 513-544

Émile Puech, "Fragments du Psaume 122 dans un manuscrit hébreu de la Grotte IV," RdQ 9 (1978), 547-554

John L. Nolland, "A misleading statement of the Essene attitude to the Temple (Josephus, Antiquities, XVIII, I, 5, 19)," RdQ 9 (1978), 555-562

Stephen Goranson, "On the hypothesis that Essenes lived on Mt. Carmel," RdQ 9 (1978), 563-567

Ernest-Marie Laperrousaz, "A propos des dépôts d'ossements d'animaux trouvés à Qoumrân," RdQ 9 (1978), 569-573

Joseph M. Baumgarten, "Perek Shirah, an early response to Psalm 151," RdQ 9 (1978), 575-578

Manfred R. Lehmann, "The Temple Scroll as a source of sectarian Halakhah," RdQ 9 (1978), 579-587

Volume 9 (1977)


Hans Burgmann, "Gerichtsherr und Generalankläger Jonathan und Simon," RdQ 9 (1977), 3-72

Roger T. Beckwith, "St. Luke, the date of Christmas and the priestly courses at Qumran," RdQ 9 (1977), 73-94

Jean Magne, "Le Psaume 154," RdQ 9 (1977), 95-102

Jean Magne, "Le Psaume 155," RdQ 9 (1977), 103-111

N.L. Rabinovitch, "Damascus Document IX, 17-22 and rabbinic parallels," RdQ 9 (1977), 113-116

Takamitsu Muraoka, "Notes on the Old Targum of Job from Qumran Cave XI," RdQ 9 (1977), 117-125

Anthony D. York, "11 Q tg Job XXI, 4-5 (Job 32,13)," RdQ 9 (1977), 127-129

Pierre Auffret, "Structure littéraire et interprétation du Psaume 151 de la Grotte 11 de Qumrân," RdQ 9 (1977), 163-188

Jean Magne, "Seigneur de l'univers ou David-Orphée? défense de mon interprétation du Psaume 151," RdQ 9 (1977), 189-196

Paul-Eugène Dion, "The Hebrew particle את‎ in the paraenetic part of the "Damascus Document"," RdQ 9 (1977), 197-212

Émile Puech, "L'acte de vente d'une maison à Kafar-Bébayu en 135 de notre ère," RdQ 9 (1977), 213-221

Francis D. Weinert, "A note on 4 Q 159 and a new theory of Essene origins," RdQ 9 (1977), 223-230

Liliana Rosso, "Deuteronomio 21, 22 contributo del Rotolo del Tempio alla valutazione di una variante medievale dei Settanta," RdQ 9 (1977), 231-236

Ira Robinson, "A note on Damascus document IX, 7," RdQ 9 (1977), 237-240

George Wesley Buchanan, "The office of Teacher of Righteousness," RdQ 9 (1977), 241-243

Jean L. Duhaime, "Remarques sur les dépôts d'ossements d'animaux à Qumrân," RdQ 9 (1977), 245-251

Peter W. Coxon, "The problem of nasalization in Biblical Aramaic in the light of 1 Q GA and 11 Q Tg Job," RdQ 9 (1977), 253-258

Howard Jacobson, "The position of the fingers during the priestly blessing," RdQ 9 (1977), 259-260

Lawrence H. Schiffman, "Addenda and Corrigenda to Lawrence H. Schiffman : The Qumran law of testimony," RdQ 9 (1977), 261-262

H. G.M. Williamson, "The translation of 1 Q p Hab. V,10," RdQ 9 (1977), 263-265

Volume 8 (1975)


Lapide Pinchas E., "Insights from Qumran into the languages of Jesus," RdQ 8 (1975), 483-501

Jean Magne, "Recherches sur les Psaumes 151, 154 et 155," RdQ 8 (1975), 503-507

Jean Magne, "Orphisme, pythagorisme, essénisme dans le texte hébreu du Psaume 151?," RdQ 8 (1975), 508-547

Jean Magne, "Les textes grec et syriaque du Psaume 151," RdQ 8 (1975), 548-564

Jean Magne, "Le verset des trois pierres dans la tradition du Psaume 151," RdQ 8 (1975), 565-591

Jean Carmignac, "Nouvelles précisions sur le Psaume 151," RdQ 8 (1975), 593-597

Manfred R. Lehmann, "New light on astrology in Qumran and the Talmud," RdQ 8 (1975), 599-602

Lawrence H. Schiffman, "The Qumran law of testimony," RdQ 8 (1975), 603-612

Volume 8 (1974)


Hans Burgmann, "The wicked woman der Makkabäer Simon?," RdQ 8 (1974), 323-359

Johannes A. Huntjens, "Contrasting notions of covenant and law in the texts from Qumran," RdQ 8 (1974), 361-380

Joseph D. Amoussine, "A propos de l'interprétation de 4 Q 161 (Fragments 5-6 et 8)," RdQ 8 (1974), 381-392

Barbara E. Thiering, "Suffering and asceticism at Qumran, as illustrated in the Hodayot," RdQ 8 (1974), 393-405

Jean Carmignac, "L'emploi de la négation אין‎ dans la Bible et à Qumrân," RdQ 8 (1974), 407-413

Bastiaan Jongeling, "La colone XVI de 11 Q tg Job," RdQ 8 (1974), 415-416

Santos Sabugal, "1 Q Regla de la Comunidad IX,11 dos Ungidos, un Mesias," RdQ 8 (1974), 417-423

Robert P. Gordon, "The Targum to the Minor Prophets and the Dead Sea Texts textual and eExegetical notes," RdQ 8 (1974), 425-429

Gerald J. Bildstein, "4 Q Florilegium and Rabbinic sources on bastard and proselyte," RdQ 8 (1974), 431-435

Volume 8 (1973)


Dennis Pardee, "A restudy of the commentary on Psalm 37 Qumran Cave 4 (discoveries in the Judaean Desert of Jordan, vol. V no 171)," RdQ 8 (1973), 163-194

Baruch A. Levine, "Damascus Document IX, 17-22 a new translation and comments," RdQ 8 (1973), 195-196

Jacob Neusner, "By the testimony of two witnesses in the Damascus Document IX, 17-22 and in Pharisaic-Rabbinic Law," RdQ 8 (1973), 197-217

Isaac Rabinowitz, "Pêsher / Pittârôn its Biblical meaning and its significance in the Qumran literature," RdQ 8 (1973), 219-232

Angel C. Urban, "Observaciones sobre ciertos papiros de la cueva 7 de Qumran," RdQ 8 (1973), 233-251

Francis J. Morrow, "11 Q Targum Job and the Massoretic text," RdQ 8 (1973), 253-256

G. Wilhelm Nebe, "Der Gebrauch der sogenannten "nota accusativi" את‎ in Damaskusschrift XV, 5.9 und 12," RdQ 8 (1973), 257-263

G. Wilhelm Nebe, "אבר‎ in 4 Q 186," RdQ 8 (1973), 265-266

Takamitsu Muraoka, "Essene in the Septuagint," RdQ 8 (1973), 267-268

Volume 8 (1972)


José R. Villalon, "Sources vétéro-testamentaires de la doctrine qumrânienne des deux Messies," RdQ 8 (1972), 53-63

Hans Burgmann, "Ein Schaltmonat nach 24,5 Jahren im chasidischen Sonnenkalender?," RdQ 8 (1972), 65-73

Everett Ferguson, "Qumran and Codex "D"," RdQ 8 (1972), 75-80

Robert B. Coote, "MW`D HT`NYT in 4 Q 171 (pesher Psalm 37), fragments 1-2, col. II, line 9," RdQ 8 (1972), 81-85

Joseph M. Baumgarten, "The exclusion of "Netinim" and proselytes in 4 Q Florilegium," RdQ 8 (1972), 87-96

Gerhard-Wilhelm Nebe, "Lexikalische Bemerkungen zu אושון‎ "Fundament, Tiefe" in 4 Q 184, Prov. 7,9 und 20,20," RdQ 8 (1972), 97-103

Takamitsu Muraoka, "Notes on the Aramaic of the Genesis Apocryphon," RdQ 8 (1972), 18810-

Zdzislaw Kapera, "A project of an international centre of Qumran studies documentation," RdQ 8 (1972), 42158-

Volume 7 (1971)


Jean Carmignac, "Les apparitions de Jésus ressuscité et le calendrier biblico-qumrânien," RdQ 7 (1971), 483-504

Fred L. Horton, "Formulas of introduction in the Qumran literature," RdQ 7 (1971), 505-514

Bruno W.W. Dombrowski, "The idea of God in 1 Q Serek," RdQ 7 (1971), 515-531

Joseph D. Amoussine, "Observatiunculae Qumraneae," RdQ 7 (1971), 533-552

Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, "The translation of Damascus Document VI,11-14," RdQ 7 (1971), 553-556

Pierre Grelot, "Un nom égyptien dans l'Apocryphe de la Genèse," RdQ 7 (1971), 557-566

Bruno W.W. Dombrowski, "The meaning of the Qumran terms "T`WDH" and "MDH"," RdQ 7 (1971), 567-574

Jean Carmignac, "HRBYM les "Nombreux" où les "Notables"?," RdQ 7 (1971), 575-586

Roger T. Beckwith, "The Qumran calendar and the sacrifices of the Essenes," RdQ 7 (1971), 587-591

Volume 7 (1970)


John Strugnell, "Notes en marge du volume V des "Discoveries in the Judaean Desert of Jordan"," RdQ 7 (1970), 163-276

John C. Trever, "1 Q Dan(a), the latest of the Qumran manuscripts," RdQ 7 (1970), 277-286

Jean Carmignac, "Le texte de Jérémie 10,13 (ou 51,16) et celui de 2 Samuel 23,7 améliorés par Qumrân," RdQ 7 (1970), 287-290

A. Marx, "Les racines du célibat essénien," RdQ 7 (1970), 323-342

Jean Carmignac, "Le document de Qumrân sur Melkisédeq," RdQ 7 (1970), 343-378

Roger T. Beckwith, "The modern attempt to reconcile the Qumran calendar with the true solar year," RdQ 7 (1970), 379-396

Constantin Daniel, "Nouveaux arguments en faveur de l'identification des Hérodiens et des Esséniens," RdQ 7 (1970), 397-402

Maurice Baillet, "Nouveaux phylactères de Qumrân (X Q Phyl 1-4) à propos d'une édition récente," RdQ 7 (1970), 403-415

J.J. Glück, "Halalîm (Halal) "carnage, massacre"," RdQ 7 (1970), 417-419

Alan David Crown, "The fate of the Shapira Scroll," RdQ 7 (1970), 421-423

Volume 7 (1969)


Jean Carmignac, "La notion d'eschatologie dans la Bible et à Qumrân," RdQ 7 (1969), 17-31

Solomon H. Steckoll, "Marginal notes on the Qumran excavations," RdQ 7 (1969), 33-44

Constantin Daniel, "Faux prophètes surnom des Ésseniens dans le Sermon sur la Montagne," RdQ 7 (1969), 45-79

Franz Josef Helfmeyer, "Gott Nachfolgen in den Qumrantexten," RdQ 7 (1969), 81-104

Jean Ouellette, "Variantes qumrâniennes du Livre des Psaumes," RdQ 7 (1969), 105-123

Jonathan Paul Siegel, "Final mem in medial position and medial mem in final position in 11 Q Ps a somes observations," RdQ 7 (1969), 125-130

Elieser Slomovic, "Toward an understanding of the exegesis in the Dead Sea scrolls," RdQ 7 (1969), 42064-

Volume 6 (1969)


S.T. Kimbrough, "The ethic of the Qumran community," RdQ 6 (1969), 483-498

Gerhard Larsson, "Is Biblical chronology systematic or not?," RdQ 6 (1969), 499-515

Athanase Negoitsa, "Did the Essenes survive the 66-71 war?," RdQ 6 (1969), 517-530

Josephine Massyngbaerde Ford, "A possible liturgical background to the shepherd of hermas," RdQ 6 (1969), 531-551

George Wesley Buchanan, "The priestly Teacher of Righteousness," RdQ 6 (1969), 553-558

Sidney B. Hoenig, "Qumran rules of impurities," RdQ 6 (1969), 559-567

Ze'ev W. Falk, "Behuqey hagoyim in Damascus Document IX,1," RdQ 6 (1969), 569-

Volume 6 (1968)


Solomon H. Steckoll, "Preliminary excavation report in the Qumran cemetery," RdQ 6 (1968), 323-336

Nicu Haas; H. Nathan, "Anthropological survey on the human skeletal remains from Qumran," RdQ 6 (1968), 345-352

Constantin Daniel, "Esséniens et Eunuques (Matthieu 19,10-12)," RdQ 6 (1968), 353-390

Helen G. Jefferson, "The Shapira manuscript and the Qumran scrolls," RdQ 6 (1968), 391-399

Mathias Delcor, "Repas cultuels esséniens et thérapeutes, Thiases et Haburoth," RdQ 6 (1968), 401-425

Ed. Parish Sanders, "Chiasmus and the translation of I Q Hodayot VII, 26-27," RdQ 6 (1968), 427-431

Isaac Rabinowitz, "The meaning and date of "Damascus" document IX, 1," RdQ 6 (1968), 433-435

Volume 6 (1967)


Constantin Daniel, "Les "Hérodiens" du Nouveau Testament sont-ils des Esséniens?," RdQ 6 (1967), 31-53

Solomon H. Steckoll, "The Qumran sect in relation to the temple of Leontopolis," RdQ 6 (1967), 55-69

Mathias Delcor, "L'hymne à Sion du rouleau des Psaumes de la Grotte 11 de Qumrân (11 Q Ps a)," RdQ 6 (1967), 71-88

Otto Betz, "The eschatological interpretation of the Sinai-tradition in Qumran and in the New Testament," RdQ 6 (1967), 89-107

J. Massyngbaerde Ford, "Can we exclude Samaritan influence from Qumran?," RdQ 6 (1967), 109-129

Paul Winter, "Sadoqite Fragments IX, 1," RdQ 6 (1967), 131-136

John C. Trever, "A further note about 1 Q Prayers," RdQ 6 (1967), 137-138

Alfred Marx, "Y a-t-il une prédestination à Qumrân?," RdQ 6 (1967), 163-181

Joseph M. Baumgarten, "The Essene avoidance of oil and the laws of purity," RdQ 6 (1967), 183-192

Hartmut Stegemann, "Weitere Stücke von 4 Q p Psalm 37, von 4 Q Patriarchal Blessings und Hinweis auf eine unedierte Handschrift aus Höhle 4 Q mit Exzerpten aus dem Deuteronomium," RdQ 6 (1967), 193-227

Jacques Meysing, "L'énigme de la chronologie biblique et qumrânienne dans une nouvelle lumière," RdQ 6 (1967), 229-251

Roland Bergmeier, "Glaube als Werk ? Die "Werke Gottes" in Damaskusschrift II,14-15 und Johannes 6,28-29," RdQ 6 (1967), 253-260

Constantin Daniel, "Les Esséniens et "ceux qui sont dans les maisons des rois" (Matthieu 11,7-8 et Luc 7,24-25)," RdQ 6 (1967), 261-277

A.M. Gazov-Ginzberg, "Double meaning in a Qumran work ("the wiles of the wicked woman")," RdQ 6 (1967), 279-285

Joseph M. Baumgarten, "The meaning of 1 Q Serek III,2-3," RdQ 6 (1967), 287-288

Roger Le Déaut, "Une citation de Lévitique 26,45 dans le Document de Damas I,4; VI,2," RdQ 6 (1967), 289-291

David Noel Freedman and Austin Ritterspach, "The use of Aleph as a vowel letter in the Genesis Apocryphon," RdQ 6 (1967), 293-300

Jacob Liver, "The "sons of Zadok the priests" in the Dead Sea sect," RdQ 6 (1967), 11018-

Volume 5 (1966)


S.T. Kimbrough, "The concept of Sabbath at Qumran," RdQ 5 (1966), 483-502

Jean Carmignac, "Un aramaïsme biblique et qumrânien l'infinitif placé après son complément d'objet," RdQ 5 (1966), 503-520

M. Delcor, "Recherches sur un horoscope en langue hébraïque provenant de Qumrân," RdQ 5 (1966), 521-542

John Pryke, "The sacraments of Holy Baptism and Holy Communion in the light of the ritual washings and sacred meals at Qumran," RdQ 5 (1966), 543-552

Constantin Daniel, "Une mention paulinienne des Esséniens de Qumrân," RdQ 5 (1966), 553-567

William Hugh Brownlee, "The significance of "David's Compositions"," RdQ 5 (1966), 569-574

Ben Zion Wacholder, "A Qumran attack on the oral exegesis ? the phrase 'sr btlmwd sqrm in 4 Q Pesher Nahum," RdQ 5 (1966), 575-578

Volume 5 (1965)


Anatole M. Gazov-Ginzberg, "The structure of the army of the Sons of Light," RdQ 5 (1965), 163-176

Hugh Nibley, "Qumran and "the Companions of the cave"," RdQ 5 (1965), 177-198

Jean Carmignac, "Les Horoscopes de Qumrân," RdQ 5 (1965), 199-217

M. Z. Kaddari, "The root TKN in the Qumran texts," RdQ 5 (1965), 219-224

A. Hurvitz, "Observations on the language of the third apocryphal Psalm from Qumran," RdQ 5 (1965), 225-232

Simon J. De Vries, "Note concerning the fear of God in the Qumran Scrolls," RdQ 5 (1965), 233-237

Samson H. Levey, "The rule of the Community III, 2," RdQ 5 (1965), 239-243

Jean Carmignac, "Conjecture sur la Règle de la Communauté, X, 2," RdQ 5 (1965), 245-248

Jean Carmignac, "Précisions sur la forme poétique du Psaume 151," RdQ 5 (1965), 249-252

E. F.F. Bishop, "Qumran and the preserved Tablet(s)," RdQ 5 (1965), 253-256

Kent H. Richards, "A note on the bisection of Isaiah," RdQ 5 (1965), 257-258

F. Charles Fensham, "Judas' hand in the bowl and Qumran," RdQ 5 (1965), 259-261

John C. Trever, "Completion of the publication of some fragments from Qumran Cave I," RdQ 5 (1965), 323-344

John Pryke, "Spirit and "flesh" in the Qumran Documents and some New Testament texts," RdQ 5 (1965), 345-360

Jean Carmignac, "Poème allégorique sur la secte rivale," RdQ 5 (1965), 361-374

Simon J. De Vries, "The syntax of tenses and interpretation in the Hodayoth," RdQ 5 (1965), 375-414

Reinhard Deichgraeber, "Fragmente einer Jubiläen-Handschrift aus Höhle 3 von Qumran," RdQ 5 (1965), 415-422

Maurice Baillet, "Remarques sur le manuscrit du livre des Jubilés de la grotte 3 de Qumrân," RdQ 5 (1965), 423-433

Roland Bergmeier und Hartmut Pabst, "Ein Lied von der Erschaffung der Sprache: Sinn und Aufbau von I Q Hodayot I,27-31," RdQ 5 (1965), 435-439

Volume 5 (1964)


Paolo Sacchi, "Il problema degli anni 390 nel Documento di Damasco I,5-6," RdQ 5 (1964), 89-96

E. J. Revell, "Clause structure in the prose documents of Qumran Cave I," RdQ 5 (1964), 3-22

Maurice Baillet, "Remarques sur l'édition des "Paroles des Luminaires"," RdQ 5 (1964), 23-42

Otto Betz, "The dichotomized servant and the end of Judas Iscariot (light on the dark passages: Matthew 24,51 and parallel; Acts 1,18)," RdQ 5 (1964), 43-58

Jean Carmignac, "Comment Jésus et ses contemporains pouvaient-ils célébrer la Pâque à une date non officielle?," RdQ 5 (1964), 59-79

Cecil Roth; Jean Carmignac, "Qumran and Masadah: a final clarification regarding the Dead Sea sect," RdQ 5 (1964), 81-88

Manfred R. Lehmann, "Identification of the Copper Scroll based on its technical terms," RdQ 5 (1964), 97-105

Manfred R. Lehmann, "A re-interpretation of 4 Q Dibrê ham-Me'oroth," RdQ 5 (1964), 106-110

John Priest, "Ben Sira 45, 25 in the light of the Qumran literature," RdQ 5 (1964), 111-118

Jacob Neusner, "HBR and N'MN," RdQ 5 (1964), 119-122

J.J. Glück, "The verb PRS in the Bible and in the Qumran literature," RdQ 5 (1964), 123-127

Volume 4 (1964)


Kazimierz Romaniuk, "La crainte de Dieu à Qumrân et dans le Nouveau Testament," RdQ 4 (1964), 29-38

Robert B. Laurin, "The problem of two Messiahs in the Qumran Scrolls," RdQ 4 (1964), 39-52

Manfred R. Lehmann, "Studies in the Murabba`at and Nahal hever documents," RdQ 4 (1964), 53-81

Jean Carmignac, "Quelques détails de lecture dans la "Règle de la Congrégation", le "Recueil des Bénédictions" et les "Dires de Moïse"," RdQ 4 (1964), 83-96

Jean Carmignac, "Vestiges d'un Pesher de Malachie?," RdQ 4 (1964), 97-100

Elias Katz, "Die Rolle "Harisim"," RdQ 4 (1964), 101-106

Elias Katz, "Qumran Text und eine schwierige Maimonides-Stelle," RdQ 4 (1964), 107-110

Karl Georg Kuhn, "Nachträge zur "Konkordanz zu den Qumrantexten" unter Mitarbeit von U. Müller, W. Schmücker und H. Stegemann von der Qumranforschungstelle der Universität Heidelberg," RdQ 4 (1964), 163-234

Hartmut Stegemann, "Der Peser Psalm 37 aus Höhle 4 von Qumran (4 Q p Ps 37)," RdQ 4 (1964), 235-270

Jean Carmignac, "Le recueil de Prières liturgiques de la Grotte 1 (I Q 34 et 34 bis)," RdQ 4 (1964), 271-276

Jean Carmignac, "Un équivalent français de l'araméen "Gazir" (Daniel et Prière de Nabonide)," RdQ 4 (1964), 277-278

Günter Morawe, "Vergleich des Aufbaus der Danklieder und hymnischen Bekenntnislieder (1 Q H) von Qumran mit dem Aufbau der Psalmen im Alten Testament und im Spätjudentum," RdQ 4 (1964), 323-356

Asher Finkel, "The Pesher of dreams and scriptures," RdQ 4 (1964), 357-370

Jean Carmignac, "La forme poétique du Psaume 151 de la grotte 11," RdQ 4 (1964), 371-378

William Hugh Brownlee, "The 11 Q counterpart to Psalm 151,1-5," RdQ 4 (1964), 379-387

Joseph D. Amoussine, "Éphraïm et Manassé dans le Péshèr de Nahum (4 Q p Nahum)," RdQ 4 (1964), 389-396

George Wesley Buchanan, "The role of purity in the structure of the Essene sect," RdQ 4 (1964), 397-406

H.A. Brongers, "Das Wort "NPS" in den Qumranschriften," RdQ 4 (1964), 407-415

William Hugh Brownlee, "Some new facts concerning the discovery of the scrolls of 1 Q," RdQ 4 (1964), 417-420

Elisabeth Koffmahn, "Die "Restitutionsklausel" in den aramäischen Vertragsurkunden von Murabba`ât," RdQ 4 (1964), 421-427

Jean Carmignac, "Recherches sur la langue originelle des Odes de Salomon," RdQ 4 (1964), 429-432

Raphaël Weiss, "A Comparison between the Massoretic and the Qumran Texts of Nahum III, 1-11," RdQ 4 (1964), 433-439

John Pryke, "John the Baptist and the Qumran Community," RdQ 4 (1964), 483-496

Jean Carmignac, "Le genre littéraire du "Péshèr" dans la Pistis-Sophia," RdQ 4 (1964), 497-522

Kurt Rudolph, "War der Verfasser der Oden Salomos ein "Qumran-Christ" ? ein Beitrag zur Diskusssion um die Anfänge der Gnosis," RdQ 4 (1964), 523-555

Frank Charles Fensham, "Camp in the New Testament and Milhamah," RdQ 4 (1964), 557-562

Jean Carmignac, "Règle des Chants pour l'Holocauste du Sabbat quelques détails de lecture," RdQ 4 (1964), 563-566

Hans-Walter Huppenbauer, "Zur Eschatologie der Damaskusschrift," RdQ 4 (1964), 567-573

Hanoch Avenary, "Pseudo-Jerome writings and Qumran tradition," RdQ 4 (1964), 42280-

William Hugh Brownlee, "The scroll of Ezekiel from the eleventh Qumran cave," RdQ 4 (1964), 47058-

Volume 3 (1962)


Otto Betz, "Donnersöhne, Menschenfischer und der Davidische Messias," RdQ 3 (1962), 41-70

Jean Carmignac, "Les affinités qumrâniennes de la onzième Ode de Salomon," RdQ 3 (1962), 71-102

Manfred R. Lehmann, "Ben Sira and the Qumran literature," RdQ 3 (1962), 103-116

Manfred R. Lehmann, "Yom Kippur in Qumran," RdQ 3 (1962), 117-124

Ernst E. Ettisch, "Die Gemeinderegel und der Qumrankalender," RdQ 3 (1962), 125-133

John C. Trever, "When was Qumrân Cave I discovered?," RdQ 3 (1962), 135-141

Jeanie P. Thorndike, "The Apocalypse of Weeks and the Qumran sect," RdQ 3 (1962), 163-184

Joachim Gnilka, "Die essenischen Tauchbäder und die Johannestaufe," RdQ 3 (1962), 185-207

Jean Carmignac, "Les rapports entre l'Ecclésiastique et Qumrân," RdQ 3 (1962), 209-218

Hans-Gottfried Schönfeld, "Zum Begriff "Therapeutai" bei Philo von Alexadrien," RdQ 3 (1962), 219-240

Jerry O'Dell, "The religious background of the Psalms of Solomon (re-evaluated in the light of the Qumran Texts)," RdQ 3 (1962), 241-257

Menahem Mansoor, "The Thanksgiving hymns and the Massoretic text (Part I)," RdQ 3 (1962), 259-266

Peder Borgen, "At the age of twenty in I Q Sa," RdQ 3 (1962), 267-277

Lou H. Silberman, "Unriddling the riddle a study in the structure and language of the Habakkuk Pesher (1 Q p Hab.)," RdQ 3 (1962), 323-364

Jean Carmignac, "La théologie de la souffrance dans les Hymnes de Qumrân," RdQ 3 (1962), 365-386

Menahem Mansoor, "The Thanksgiving Hymns and the Massoretic Text (Part II)," RdQ 3 (1962), 387-394

August Strobel, "Zur Funktionsfähigkeit des essenischen Kalenders," RdQ 3 (1962), 395-412

Marco Treves, "A reconsideration of the two spirits in the rule of the community (I Q Serek III,13 - IV,26)," RdQ 3 (1962), 413-452

Hartmut Stegemann, Jürgen Becker, "Zum Text von Fragment 5 aus Wadi Murabba`ât," RdQ 3 (1962), 443-448

Ernst E. Ettisch, "Antwort auf drei Fragen zu der eschatologisch-astrologischen Erklärung der Gemeinderegel, X, 1-8," RdQ 3 (1962), 453-456

William Hugh Brownlee, "Edh-Dheeb's story of his scroll discovery," RdQ 3 (1962), 483-494

Géza Vermes, "Essenes and therapeutai," RdQ 3 (1962), 495-504

Jean Carmignac, "Notes sur les Peshârîm," RdQ 3 (1962), 505-538

August Strobel, "Der 22. Tag des XI. Monats im essenischen Jahr," RdQ 3 (1962), 539-543

Manfred R. Lehmann, "Midrashic parallels to selected Qumran texts," RdQ 3 (1962), 545-551

Rudolf Meyer, "URUK.KI und 'EREK.MAT (Genesis-Midrash II, 23)," RdQ 3 (1962), 553-558

E.J. Revell, "The order of the elements in the verbal statement clause in I Q Sereq," RdQ 3 (1962), 559-569

Ernest Wiesenberg, "The Jubilee of Jubilees," RdQ 3 (1962), 14671-

Volume 2 (1960)


Ernst E. Ettisch, "Eschatologisch-Astrologische Vorstellungen in der Gemeinderegel (X,1-8)," RdQ 2 (1960), 3-20

Katherine Greenleaf Pedley, "The library at Qumran," RdQ 2 (1960), 21-41

M. H. Goshen-Gottstein, "Philologische Miszellen zu den Qumrantexten," RdQ 2 (1960), 43-51

Jean Carmignac, "Comparaison entre les manuscrits "A" et "B" du Document de Damas," RdQ 2 (1960), 53-67

Wolf Wirgin, "Numismatics and Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 2 (1960), 69-74

Hans-Joachim Schoeps, "Beobachtungen zum Verständnis des Habakukkomentars von Qumran," RdQ 2 (1960), 75-80

Cecil Roth, "The Zealots and Qumran the basic issue," RdQ 2 (1960), 81-84

Jean Carmignac, "Conjecture sur la première ligne de la Règle de la Communauté," RdQ 2 (1960), 85-87

Jonas C. Greenfield, "The root "GBL" in Mishnaic Hebrew and in the hymnic literature from Qumran," RdQ 2 (1960), 155-162

Friedrich Nötscher, "Heiligkeit in den Qumranschriften," RdQ 2 (1960), 163-181

E. Glenn Hinson, "Hodayoth, III, 6-18 ein what sense Messianic?," RdQ 2 (1960), 183-204

Jean Carmignac, "Les éléments historiques des "Hymnes" de Qumrân," RdQ 2 (1960), 205-222

P. Wernberg-Moller, "Waw and Yod in the "Rule of the Community" (I Q S)," RdQ 2 (1960), 223-236

Walther Grundmann, "Der Lehrer der Gerechtigkeit von Qumran und die Frage nach der Glaubensgerechtigkeit in der Theologie des Apostels Paulus," RdQ 2 (1960), 237-259

Cecil Roth, "A Talmudic reference to the Qumran sect?," RdQ 2 (1960), 261-265

Jean Carmignac, "Compléments au texte des Hymnes de Qumrân," RdQ 2 (1960), 267-276

Reinhard Deichgraeber, "Die Gemeinderegel (I Q S) X, 4 למפתח חסדיו עולם," RdQ 2 (1960), 277-280

William R. Lane, "Peser style as a reconstruction tool in 4 Q Peser Isaiah b," RdQ 2 (1960), 281-283

Friedrich Nötscher, "Heiligkeit in den Qumranschriften (Fortsetzung)," RdQ 2 (1960), 315-344

Edmund F. Sutcliffe, "Hatred at Qumran," RdQ 2 (1960), 345-356

Jean Carmignac, "Les citations de l'Ancien Testament, et spécialement des Poèmes du Serviteur, dans les Hymnes de Qumrân," RdQ 2 (1960), 357-394

Joachim Gnilka, "Die Erwartung des messianischen Hohenpriesters in den Schriften von Qumran und im Neuen Testament," RdQ 2 (1960), 395-426

Vermes Géza, "The Etymology of "Essenes"," RdQ 2 (1960), 427-443

Walter W. Müller, "Die Bedeutung des Wortes אספרך‎ im Genesis-Apocryphon XXII,31," RdQ 2 (1960), 445-447

P. Wernberg-Moller, "The noun of the QTWL class in the Massoretic text," RdQ 2 (1960), 448-450

Shemaryahu Talmon, "The "manual of benedictions" of the sect of the Judaean desert," RdQ 2 (1960), 475-500

Bush Frederic William, "Evidence from Milhamah and the Masoretic text for a penultimate accent in Hebrew verbal forms," RdQ 2 (1960), 501-514

Jean Carmignac, "Étude sur les procédés poétiques des Hymnes," RdQ 2 (1960), 515-532

Harry A. Butler, "The chronological sequence of the scrolls of Qumran cave one," RdQ 2 (1960), 533-539

Edmund F. Sutcliffe, "The rule of the congregation (I Q S a) II, 11-12 text and meaning," RdQ 2 (1960), 541-547

Jean Carmignac, "Compléments au texte des Hymnes de Qumrân (suite)," RdQ 2 (1960), 549-558

Robert Horton Gundry, "למטלים‎ I Q Isaiah a 50, 6 and Mark 14, 65," RdQ 2 (1960), 559-567

Marco Treves, "On the meaning of the Qumran testimonia," RdQ 2 (1960), 569-571

Volume 1 (1959)


Pierre Guilbert, "Le plan de la "Règle de la Communauté"," RdQ 1 (1959), 323-344

Angelo Penna, "Il reclutamento nell'essenismo e nell'antico monachesimo cristiano," RdQ 1 (1959), 345-364

C. Spicq, "L'Épître aux Hébreux, Apollos, Jean-Baptiste, les Hellénistes et Qumrân," RdQ 1 (1959), 365-390

Manfred R. Lehmann, "Talmudic material relating to the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 1 (1959), 391-404

F. Nötscher, "Himmlische Bücher und Schicksalsglaube in Qumran," RdQ 1 (1959), 405-411

Henri Michaud, "A propos d'un passage des Hymnes (1 Q Hôdayôt, II, 7-14)," RdQ 1 (1959), 413-416

C. Roth, "Why the Qumran Sect cannot have been Essenes (I Q Hôdayôt, II, 7-14)," RdQ 1 (1959), 417-422

Z Ben-Hayyim, "Zu dem Aufsatze die Qumran-Rollen und die hebräische Sprachwissenschaft (1948-1958) von Goshen-Gottstein," RdQ 1 (1959), 423-424

Jean Carmignac, "Localisation des fragments 15, 18 et 22 des Hymnes," RdQ 1 (1959), 425-430

Jean Carmignac, "A propos d'une restitution dans le commentaire du Psaume 37," RdQ 1 (1959), 431-

B. Jongeling, "Les formes QTWL dans l'hébreu des manuscrits de Qumrân," RdQ 1 (1959), 483-494

Borge Hjerl-Hansen , "Did Christ know the Qumran Sect? Jesus and the Messiah of the desert an observation based on Matthew 24,26-28?," RdQ 1 (1959), 495-508

Bruce Manning Metzger, "The furniture in the scriptorium at Qumran," RdQ 1 (1959), 509-515

, "Bibliographie," RdQ 1 (1959), 547-626

Volume 1 (1958)


J. Carmignac, "Concordance de la "Règle de la Guerre"," RdQ 1 (1958), 7-49

J. Mejía, "Posibles contactos entre los manuscritos de Qumran y los Libros de los Macabeos," RdQ 1 (1958), 51-72

John Bowman, "Did the Qumran Sect burn the Red Heifer?," RdQ 1 (1958), 73-84

M. Delcor, "Cinq nouveaux Psaumes ésséniens?," RdQ 1 (1958), 85-102

M. H. Goshen-Gottstein, "Die Qumran-Rollen und die hebräische sprachwissenschaft (1948-1958)," RdQ 1 (1958), 103-112

Pierre Grelot, "L'eschatologie des Esséniens et le livre d'Hénoch," RdQ 1 (1958), 113-131

J.-P. de Menasce, "Un mot iranien dans les Hymnes," RdQ 1 (1958), 133-134

S. Szyszman, "A propos du récent livre de M. H.-E. del Medico," RdQ 1 (1958), 135-138

, "Bibliographie," RdQ 1 (1958), 149-160

Hubert Lignée, "Concordance de "1 Q Genesis Apocryphon"," RdQ 1 (1958), 163-186

Roberto Busa, "The index of all non-Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls published up to december 1957," RdQ 1 (1958), 187-198

Pierre Guilbert, "Deux écritures dans les colonnes VII et VIII de la Règle de la Communauté," RdQ 1 (1958), 199-212

Otto Betz, "Die Proselytentaufe der Qumransekte und die Taufe im Neuen Testament," RdQ 1 (1958), 213-234

Jean Carmignac, "Le retour du Docteur de Justice à la fin des jours?," RdQ 1 (1958), 235-248

Manfred R. Lehmann, "1 Q Genesis Apocryphon in the Light of the Targumim and Midrashim," RdQ 1 (1958), 249-263

Joseph R. Rosenbloom, "Notes on historical identifications in the Dead Sea Scrolls," RdQ 1 (1958), 265-272

Pierre Grelot, "Sur l'Apocryphe de la Genèse (colonne XX, ligne 26)," RdQ 1 (1958), 273-276

Johannes B. Bauer, "In 1 Q Milhamah VII, 3 Commentariolum," RdQ 1 (1958), 277-278

R. Vuilleumier-Bessard, "Une question à propos des manuscrits de la Mer Morte," RdQ 1 (1958), 279-280

R. Vuilleumier-Bessard, "Osée 13,12 et les manuscrits," RdQ 1 (1958), 281-282