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Due to Roland de Vaux’s premature death, the archaeology of Cave 11Q has never been published. This volume presents the final report on the 1956, 1988 and 2017 excavations at Cave 11Q.

Author: Jean-Baptiste Humbert

Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

ISBN: 9783647564692

Category: Fiction

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Qumran Cave 11Q was discovered by Bedouin in 1956. In the cave, remains of around 30 Dead Sea Scrolls were found, a few of them in very good state of preservation (the Temple Scroll, the Psalm Scroll, the Paleo Leviticus Scroll, and the Targum Job Scroll). The cave was excavated by Roland de Vaux (École Biblique et Archéologique Française, Jerusalem) and Gerald L. Harding (Department of Antiquities of Jordan) in 1956; later by Joseph Patrich (University of Haifa) in 1988, and by Marcello Fidanzio and Dan Bahat (ISCAB FTL and Università della Svizzera Italiana) in 2017. Due to Roland de Vaux’s premature death, the archaeology of Cave 11Q has never been published. This volume presents the final report on the 1956, 1988 and 2017 excavations at Cave 11Q. Next to discussing the physical characteristics and stratigraphy of the cave and offering a full analysis of non-textual finds, the volume for the first time presents many tiny manuscript fragments found in storerooms during recent work. These fragments, most of which were collected during 1956 excavation, have not been known until now. The volume, therefore, offers the final report of Cave 11Q excavations as well as the editio princeps of the new fragments, followed by a reevaluation of the entire set of texts found in this famous cave.
2019-08-12 By Jean-Baptiste Humbert

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The essay seeks to outline their internal consistency and to determine their function.

Author: Jean-Baptiste Humbert

Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

ISBN: 3525570902

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For 60 years Qumran research has been focused on epigraphy, exegesis, and the historical sources of the Dead Sea Scrolls. The manuscripts are now published and accessible, and research is turning in a positive way to the archaeology of the site and its context. The time has come to provide researchers with a complete documentation. The excavator, Roland de Vaux, had given preliminary reports and a valuable interpretation made in the immediate aftermath of the excavations. Since considerable progress has been made in the archeology of Hellenistic and Roman Palestine, however, Qumran has to be reassessed and the interpretation objectively verified.Volume IIIA presents an up-to-date archaeological reconsideration: a shorter and more precise chronology, in which the earthquake of 31 BC is deleted; the concept of an Essene community is challenged, owing to the lack of a suitable infrastructure; the cemetery itself is connected with a Jewish diaspora scattered around the Dead Sea. Other facilities strengthen the Jewish character of the site, however. The function of Qumran fits better with the rites of a pilgrimage on the occasion of the festivals of Passover and Pentecost.In the second part, the peripheral Essene facilities, expanded around an earlier Hellenistic center, are analyzed and described. The essay seeks to outline their internal consistency and to determine their function. The restoration of a stratigraphy, by cross-checking the excavation archives, leads to a redistribution of pottery in four levels in a more precise chronology.The reconsideration makes use of anthropology, which opens up the archaeological field and throws additional light on the manuscripts.
2019-09-16 By Jean-Baptiste Humbert

Author: Jean-Baptiste Humbert

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ISBN: OCLC:37966056

Category: Aïn Feshkha Site (West Bank)

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Author: Roland de Vaux

Publisher: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht

ISBN: UOM:39015058701106

Category: Aïn Feshkha Site (West Bank)

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2003 By Roland de Vaux

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ISBN: 3525539843

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Ain Feshkha documents The inscriptions found in nearby ' Ain Feshkha , Nos . 71 , 174 , 207 , of the 1st century AD . , and 255A ( our QUM 211 ) show , however , a different view as that obtained from ostraca found in Khirbet Qumran .

Author: Roland de Vaux

Publisher: Ruprecht Gmbh & Company

ISBN: UOM:39015058701114

Category: Social Science

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2003 By Roland de Vaux

'Ain Feshkha, a kilometer south from Qumran but joined to it by a long wall along the eastern side, was also attacked. ... The installations of 'Ain el-Ghuweir,27 Khirbet Mazin (Qasr el-Yahud)—an anchorage at the mouth of the Kidron ...

Author: Jean-Baptiste Humbert

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789047407973

Category: Religion

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Archaeology plays an ever increasing role in Qumran studies. Fifteen renowned experts discuss the latest archaeological discoveries and break new ground for a lively debate about the character of the famous site on the shore of the Dead Sea.
2006-03-23 By Jean-Baptiste Humbert

Hirschfeld, Yizhar, Qumran in Context: Reassessing the Archaeological Evidence (Peabody, Massachusetts: Hendrickson, 2004). Humbert Jean-Baptiste and Gunneweg, Jan (2003). Khirbet Qumran and `Ain Feshkha II: Études d'anthropologie, ...

Author: Dr. Pelham K. Mead III

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781493129416

Category: Fiction

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The novel Jesus and John delves into the childhood years of Jesus and his second cousin John the Baptist. It researches how Jesus came to be such a great miracle medical healer and how John The Baptist got his spiritual training. Both men may well have joined the Essene societies near them. John may well have joined the Qumran Essene community by the Dead Sea which was a monastic community. Jesus living in Northern Galilee chose to join the secret Essenes on Mount Carmel which was walking distance from Nazareth where Jesus lived. The Dead Sea Scrolls reveal the Gospels and prayers of the Essenes which parallel the teachings of John the Baptist and Jesus of Nazareth. John the Baptists lifestyle was copied after the prophet Elijiah, and Jesus of Nazareth demonstrated a more liberal Essene lifestyle of simple life, prayer, and the coming of the Messiah or the Righteous Teacher. Jesus and Johns involvement with the Essene communities were always kept a secret so that the enemies of the Essenes (the Pharisees and Saducees) would not be able to take out their anger on these two preachers.
2013-11-27 By Dr. Pelham K. Mead III

Khirbet Qumrân et 'Aïn Feshkha II: Études d'anthropologie, de physique et de chimie, Novum Testamentum et Orbis Antiquus, Series Archaeologica 3. Fribourg: Academic Press; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 401-415. 5.

Author: Jan Gunneweg

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004190757

Category: Religion

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Monotheism is studied through the manuscripts found at Qumran that are in Hebrew and Aramaic and thousand years earlier than the existing Hebrew text, known as the Old Testament. The scientific study of the bio- and material relics found at sectarian Qumran's settlement, caves and cemetery shed light on their culture and religion.
2010-03-02 By Jan Gunneweg