Hanne von Weissenberg's 4QMMT: Reevaluating the Text, the Function and the Meaning PDF
By Hanne von Weissenberg
This ebook makes a speciality of the 3rd component of some of the most vital records from the Qumran library, the epilogue of 4QMMT. It re-evaluates the textual foundation for this part, and analyses how the epilogue features as part of the bigger record. as well as addressing the constitution and style of 4QMMT, this quantity analyzes using Scripture within the epilogue to be able to light up the theological time table of the document's author/redactor. even though this book's fundamental concentration is at the epilogue, the result of this research make clear 4QMMT as an entire.
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24 Similarly VanderKam, “The Calendar, 4Q327 and 4Q394,” 183, note 18. 25 Callaway, “4QMMT and Recent Hypothesis on the Origin of the Qumran Community,” in Mogilany 1993: Papers on the Dead Sea Scrolls offered in Memory of Hans Burgmann (ed. Z. J. Kapera; Krakow: Enigma, 1996) 20. 26 The term is used in DJD XXI, 1. e. the twelfth month)] is a Sabbath. e. the twelfth month), after [the] Sab[bath, Sunday and Monday, a day] 2 [is to be ad]ded. And the year is complete, three hundred and si[xty-four] 3 days.
44 CHAPTER TWO We do not even know with certainty how much text is missing between the extant lines of the halakhic section and the epilogue. A material reconstruction of 4Q397 would be instructive for establishing with greater certainty the transition from the halakhic section to the epilogue. 42 If this estimate were correct, there would be one whole column between the last preserved lines of the halakhic section in MS 4Q397 (4Q397 frgs. 6-13, line 15) and the first fragments of this MS containing text from the epilogue (4Q397 frgs.
36 CHAPTER TWO sheet or both. Another possibility, although far less likely, would be that the sheets were of a different height. Furthermore, the presentation of the text differs markedly. On fragments 1-2 the text is written in very narrow columns of only a few words. 18 Talmon and Ben-Dov give a full description of the fragments in their re-edition of 4Q394 1-2. 19 The main arguments have been stated by Talmon and Ben-Dov and before their re-edition in DJD XXI by VanderKam, García Martínez, and Callaway.
4QMMT: Reevaluating the Text, the Function and the Meaning of the Epilogue (Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah) by Hanne von Weissenberg