Die Phylakterien von Qumran (4Q184.108.40.206) aus der Heidelberger Papyrussammlung. Veröffentlichungen aus der Heidelberger Papyrus-Sammlung, Neue Folge 15. Heidelberg: Winter, 2015. Hardcover. Pp. 116. € 45. isbn 978-3-8253-6520.Four tefillin fragments, obtained from Bedouin who claimed to have found them in Qumran Cave 4, were purchased by Karl Georg Kuhn in 1955 on behalf of Heidelberg University. Kuhn brought these fragments to Heidelberg and published them shortly thereafter as a monograph (Phylakterien aus Höhle 4 von Qumran, Heidelberg: C. Winter, 1957). An additional fifteen tefillin texts from Cave 4 remained in Jerusalem, and these were published by Józef T. Milik in 1977 (djd vi). Milik also identified a number of additional fragments as belonging to three of those previously published by Kuhn, and these he published for the first time together with a republication of all four of the Heidelberg fragments. Although Milik never had the opportunity to study the original manuscripts which had already been taken to Germany, he provided his own new readings of these on the basis of photographs published by Kuhn, readings which sometimes differed from those given earlier by Kuhn himself. The present work, which began as an ma thesis carried out by the author at
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