112 Review of Books / Journal for the Study of Judaism 41 (2010) 94-151 Flores Florentino: Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Early Jewish Studies in Honour of Florentino García Martínez. (Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 122). Edited by Anthony Hilhorst, Émile Puech and Eibert Tigchelaar. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2007. Pp. xxvii, 836. Cloth with dust jacket. € 179.00 / US$ 249.00. ISBN 978-90-04-16292-1. This opus maximum celebrates the work and merits of Florentino García Mar- tínez, one of the most prominent scholars of Qumran and Judaism. Friends, col- leagues and former students of García Martínez have collected a literary bouquet consisting of forty-eight essays written in English, French, Italian and Spain. For sure, the arrangement of “ﬂowers” starts with Qumran. But it follows a large amount of contributions to further texts from the Second Temple period and also to relevant topics from Christian and the so-called pagan religions. Ulrich and Parry investigate 4QSam a by referring to questions that lay beside the relationship of this important witness to the “Antiochene text” of LXX. Lange discusses the “textual standardization of Jewish scriptures in the light of the Dead Sea Scrolls.” Lange starts with Tov’s
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