Observations on the Editorial Shaping of the So-Called Community Hymns from 1QHa and 4QHa (4Q427)

Observations on the Editorial Shaping of the So-Called Community Hymns from 1QHa and 4QHa (4Q427) OBSERVATIONS ON THE EDITORIAL SHAPING OF THE SO-CALLED COMMUNITY HYMNS FROM 1QH a AND 4QH a (4Q427) ANGELA KIM HARKINS Duquesne University One of the fi rst scrolls to be unrolled by Eliezer Sukenik was the Hodayot scroll from Cave 1 in 1947. 1 Since then, the Hodayot have been identi fi ed in at least seven other manuscripts of varying states of decay. 2 The most complete example of this collection remains the large scroll from Cave 1 which is well-known for the complexity of its reconstruction from many sheets and many fragments. 3 1QH a is thought 1 E.L. Sukenik, The Dead Sea Scrolls of the Hebrew University (prepared for the press by N. Avigad; Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1954 [Hebr]; 1955 [Eng.]) hereafter DSSHU . 2 Two fragments of what is considered by many to be the second copy of the Hodayot from Cave 1 (1Q35) were fi rst identi fi ed as Hodayot texts by J.T. Milik in Qumran Cave I (DJD 1; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1955) 136, pl. 35 and later identi fi ed correctly as a second copy of the Hodayot scroll and renamed as 1QH b by Stegemann in his unpublished dissertation http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Dead Sea Discoveries Brill

Observations on the Editorial Shaping of the So-Called Community Hymns from 1QHa and 4QHa (4Q427)

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© 2005 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0929-0761
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10.1163/156851705774479860
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OBSERVATIONS ON THE EDITORIAL SHAPING OF THE SO-CALLED COMMUNITY HYMNS FROM 1QH a AND 4QH a (4Q427) ANGELA KIM HARKINS Duquesne University One of the fi rst scrolls to be unrolled by Eliezer Sukenik was the Hodayot scroll from Cave 1 in 1947. 1 Since then, the Hodayot have been identi fi ed in at least seven other manuscripts of varying states of decay. 2 The most complete example of this collection remains the large scroll from Cave 1 which is well-known for the complexity of its reconstruction from many sheets and many fragments. 3 1QH a is thought 1 E.L. Sukenik, The Dead Sea Scrolls of the Hebrew University (prepared for the press by N. Avigad; Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1954 [Hebr]; 1955 [Eng.]) hereafter DSSHU . 2 Two fragments of what is considered by many to be the second copy of the Hodayot from Cave 1 (1Q35) were fi rst identi fi ed as Hodayot texts by J.T. Milik in Qumran Cave I (DJD 1; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1955) 136, pl. 35 and later identi fi ed correctly as a second copy of the Hodayot scroll and renamed as 1QH b by Stegemann in his unpublished dissertation

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Published: Jan 1, 2005

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