Review of Books / Journal for the Study of Judaism 38 (2007) 342-449 359 Th ings Revealed: Studies in Early Jewish and Christian Literature in Honor of Michael E. Stone. By Esther G. Chazon, David Satran and Ruth A. Clements. (Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 89). Leiden and Boston, Brill 2004. Cloth. Pp. xxviii, 412. €130.00 / $175.00. ISBN 90-04-13885-4. Th ere are few scholars of Second Temple Judaism today who do not owe a debt, in some way, to Michael E. Stone. Th rough his copious and consistently insightful publications, he has done much to illumine the texts and traditions of Second Temple Judaism and to trace their lively afterlives in Judaism and Christianity. No less signiﬁcant has been his teaching, which has shaped many of our ﬁeld’s lumi- naries, and his service to the ﬁeld, which includes his role as founder of the Orion Center for the Dead Sea Scrolls and his formative place in guiding the SBL Pseudepigrapha Group. It is a special pleasure, thus, to see a volume bringing together so many of Stone’s students and close colleagues to honor him on the occasion of his 65th birthday. Th e
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Published: Jan 1, 2007
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