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Scrolls Journals online
(Institutional or individual subscription required for access)


  • Dead Sea Discoveries. http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/15685179


  • Meghillot. http://www.jstor.org/action/showPublication?journalCode=meghillot



  • Scholarly Articles on Line


    This new Orion web page features links to scholarly articles on the Dead Sea Scrolls which are published in online journals. Please feel free to alert usto appropriate articles as they appear. For reporting on the scrolls in the popular media, please see Scrolls in the News.


  • Ben-Dov, Jonathan . Turning to the angels to save Jewish mythology. (2013 Article).


  • Bizzarro, Laura. El desarrollo de la Idea Mesianica en los Textos de la Cueva 4Q, la Literatura Apocaliptica y los Evangelios Sinopticos.. (2007 Article).


  • British Library Greek Manuscripts. The British Library in London has posted more than a quarter of its Greek manuscripts, equating to more than 280 volumes, online, The manuscripts may be seen for free on its website at www.bl.uk/manuscripts.

  • Calaway, Jared. "Heavenly Sabbath, Heavenly Sanctuary: The Transformation of Priestly Sacred Space and Sacred Time in the Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice and the Epistle to the Hebrews," Ph.D. diss., Columbia University , http://antiquitopia.blogspot.com/2011/06/my-dissertation-is-online.html


  • Cargill, Robert R. The Fortress at Qumran: A History of Interpretation (2009 Abstract).


  • Conference Report: 100(and 1) Years Since the Birth of Pesach Bar-Adon," by Doron Bar-Adon, Uri Davidovich, and Roi Porat


  • Chanan Ariel and Alexey (Eliyahu) Yuditsky Don’t abandon the dove: 4Q541 frg. 24 reconsidered Aqaddem 49 (Oct. 2013), pp. 6-7 .


  • Daniel A. Machiela. THE OTHER DEAD SEA SCROLLS: CONSIDERING THE ARAMAIC TEXTS FROM QUMRAN. (September 20, 2012)


  • Dafna Langgut, Yuval Gadot, Naomi Porat & Oded Lipschits Fossil pollen reveals the secrets of the Royal Persian Garden at Ramat Rahel, Jerusalem(Jan 16, 2013)


  • l'Ecole Biblique et Archeologique Francaise The Copper Scroll from Qumran. (Number 83, January 2008).


  • E. Grant, Deena "Reinterpretation of Scripture in Hymn to the Creator" From TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism vol 16 (2011)

  • Elizur, Shulamit, and Michael Rand, "A New Fragment of the Book of Ben Sira, T-S AS 118.78," Taylor Schechter Genizah Research Institute "Fragment of the Month: January 2011," http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/Taylor-Schechter/fotm/january-2011/index.html


  • New Journal: Enoch Seminar Online The Enoch Seminar, an academic association of specialists in the field of Second Temple Judaism and Christian origins since 2001, has developed its website into an online Journal, Enoch Seminar Online (ESO), where subscribers have complete access to all papers presented at the meetings of the Enoch Seminar. A new open access feature has now been added, an online book review service, Reviews of the Enoch Seminar (RES). The primary aim of RES is to publish timely book reviews of current scholarship on Jews and Christians in antiquity, with a particular interest in Jewish and Christian history, literature, and culture between the Babylonian Exile and the Bar-Kokhba revolt.


  • Flint Peter "The Adventure of the Dead Sea Scrolls - Exploring the Greatest Discovery of the Twentieth Century” is an online lecture . (2006 Video).


  • Golb, Norman. The Mystery of National Geographic’s “Dead Sea Scrolls Mystery Solved?” An Open Letter to the Geographic. (2009 Article).


  • Golb, Norman. OBSERVATIONS ON THE BIPOLAR THEORY OF SO-CALLED “QUMRAN SPELLINGS”. (2009 Article).


  • Golb, Norman. The Qumran-Essene Theory and recent strategies employed in its defense. (2007 Article).


  • Golb, Norman. Observations on the Ancient Tunnel Recently Discovered in Jerusalem. (2007 Article)


  • Golb, Norman. On the Jerusalem Origin of the Dead Sea Scrolls. (2009 Article)


  • Golb, Norman. Series of articles on the traveling Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit:
  • Guillaume, Philippe. The Unlikely Malachi-Jonah Sequence (4QXIIa). (2007 Article).


  • Ioanna Mantouvalou, Timo Wolff, Oliver Hahn, Ira Rabin, Lars Lhl, Marcel Pagels, Wolfgang Malzer, and Birgit Kanngiesser, "3D Micro-XRF for Cultural Heritage Objects: New Analysis Strategies for the Investigation of the Dead Sea Scrolls"


  • ISRAEL FINKELSTEIN, IDO KOCH & ODED LIPSCHITS TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY THE MOUND ON THE MOUNT: A POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO THE "PROBLEM WITH JERUSALEM" JOURNAL OF HEBREW SCRIPTURES Volume 11 Article 12


  • Jassen, Alex P.
    Religion in the Dead Sea Scrolls (2007 Article)
    Teaching and Learning Guide For: Religion and the Dead Sea Scrolls


  • K. L. RASMUSSEN1, J. GUNNEWEG2, J. VAN DER PLICHT3, I. KRALJ CIGIC4, A. D. BOND1, B. SVENSMARK5, M. BALLA6, M. STRLIC7, G. DOUDNA8 ON THE AGE AND CONTENT OF JAR-35—A SEALED AND INTACT STORAGE JAR FOUND ON THE SOUTHERN PLATEAU OF QUMRAN


  • Levy, David. 2008. "The Theology, Halakhah, Politics and Esotericism of the DSS Essene Sect Compared with Normative Rabbinic Practices and that of the Second Temple Sadducees"
    Pdf:http://www.jewishlibraries.org/ajlweb/publications/proceedings/proceedings2008/levy08.pdf

    Power Point:http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.jewishlibraries.org%2Fajlweb%2Fpublications%2Fproceedings%2Fproceedings2008%2Flevy08.ppt&h=d6e391DqL4VKDSdaaLhdqGWBilA

    Podcast:http://jewishlibraries.org/podcast/?p=227


  • Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (Slavonic Apocalypse of) Enoch: Text and Context (2010 Article)


  • McManamon Francis and Keith W. Kintigh and Adam Brin Digital Antiquity and the Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR): Broadening Access and Ensuring Long-Term Preservation for Digital Archaeological Data (2010 Article)


  • Mladen Popovic, Reading the Human Body (2007 Review)


  • Magen, Yitzhak and Peleg Yuval. The Qumran Excavations 1993-2004 preliminary report. (2007 Preliminary Report)


  • Price, Randall NEW DISCOVERIES AT QUMRAN (2004 Report)


  • Pfann, Stephen Reassessing the Judean Desert Caves: Libraries, Archives, Genizas and Hiding Places. (2007 Article)


  • Qumran Month on the ASOR Blog . (September 2012)


  • Rashdi, Maheen A. Fragments of history. (2009 Article).


  • Stoekl Ben Ezra, Daniel Old Caves and Young Caves (2007 Abstract)


  • Stacey David "Some Notes on the Archaeological Context of Qumran in the Light of Recent Publications". (2004 Review Article)


  • TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism vol 16 (2011)


  • Tyrone Slothrop The Earliest Non-Angelic Interpretation of Genesis 6.1-4 (2012)


  • The Palestine Exploration Fund Newly Discovered Qumran Photographs from the 1950s


  • Ullmann-Margalit,Edna Spotlight on Scroll Scholars: Dissecting the Qumran-Essene Hypothesis. (2008 Article)


  • VERMES, GEZA Jesus in the Eyes of Josephus . (2010 Article)


  • Zuckerman, Bruce. The Dynamics of Change in the Computer Imaging of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Ancient Inscriptions
    Revised and enlarged from Rediscovering the Dead Sea Scrolls: An Assessment of Old and New Approaches and Methods (Maxine L. Grossman, ed.; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2010): 69-88. This version is dated October 1, 2010. http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/wsrp/information/DynamicsDSS/ (2010 Article)


  • Werrett, Ian. The Perils of Prepublication in the Digital Age: Essenes, Latrines, and the Dead Sea Scrolls. (2008 Article)


  • Gabriel Stone

    Reviews

  • Goodman, Martin. Rome & Jerusalem: The Clash of Ancient Civilizations . (2007 Review).


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