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Re: DSS in Hebrew
I just answered Beruriah privately but on the basis of your contribution
I think I should give a summary of my answer to others.
DJD (official publications)
Rd'Q publications of individual texts (more publications in other
Journals such as JJS, JBL etc.)
J. Licht Serakhim
J. Licht Hodayot
Y. Yadin War
Y. Yadin Temple Scroll (now reedited by Qimron)
Qimron Damascus (new edition and publication of complete photographs)
Eisneman-Wise (compendium of "unpublished" texts)
Haberman (pre-Lohse compendium)
B. Nitzan Pesher Habakuk.
The Pesharim are also edited in a CBQ monograph but I can't remember
I'm sure others can point to additional material. By the way, the
material published in Hebrew presses is relatively inexpensive and the
commentaries are of high standard so I recommend them for private libraries)
On Mon, 14 Oct 1996, Jim West wrote:
> At 09:15 PM 10/14/96 -0400, you wrote:
> >I am a graduate student attempting to write a paper on DSS, and would like to
> >use the Hebrew texts instead of relying on the Garcia Martinez translation. I
> >asked my professor if I could use his Hebrew texts--he says he doesn't have
> >all, and was rather vague about the ones he does have. He suggested I get them
> >through Interlibrary loan, and said the most complete one he knew of was
> done by
> Sounds like he doesn't want to loan out his own stuff!!
> >So I looked for Lohse (no first name)
> I am pretty sure its Eduard.
> The title is "Die Texte aus Qumran"
> >and there were several dozen entries in
> >the state university system library, but none appeared to have authored
> >that sounded even remotely like Dead Sea Scrolls translated into German. Is
> >Lohse the only edition of the DSS in Hebrew available to graduate students
> >outside the major centers of DSS scholarship?
> Nope. Princeton U. is currently making them available. 2 vol. out already
> (of 10 projected). Westminster is the publisher.
> > If so, what is his first name?
> >If not, what other authors/titles should I be looking for? (I've gotten
> >Schechter's Zadokite fragments from my university library and have, and was
> >able to request Yadin's "Megilat milhemet bene or bi-vene hoshekh" from ILL.
> >What about the more recently discovered texts?
> >Many thanks...
> > Beruriah Bloom
> About the recent stuff- the best you can do is get either a journal where
> they are published; the Discoveries in the Judean Desert volumes you want;
> or look for yourself at the photos available in 2 volumes from (and I hate
> to say it) the Biblical Archaeology Society.
> (and if you really get in a bind I will photocopy the Hebrew side of Lohse
> for you- but don't tell anyone) :)
> Jim West, ThD
> Professor of Biblical Languages
> Petros TN