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Re: One Thousand Scribes

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>>4Q259 and 4Q319 (or the same ms?)
>                  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>Yes, sure the separation is artifical. The fragments of 4QS^e (=4Q259)
>continue on PAM 43.283 (missing in Charlesworth´s edition) and belong to the
>same column as 4QOtot (=4Q319). The existence of a calendar-section in this
>position, where 1QS 9,26 - 10 has the section of the "appointed times", is
>of great interest for the history of the Community Rule(/s).


Just to be clear, isn't it true that no one fragment contains text from
both 'works'?


Martin Abegg
Director, Dead Sea Scrolls Institute
Trinity Western University