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Re: orion WHO SAYS "ESSENES"?
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Michael S. Sanders wrote:
> Stephan Pfann wrote:
> "If the term "ESSENES" doesn't refer to the so-called
> "covenanters from
> Qumran" (for whom we have a significant self-produced
> library [more than
> 50% of the texts found in the caves] and now can identify at
> least 4
> settlements and 4 cemeteries ranging from Jerusalem to the
> Dead Sea,
> confirmed regionally by the map of the Copper Scroll) JUST
> WHERE ARE THE
> LITERARY AND MATERIAL REMAINS OF THIS HISTORICALLY
> SIGNIFICANT GROUP CALLED THE ^”ESSENES^‘?"
> For a seeking amateur as myself could someone please
> encapsulate the evidence for the "library" being
> "self-produced" by the "covenanters from Qumran"
I think this referes to those texts throughout the corpus
that show the same scribal hands.
D^“man dith laych idneh d^“nishMA nishMA
Jack Kilmon (email@example.com)