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Have a look at http://www.fmnh.org/new/press/press_scrolls.htm

At 10:35 AM 6/19/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Irv Diamond wrote:
> >How did you locate the stuff from Gmirkin,  Cryer, and Peterson ?
>Go to http://orion.mscc.huji.ac.il/orion/archivesearch.shtml
>Or go to http://orion.mscc.huji.ac.il
>then choose "Discussion Group" then, under Archives, click on "Search."
>         You may notice that the first post of alkraemer@hotmail.com began
>with a rendition of Cryer's posts, to which I responded then and recently.
>         Can alkraemer@hotmail.com provide examples of ancient etymologies
>solved by statistics? And what is the method? If statistics are relevant,
>is the complete lack of ancient support of Aramaic xasayya for Essenes
>worth taking into account? Does Asidaioi especially match Essenes? Did
>Josephus link them? Can anyone give examples where Greek endings -hnoi and
>-anoi in one term clearly come, respectively, from Aramaic absolute plural
>and determinate plural forms? What does the ratio of usages of 'osey
>hatorah to usages of bny 'wr matter if the latter is not a candidate for
>this etymology? What relevance do alkraemer@hotmail.com's mentions of
>"fonts" and R. Eisenman on Belial have here? Have you read the current DSD
>on David and ma'ase hatorah saying the community regarded doing torah as
>best wishes,
>Stephen Craft Goranson
>Durham, North Carolina

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