The Orion Center's bibliography, which covers items from 1995 to the present,
allows users to keep up to date on scholarship on the Dead Sea Scrolls.
The Orion Bibliography was initiated and maintained by Dr. Avital Pinnick from 1995-2000. David Emanuel compiled the Bibliography from 2000-2002; it is currently overseen by Dr. Ruth Clements and Nadav Sharon.
This bibliography is a joint project with the journal, Revue de Qumrân, and appears in that journal twice a year.
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The Current Bibliography is updated every Monday and contains the newest references,
as they are added to our database. In the alphabetical files, under each author's name,
the works are arranged chronologically, from earliest to most recent.
We welcome new contributions, which you may e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- The entries are dated from 1995 to the present. Reviews and newspaper articles are not included.
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