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Papers on the Qumran Scrolls by Fellows of the Institute for Advanced Studies of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1989–1990 (ed. Devorah Dimant and Lawrence H. Schiffman; STDJ 16; Leiden: Brill, 1995), 23–58, at 30. 29 Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra, “Old Caves and Young Caves—A Statistical Reevaluation of a Qumran Consensus,” DSD 14 (2007): 313–33, at 315–16. 12 emanuel tov turn of the era when Qumran was destroyed by a fire after an attack. 31 The only features characterizing the individual caves seem to be: (1) Cave 7 contains only Greek papyrus fragments (19 items), probably mainly biblical texts.

1. IDENTITY AND HISTORY OF THE COMMUNITY THE GRONINGEN HYPOTHESIS REVISITED Florentino García Martínez 1. ” When I first presented the core of what later became known as “the Groningen Hypothesis” at a symposium of Spanish Biblical Scholars in Córdoba in 1986,1 only the first seven volumes of the Discoveries in the Judaean Desert Series had been published. Of course, the seven largest and most well preserved manuscripts from Cave 1 had been available for a long time, and many other fragments from Cave 4 were also known in preliminary form.

See also Weston W. Fields, The Dead Sea Scrolls, A Short History (Leiden: Brill, 2006) 109. The Cave 1 scrolls covered with cloth and placed in jars were probably considered especially precious. ; Freiburg/Basel/Vienna, 1993) 90 = idem, The Library of Qumran: On the Essenes, Qumran, John the Baptist, and Jesus (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans and Leiden: Brill, 1998), 81. 28 Devorah Dimant, “The Qumran Manuscripts: Contents and Significance,” in A Time to Prepare the Way in the Wilderness. Papers on the Qumran Scrolls by Fellows of the Institute for Advanced Studies of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1989–1990 (ed.

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