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Handbuch der Textfunde vom Toten Meer Band 1: Die Handschriften biblischer Bucher von Qumran und den anderen Fundorten

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Title: Handbuch der Textfunde vom Toten Meer Band 1...

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Dead Sea Scrolls Handbook. Volume 1: The Manuscripts of Biblical Books from Qumran and Other Sites. The Dead Sea Scrolls Handbook provides the first detailed introduction to the literary works from the library of Qumran and elsewhere. The first volume studies the manuscripts of the books of the Hebrew Bible and looks at their textual history. The text of each biblical book developed individually, and many are characterized by textual plurality. These individual texts merged into the text of the Hebrew Bible after the completion of the canon. For each biblical book, the author describes the textual witnesses from the Qumran library and the other sites in the Judean desert and classifies them textually. He also describes the significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls for the individual textual histories of each biblical book and focuses on the implications for its interpretation. Bookseller Inventory # LANHANDBUP

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Synopsis: English summary: The Dead Sea Scrolls Handbook provides the first detailed introduction to the literary works from the library of Qumran and elsewhere. The first volume studies the manuscripts of the books of the Hebrew Bible and looks at their textual history. The text of each biblical book developed individually, and many are characterized by textual plurality. These individual texts merged into the text of the Hebrew Bible after the completion of the canon. For each biblical book, the author describes the textual witnesses from the Qumran library and the other sites in the Judean desert and classifies them textually. He also describes the significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls for the individual textual histories of each biblical book and focuses on the implications for its interpretation. In the introduction, he shows the extent to which the Dead Sea Scrolls shed new light on the overall textual history of the Hebrew Bible. German description: Das auf mehrere Bande angelegte Handbuch der Textfunde vom Toten Meer bietet die erste literaturgeschichtliche Einleitung in die Handschriften von Qumran und den anderen Fundorten vom Toten Meer. Band 1 ist den Textzeugen alttestamentlicher Bucher und ihrer Textgeschichte gewidmet. Ursprunglich hat jedes biblische Buch seine eigene individuelle Textgeschichte durchlebt. Erst mit dem Abschluss des Kanons verschmelzen diese individuellen Texte zu den mittelalterlichen Texttypen des hebraischen TaNaKh, des griechischen Alten Testaments und des samaritanischen Pentateuchs. Insbesondere die Bibliothek von Qumran zeigt, dass die vorkanonische Textgeschichte der biblischen Bucher von einer grossen textlichen Pluralitat gekennzeichnet ist. In einigen Fallen geben die Handschriften von Qumran sogar Einblick in die redaktionelle Entstehung biblischer Bucher. In einem ersten Schritt wendet sich Armin Lange an die Wissenschaftler und Spezialisten. Er beschreibt fur jedes biblische Buch detailliert die Textzeugen aus der Bibliothek von Qumran und den anderen Fundorten und klassifiziert diese texttypologisch. In einem zweiten Schritt mochte er dies einer breiteren Offentlichkeit zuganglich machen, fragt nach der Bedeutung der Textfunde vom Toten Meer fur die Textgeschichte jedes biblischen Buches und zeigt die Konsequenzen fur die Interpretation dieser Bucher auf. In einer ausfuhrlichen Einleitung arbeitet er die Bedeutung der Textfunde vom Toten Meer fur die Textgeschichte des Alten Testaments heraus.

About the Author: Armin Lange, Geboren 1961; 1982-90 Studium der Evangelischen Theologie; 1995 Promotion; 2001 Habilitation; 2002-2004 Associate Professor for Hebrew Bible and Dead Sea Scrolls an der University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; seit 2005 Professor fur das Judentum in der Zeit des Zweiten Tempels an der Universitat Wien.

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