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Discoveries in the Judaean Desert XXXII: Qumran Cave 1: II. The Isaiah Scrolls: Part 2: Introductions, Commentary, and Textual Variants Hardcover – Feb 13 2011


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Eugene Ulrich is John A. O'Brien Professor of Hebrew Scriptures at the University of Notre Dame and Chief Editor of the Qumran Biblical Scrolls. Peter W. Flint is Canada Research Chair in Dead Sea Scroll Studies and Director of the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute at Trinity Western University in British Columbia, Canada.

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review on volumes xxxii Sept. 21 2011
By gustav mahler - Published on Amazon.com
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The new reproduction of the two Isaiah scrolls from the Dead Sea is excellent.
The reason for printing them in two volumes was for ease in comparison so said the preface to the books. I was shocked at the outrageous price demanded for the two volumes. It would have been better to print the two volumes as one and lower the price.
I have read in Biblical Archaeological Review, the latest number, that this set was voted the best contributing book for the year 2010. I agree.
If you have the money this set is a must for the scholar. It not of no use for the laymen who dabble in such esoteric studies as the Dead Sea Scrolls.


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