Discoveries in the Judaean Desert

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Discoveries in the Judaean Desert (or DJD) is the 40-volume series that serves as the editio princeps for the Dead Sea Scrolls. It is published by Oxford University Press. Volume 39 provides an introduction for, and summaries of, the preceding 38 volumes.

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  1. ^ TOC: Aramaic Book of Enoch, Astronomical Book, Book of Watchers, Book of Dreams, Book of Giants, Enochic Writings.
  2. ^ Henri Del Medico [1896-1970], son of Italian archaeologist (born in Turkey), scholar of Semitic languages, translator specialized in the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
  3. ^ Michæl WISE, Ph.D., Professor of biblical Hebrew and anc. languages, Univ. of Minnesota; Professor Ass. of Aramaic, East. Languages and Civilisation Dpt, Univ. of Chicago; Pastor of Evangelical Free Church :: Robert EISENMAN, Professor of Middle East Religions and Chair of Religious Studies Dpt., Univ. of California.
  4. ^ TOC: Jubilees, Life of Adam and Eve, 1Enoch, 2Enoch, Testament of Abraham, of Issac, of Jacob, of the 12 Patriarchs, of Job, of Solomon, Ladder of Jacob, Assumption of Moses, Psalms of Solomon, Ascension of Isaiah, Vision of Esdras, Apocalypse of Abraham, Elijah, Baruch, Zephaniah, Esdras,Sedrach.
  5. ^ TOC: Book of Adam, History of Moses, Deaths of the (16) Prophets, Concerning King Solomon, Short History of the Prophet Elias, Predication of the prophet Jonah, Concerning the Prophet Jeremiah, The Vision of Enoch the Just, The Testaments of the XII Patriarchs, Third Book of Esdras, Inquiries Made by the Prophet Esdras.

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