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By Associate Professor Katell Berthelot, Daniel Stokl Ben Ezra

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The Aramaic useless Sea Scrolls symbolize approximately thirteen% of the Qumran library and correspond to quite a lot of genres and issues. This e-book involves the complaints of a convention at the Aramaic scrolls from Qumran which happened in Aix-en-Provence in 2008. It contains either the papers themselves and a transcription of the discussions. The 22 papers take on linguistic, exegetical and historic questions, focusing specifically on: the relation of the Aramaic texts to what we all know because the Hebrew Bible; their literary genres; the query in their sectarian or non-sectarian provenance; the nature of the corpus, and in particular its relevance to the improvement of apocalypticism and messianism within the Jewish culture.

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44 This fragment was published and discussed by J. T. Milik, “Le Testament de Lévi en araméen,” RB 62 (1955): 398–406. The bulk of the dream is preserved in the Bodleian ms. a (XIII, 1–9, Puech’s numbering). See Puech, “Geniza,” 522–523; Greenfield–Stone– Eshel, Aramaic Levi, 68. 45 See Greenfield–Stone–Eshel, Aramaic Levi, 57. 46 See Bodleian ms. a (XIII, 19, Puech’s numbering). See Puech, “Geniza,” 523; Greenfield–Stone–Eshel, Aramaic Levi, 70. 49 The second composition well represented at Qumran is now labeled the Visions of Amram.

46 See Bodleian ms. a (XIII, 19, Puech’s numbering). See Puech, “Geniza,” 523; Greenfield–Stone–Eshel, Aramaic Levi, 70. 49 The second composition well represented at Qumran is now labeled the Visions of Amram. Unknown from any other source,50 it purports to be a copy of the book written by Amram to his sons (4Q543 1 1–2; 4Q545 1 i 1–2). The book relates the events occurring during the patriarch’s sojourn in Cana‛an, where he went to bury his ancestors. A short introductory passage in a third-person narrative style (4Q543 1 1– 8; 4Q545 1–8) identifies the protagonist and the circumstances of the subsequent story.

See Puech, “Geniza,” 522–523; Greenfield–Stone– Eshel, Aramaic Levi, 68. 45 See Greenfield–Stone–Eshel, Aramaic Levi, 57. 46 See Bodleian ms. a (XIII, 19, Puech’s numbering). See Puech, “Geniza,” 523; Greenfield–Stone–Eshel, Aramaic Levi, 70. 49 The second composition well represented at Qumran is now labeled the Visions of Amram. Unknown from any other source,50 it purports to be a copy of the book written by Amram to his sons (4Q543 1 1–2; 4Q545 1 i 1–2). The book relates the events occurring during the patriarch’s sojourn in Cana‛an, where he went to bury his ancestors.

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