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QUMRAN COMMUNITY
DOCUMENTS
AGREEMENT
SCHOLARS
SETTLEMENT
DANIEL
INTEGRITY
SITE
EXCAVATION
TIME
CHRISTIAN ERA
HEBREW WORD
ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS
HEBREW BIBLE
ANCIENT SITE
DEAD SEA
ESSENES
BIBLICAL MANUSCRIPTS
FRAGMENTS
IMPORTANT
DISCOVERY
SCROLLS
ISAIAH
SEPTUAGINT
HEBREW
ENOCH
TEXT
TEXTS
ARAMAIC
VELLUM
CAVE
CAVES
MANUSCRIPTS
DEAD SEA SCROLLS
QUMRAN
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Definitions

  1. Qumran (Khirbet Qumran) is located on a dry plateau on the northwestern shore of the Dead Sea in Israel.
  2. Qumran was like a monastery, for of the 1,200 graves in the cemetery, only 6 were of women and 4 of children.
  3. Stop at Qumran, the site where the Dead Sea scrolls were found.

Qumran Community

  1. Among the Dead Sea scrolls, 7Q5 is the designation for a papyrus fragment discovered in Cave 7 of the Qumran community. (Web site)

Documents

  1. Since 1947, approximately 500 documents were discovered in eleven caves of Wadi Qumran near the northwestern shore of the Dead Sea. (Web site)

Agreement

  1. There is less agreement on the specifics of what the Qumran library contains. (Web site)

Scholars

  1. Other theories with more support among scholars include Qumran as a military fortress or a winter resort (Abegg et al 2002).

Settlement

  1. The settlement of Qumran is one kilometer inland from the northwest shore of the Dead Sea. (Web site)

Daniel

  1. The relatively copious remains of Daniel indicate the importance of this book to the Qumran community. (Web site)

Integrity

  1. Gerhard Hasel listed several strands of evidence from the Daniel fragments found at Qumran that support the integrity of the MT (see 1992, 5[2]:50). (Web site)

Site

  1. The site of Qumran ruins (Khirbet Qumran) had been occupied at various times in antiquity. (Web site)

Excavation

  1. Excavation of Qumran in the Judean Desert in 1955 indicated widespread use of tefillin during the Second Temple period.

Time

  1. A.D., but the only existing Hebrew texts of biblical books before this time have been found at Qumran (see Dead Sea Scrolls). (Web site)
  2. It is at this time that the Qumran community was overrun and occupied by the Roman army. (Web site)

Christian Era

  1. Qumran, however, has provided remains of an early Masoretic edition predating the Christian era on which the traditional MT is based. (Web site)

Hebrew Word

  1. In fact this verse is found in Qumran (1QIsa a) where the Hebrew word "haanashim" (the men) is found in place of "haam" (the people). (Web site)

English Translations

  1. In short, Qumran assures us that we can be reasonably confident that the Daniel text on which our English translations are based is one of integrity. (Web site)

Hebrew Bible

  1. The Genesis Apocryphon The crucial importance of the Hebrew Bible within the Qumran community can hardly be overstated.

Ancient Site

  1. The coins from Qumran are one of the most important groups of primary evidence from the ancient site. (Web site)

Dead Sea

  1. The Dead Sea Scrolls had been placed in earthen jars and deposited in caves near Wadi Qumran by the Dead Sea. (Web site)
  2. The Isaiah Scroll is the only complete scroll in the cache of 220 biblical scrolls discovered in a cave in Qumran on the northwestern coast of the Dead Sea.
  3. The Tanakh is the Hebrew Bible and Qumran is an archaeological site near the Dead Sea.

Essenes

  1. Community of the Essenes, Qumran (1st c.

Biblical Manuscripts

  1. Although some of the biblical manuscripts found at Qumran differ significantly from the Masoretic text, most do not. (Web site)

Fragments

  1. Many extra-biblical books and fragments were discovered that shed light on the religious community of Qumran. (Web site)

Important

  1. The canonical status of Daniel at Qumran is important to the date and authenticity of the book. (Web site)

Discovery

  1. His dissertation work focused on the archaeological remains of Khirbet Qumran, the site associated with the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Scrolls

  1. This was one of the 7 scrolls found in Cave 1 at Qumran in June 1947.
  2. More recent work by other archaeologists and biblical scholars has questioned the association of the scrolls with the Qumran ruins and the Essenes. (Web site)

Isaiah

  1. Interestingly, when scholars compared the MT of Isaiah to the Isaiah scroll of Qumran, the correspondence was astounding. (Web site)

Septuagint

  1. Ancient manuscripts from Qumran suggest that the Septuagint often followed a Hebrew text different from the present authoritative Hebrew text. (Web site)

Hebrew

  1. Several Jewish ritual baths (Hebrew: miqvah = מקוה) were discovered at Qumran, which offers evidence of an observant Jewish presence at the site. (Web site)
  2. Also at Qumran (cave 1) have been discovered 3 tiny fragments in Hebrew (8,4-9,4; 106). (Web site)

Enoch

  1. Eleven copies of Enoch were found at Qumran and twelve of Jubilees. (Web site)

Text

  1. Parts of its text have been identified on several copies from Qumran cave 4; the earliest fragmentary manuscript(4QEnocha) dates. (Web site)

Texts

  1. Yet, the Qumran texts have provided compelling evidence that buttresses our faith in the integrity of the manuscripts on which our translations are based. (Web site)
  2. The Qumran texts and other scrolls.
  3. Lucian (312 CE) revised the text once again, this time in agreement with reading of some texts known from Qumran. (Web site)

Aramaic

  1. MS in Aramaic on papyrus, Qumran, ca.
  2. Third, the transitions from Hebrew to Aramaic are preserved in the Qumran fragments. (Web site)

Vellum

  1. MS in Aramaic on vellum, Qumran, ca.
  2. MS in Hebrew on vellum, Qumran, 1st c.

Cave

  1. Fragments of the Book of Enoch from Qumran Cave 7 (Ernest Muro) Again, a site of limited general interest.
  2. The discovery of the texts from Qumran Cave 4 has finally provided parts of the Aramaic original. (Web site)
  3. These writings were recently discovered in Qumran Cave 1, which are part of the collection of The Dead Sea Scrolls).

Caves

  1. Thus, caves 7-9 and 4 are very close to the settlement at Qumran, while caves 1, 3, and 11 are farther away.
  2. One of which is Ein Gedi National Park located in the caves of Qumran, near the Judean Desert and Dead Sea valley.
  3. One of the most important of the sectarian manuscripts recovered from the Caves at Qumran is called the Community Rule. (Web site)

Manuscripts

  1. The best-known of these are the Qumran manuscripts (the "Dead Sea Scrolls"), though there are others such as the relics from the Cairo Genizah.
  2. There is no reasonable doubt that the Qumran manuscripts came from the century before Christ and the first century A.D. Significance of the Dating. (Web site)
  3. Eight manuscripts of this work were found in Qumran Cave 4 (4Q400 through 407) and one in Cave 11, dating from the late Hasmonean and Herodian periods. (Web site)

Dead Sea Scrolls

  1. The next witness to the Hebrew text is provided by the Scrolls from Qumran, commonly called the Dead Sea Scrolls, dated c. (Web site)
  2. The Dead Sea Scrolls were found in the 1950s hidden in a cave near Qumran in the Judean desert. (Web site)
  3. One proof of Essene authorship of the Dead Sea Scrolls, he says, is the large number of inkpots found by archaeologists at Qumran. (Web site)

Qumran

  1. The Dead Sea Scrolls, uncovered in 1946-1948 near Qumran revealed ancient Jewish texts overwhelmingly in Hebrew, not Aramaic.
  2. In the caves at Wadi Murabbaat, c.11 mi (18 km) S of Qumran, many documents were found concerning Bar Kokba 's army, as well as more biblical manuscripts. (Web site)
  3. The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls at Qumran, dating from c. (Web site)

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