The Archaeology Of Qumran And The Dead Sea Scrolls (Studies In The Dead Sea Scrolls And Related Literature)
The Dead Sea Scrolls are among the most interesting and important archaeological discoveries ever made, and the excavation of the Qumran community itself has provided invaluable information about Judaism and the Jewish world in the last centuries B.C.E.Like the Dead Sea Scrolls, however, the Qumran site continues to be the object of intense scholarly debate. In a book meant to introduce general re...
Series: Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature
Paperback: 284 pages
Publisher: Eerdmans (July 2, 2003)
Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.7 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 1011584
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“My B.A. was in Middle Eastern Archaeology, excavated at Dothan and visited Qumran. This is an incredibly comprehensive, well researched and written book. Even if you know nothing about this subject and think you won't be interested, you'll find a su...”
ders to this fascinating area of study, veteran archaeologist Jodi Magness here provides an overview of the archaeology of Qumran and presents an exciting new interpretation of this ancient community based on information found in the Dead Sea Scrolls and other contemporary documents.Magness's work offers a number of fresh conclusions concerning life at Qumran. She agrees that Qumran was a sectarian settlement but rejects other unconventional views, including the view that Qumran was a villa rustica or manor house. By carefully analyzing the published information on Qumran, she refines the site's chronology, reinterprets the purpose of some of its rooms, and reexamines the archaeological evidence for the presence of women and children in the settlement. Numerous photos and diagrams give readers a firsthand look at the site.Written with an expert's insight yet with a journalist's spunk, this engaging book is sure to reinvigorate discussion of this monumental archaeological find.