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By Associate Professor Katell Berthelot, Daniel Stokl Ben Ezra
The Aramaic lifeless Sea Scrolls characterize approximately thirteen% of the Qumran library and correspond to a variety of genres and themes. This ebook includes the court cases 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 old questions, focusing particularly 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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It is also valid for the affinity between the Throne vision in 1 Enoch 14 and that in Daniel 7. The possible use of older, pre-biblical legends to expand Genesis 5–11 is beyond the framework of the present article. See the references in n. 6 above. THEMES AND GENRES IN THE ARAMAIC TEXTS 27 Throne vision (1 Enoch 14) are experienced in dreams. The themes of history and the Throne vision are also the subject of the giants’ dreams in the Book of Giants. So in both the two topics are treated only in dreams.
173, raises the possibility that 4Q537 and 4Q540–541 come from the same work. 71 Drawnel, “Priestly Education,” 556, notes the similarity of the Astronomical Book and the Aramaic Levi Document in their nature as didactic transmissions to their sons. In fact, the two fall within a larger group defined above. 72 There is, however, a group of fragmentary texts labeled by the editor as “testments” (4Q580, 4Q581, 4Q582, 4Q587; see Puech, Textes araméens II, 415–446, 501–504). Their fragmentary state does not permit a positive identification, but perhaps the genre appropriated additional figures for dispensing farewell addresses.
J. H. , 1:913–918; Allison, Testament of Abraham, 36. 60 See Milik, “Écrits,” 97–101, followed by Puech, Textes araméens I, 191–199, and T. Legrand, “Apocryphe de Juda araméen (4QTestament de Juda ar) – 4Q538,” in La Bibliothèque de Qumrân – 1: Torah – Genèse (ed. K. Berthelot, T. Legrand and A. Paul; Paris: Cerf, 2008), 529–533. 61 See Milik, “Écrits,” 101–103, followed by Puech, Textes araméens I, 201. 62 See my re-edition and interpretation in Dimant, “Not ‘The Testament of Judah’ but ‘The Words of Benjamin’―On the nature of 4Q538,” in Sha‛arei Lashon: Studies in Hebrew, Aramaic and Jewish Languages Presented to Moshe Bar-Asher (ed.
Aramaica Qumranica: Proceedings of the Conference on the Aramaic Texts from Qumran in Aix-en-Provence 30 June - 2 July 2008 by Associate Professor Katell Berthelot, Daniel Stokl Ben Ezra