By Baruch Halpern and Andre Lemaire (editors), Matthew J. Adams (associate editor)
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Puech, “522. ),” in Qumrân Grotte 4 · XVIII Textes hébreux (4Q521 – 4Q528, 4Q576 – 4Q579) (DJD, XXV; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998) 39–74; É. Puech, “Rock of Zion,” in L. H. Schiffman and J. C. ), Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls (Oxford: University Press, 2000) 783–4. 32 julio trebolle period. The missing text must have contained many more names, most of which are found in the high priestly list in 1 Chr 5:27–41. In 1 i 11–13, David and Solomon mark a new departure, with a list of the kings of Israel that probably began with Saul and ended with Zedekiah in the missing line 14.
12 Recent research on the text of Isaiah in the manuscripts 1QIsaa and 1QIsab has modified the view sustained since the discovery of Qumran manuscripts that the text of 1QIsaa is a “vulgar” text, whose readings, according to Harry M. 15 In 1QIsaa 38:1–8, the different hands 10 J. Trebolle, “Le texte de 2 Rois 7,20 – 8,5 à la lumière des découvertes de Qumrân (6Q4 15),” in Mémorial Jean Carmignac (Études Qumrâniennes éditées par F. García Martínez et É. Puech) Revue de Qumran 13 (1988) 561–568. 11 M.
10 Frgs. 16–17, which contain only a few words, agree with MT. Frgs. 18–94 yield only single words or parts of a word or two. Their location in Kings not being certain, they are of very limited value. 4. The Qumran Isaiah scrolls have also a bearing on the text of Kings in the passages they have in common: Isa 36:1–39:8 // 2 Kgs 18:13– 20:19. 1QIsaa preserves the whole parallel text,11 and 4QIsab contains 36:1–2 (frg. 21, lines 4–7) = 2 Kgs 18:13–14; 37:29–32 (frgs. 22–23) = 2 Kgs 19:28–31 and 39:1–8 (frgs.
The Books of Kings: Sources, Composition, Historiography and Reception by Baruch Halpern and Andre Lemaire (editors), Matthew J. Adams (associate editor)