The Hebrew Bible Manuscripts: A Millennium

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Volume Editors: Élodie Attia and Antony Perrot
In The Hebrew Bible: A Millennium, scholars from different fields and dealing with different material sources are trying to consider the Hebrew Bible as a whole. The development of new databases and other technological tools have an increasing impact on research practices. By inviting doctoral students, young researchers, and established scholars to contribute, this interdisciplinary book showcases methods and perspectives which can support future scientific collaborations in the field of the Hebrew Bible.
This edited volume gathers relevant research from Dead Sea Scrolls Studies, Cairo Genizah Studies, European Genizah Studies, and from Late Medieval Biblical Manuscript Studies.

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Élodie Attia, PhD (2008), CNRS Aix-Marseille University, is a Researcher specialising in Medieval Hebrew Manuscripts, in charge of the Manuscripta Bibliae Hebraicae Project. She has published monographs and many articles especially on Bibles, including The Masorah of Elijah Ha-Naqdan (De Gruyter 2015)

Antony Perrot, PhD candidate (EPHE, Paris), is a Lecturer of Biblical Hebrew and the Old Testament at the Faculté Libre de Théologie Evangélique de Vaux-sur-Seine (FLTE), France. He has published several articles on the Dead Sea Scrolls and textual history of the Hebrew Bible.
Preface
Acknowledgments
List of Figures and Tables
Abbreviations
Notes on Contributors

1 The Dead Sea Scrolls Paleo-Hebrew Script: Its Roots in Hebrew Scribal Tradition
Antony Perrot and Matthieu Richelle

2 4Q216 and the Jubilees Creation Account: A Material Philological Analysis
Matthew Monger

3 Methods for the Reconstruction of Large Literary (Sc)rolls from Fragmentary Remains
Drew G. Longacre

4 Rethinking Methodological Approaches: The Phylactery Corpus from the Judean Desert as a Test Case
Anna Busa

5 LXX, between Textual Criticism and Redactional Criticism
Gilles Dorival

6 A New Proposal for the Identification and Interpretation of the Genizah Fragment T S D. 1.61’
Elvira Martín-Contreras

7 Two New Fragments from the Scribe behind the Leningrad Codex (B19a)
Kim Phillips

8 Biblical Manuscripts from the Collections of the National Library of Russia, and Their Use in the Textual Research of the Hebrew Bible
Viktor Golinets

9 Catalogues of Hebrew Manuscripts and the Cataloguing of Hebrew Fragments
Javier del Barco

10 Identifying the Model of a Copy: The Case of Colmar’s Biblical Fragments
Judith Kogel

11 The Question of Tagin Their Origin and Use: New Light from the Old Sefer Torah Recently Re-found in Bologna University Library
Mauro Perani

12 The MBH Project and the Systematic Study of Late Mediaeval Hebrew Bibles: New Perspectives and 3D Experiments
Élodie Attia and Léo Pascal

13 Qumran, the Dead Sea Scrolls, Cairo Genizah and Books within Books: Towards a Comparative Study of the Manuscript Fragments of the Hebrew Bible
Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra and Judith Olszowy-Schlanger

14 Continuities and Parallels in the Transmission of the Hebrew Bible in the Second Temple Period and in the Middle Ages
Geoffrey Khan

Index of Modern Authors
Index of Sources and Manuscripts
All those interested in the manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible from all periods, from the Dead Sea Scrolls, Cairo Genizah, and European Genizot to Late Medieval Biblical Manuscripts.