This paper analyzes the citation from Exod 34:11–24 in the Qumran scroll 4Q368 2. It explores the variant readings preserved in this quotation and demonstrates that some of them have been influenced by the parallel passages from the book of Deuteronomy.
This contribution is the first attempt at deciphering a miniature opistograph 4Q148 included in Józef T. Milik’s DJD 6 edition of tefillin and mezuzot from Qumran Cave 4. It proposes that the partially folded recto of this tiny fragment contains a non- scriptural text. A handful of legible words may suggest a prayer. Its verso, inscribed by a different hand, appears to be a legal text, evoking monetary amounts, perhaps related to inheritance. Folded and fastened similarly to tefillin, 4Q148 might have been a legal document re-used to produce an amulet.