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uniformity and regularity with which all face the streets. Such a town, with its resemblance to one great house, would be no unpleasing spectacle.43 The description of the town corresponds with Zechariah's vision of the future Jerusalem (2:5-9): I looked up, and I saw a man holding a measuring line. "Where

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one unbroken wall, every dwelling house being rendered readily defensible by the uniformity and regularity with which all face the streets. Such a town, with its resemblance to one great house, would be no unpleasing spectacle.43 The description of the town corresponds with Zechariah's vision of the

In: Dead Sea Discoveries

War reenactments or just ordinary group reading events, 1QM should at least be “heard” within the broader performative culture of the ancient Mediterranean world. For a community awaiting Holy War, the oral presentation of an otherwise fantastical, military spectacle could have served as experiential

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