Oxford Commentary on the Dead Sea Scrolls
The Oxford Commentary on the Dead Sea Scrolls is a series intended for the scholarly study of the most important non-biblical Dead Sea Scrolls. It aims to provide scholarship of the highest level that is accessible to non-specialists, based on the best digitized images and readings. Each volume will include a synthetic and substantial introduction, followed by a line-by-line commentary on the scrolls. The commentary will provide an English translation, textual notes and thematic discussions of the original Hebrew text of the scrolls.
The first two volumes of the OCDSS series are out! For more information on Pesher Habakkuk (Timothy Lim) and the Damascus Document (Steven Fraade), scroll down to view the ‘Volumes’ page.READ MORE