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By George J. Brooke

This e-book includes the papers added on the 1996 Copper Scroll Symposium which used to be equipped by way of the Manchester-Sheffield Centre for lifeless Sea Scrolls study to mark the fortieth Anniversary of the hole of this enigmatic scroll in Manchester. The papers conceal the heritage of the Scroll's interpretation (P. Muchowski, P. Davies, B. Segal, M. Wise); the way it could be conserved, restored and browse (N. Cacoudre, M. Lundberg, E. Puech); the way it used to be produced (P. Kyle McCarter); the that means of its technical phrases (J.F. Elwolde, A. Lange, J. Lefkovits, J. Lubbe, L. Schiffman); its style (M. Bar-Ilan, R. Fidler, T. Lim); its geography (P.S. Alexander); its correlation with archaeological continues to be (H. Eshel); and never least who wrote it, while and why (S. Goranson, I Knohl, H. Stegemann, B. Thierine, A. Wolters) with an creation by way of G. Brooke. this can be quantity forty within the magazine for the research of Pseudepigrapha complement sequence.

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56. 32 Copper Scroll Studies came from the first column of the Copper Scroll, where Allegro had translated a phrase as 'in the sepulchre of the Son of Sleep, the Crucified (or Hanged)'. This place, thought Allegro, was at or near Qumran. But as yet unaware of the reactions in Jerusalem to all this, he wrote, on the very same day that de Vaux wrote his angry letter, raising again the question of the secrecy over the opening of the Copper Scroll. Those institutions that had contributed towards the project, including the College of Technology and the British Council (who paid for the Copper Scroll to be brought from Jordan) had been getting on his conscience.

Before the letter even appeared, Allegro wrote back to de Vaux, saying, 'I only hope for your sake that the editor of The Times is so completely mystified that he returns it to you. '14 Then on the day it appeared he wrote to the editor of The Times. ' He wrote on the same day to de Vaux again, accusing him and others of defaming his competence and making a reference to 'ecclesiastical honour'. 12. 56. 13. 56. 14. 56. 34 Copper Scroll Studies The feud went on. I have perhaps dwelt too long on it, for it was not a dispute about the Copper Scroll.

56. 32 Copper Scroll Studies came from the first column of the Copper Scroll, where Allegro had translated a phrase as 'in the sepulchre of the Son of Sleep, the Crucified (or Hanged)'. This place, thought Allegro, was at or near Qumran. But as yet unaware of the reactions in Jerusalem to all this, he wrote, on the very same day that de Vaux wrote his angry letter, raising again the question of the secrecy over the opening of the Copper Scroll. Those institutions that had contributed towards the project, including the College of Technology and the British Council (who paid for the Copper Scroll to be brought from Jordan) had been getting on his conscience.

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