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Dead Sea Scrolls: Their History and Myths Revealed (udgave 2009)

af John DeSalvo

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The Dead Sea Scrolls continue to fascinate readers from all walks of life. Ever since they were first discovered by a Bedouin shepherd in the Judean desert in 1947, they have been the subject of endless debate and speculation which continues to this day. It was not until as recently as 1991, when all 800 documents from eleven caves were finally available in translation, that numerous alternative theories were put forward about their authorship and their dating. In this clear account, John DeSalvo places the scrolls in their historical context, explains their classification and the methods of working and dating the scrolls as well as looking at specific texts. He also discusses the enigmatic Essene community at Qumran, and what has been learned about them from the artifacts, cemeteries and graves that surround the settlement at Khirbet Qumran. The now famous copper Scroll with its detailed list of supposed buried treasure is examined as are the theories surrounding it, such as the possible connection with the lost treasure of the Knights Templar. Finally, the relevance of the Dead Sea Scrolls to the New Testament, and the messianic Jesus are explored.… (mere)
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LOS MANUSCRITOS DEL MAR MUERTO.- SUS SECRETOS REVELADOS.

A día de hoy son todavía muchos los que consideran que los manuscritos pueden sacudir los cimientos de numerosas tesis sobre la historia y las prácticas del judaísmo y sobre los orígenes de la cristiandad.

En éstas páginas se presentan los manuscritos, en su contexto histórico y se explica su clasificación y los metodos de datación utilizados.:
Se ofrece tambien un detallado análisis de diversos textos escogidos y de su importancia para el texto bíblico canónico.
En Qumran se han identificado historias biblicas de enorme relevancia.
También intenta responder a la cuestión, de si los rollosde cobre encontrados guarda relación con el tesoro perdido de los templarios, y aborda la relevancia de los hallazgos, para el Nuevo Testamento.

Mas de 160 ilustraciones acompañan al lector a lo largo de una siempre cambiante investigación arqueologica.
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The Dead Sea Scrolls continue to fascinate readers from all walks of life. Ever since they were first discovered by a Bedouin shepherd in the Judean desert in 1947, they have been the subject of endless debate and speculation which continues to this day. It was not until as recently as 1991, when all 800 documents from eleven caves were finally available in translation, that numerous alternative theories were put forward about their authorship and their dating. In this clear account, John DeSalvo places the scrolls in their historical context, explains their classification and the methods of working and dating the scrolls as well as looking at specific texts. He also discusses the enigmatic Essene community at Qumran, and what has been learned about them from the artifacts, cemeteries and graves that surround the settlement at Khirbet Qumran. The now famous copper Scroll with its detailed list of supposed buried treasure is examined as are the theories surrounding it, such as the possible connection with the lost treasure of the Knights Templar. Finally, the relevance of the Dead Sea Scrolls to the New Testament, and the messianic Jesus are explored.

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