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Jerusalem, Israel, 1997. 71 pp., 72 pp.*, illustrations: 55 col., 18 b&w, 27 × 21 cm. Hebrew and English.
Israel Museum (7 June 1997–7 June 1998)
Scrolls and objects relating to the everyday life of the Qumran sectarians. Catalog in three main parts: an historical overview of the discoveries at Qumran (Hanan Eshel), a detailed look at individual aspects of the sectarians’ daily life (the concept of time, shelter, morning prayer, livelihood and handicrafts, purity, etc.), with introductory essay by Adolfo Roitman, and a reconstruction of a “day in the life” of sect member Hananiah Nothos (Magen Broshi). No itemized listing.