By George J. Brooke
This booklet comprises the papers brought on the 1996 Copper Scroll Symposium which used to be geared up through the Manchester-Sheffield Centre for useless Sea Scrolls learn to mark the fortieth Anniversary of the hole of this enigmatic scroll in Manchester. The papers conceal the historical past 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 which 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 is still (H. Eshel); and never least who wrote it, whilst and why (S. Goranson, I Knohl, H. Stegemann, B. Thierine, A. Wolters) with an advent via G. Brooke. this is often quantity forty within the magazine for the learn of Pseudepigrapha complement sequence.
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22 He had proved himself to be a difficult character to deal with in some ways: excitable, impetuous, maybe a little slippery. But it would be difficult to say that he was the villain of this story. Whatever his motives, and whatever the quality of his transcriptions and interpretations compared with those of others, he remained firmly on the side of the populace and their right to know about the scrolls. ) so well. 22. J. Allegro, The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1970); idem, The End of a Road (London: McGibbon & Kee, 1970).
BERTHOLON£7^I. Conservation and Restoration 19 Fig. 4. Transverse cut of a segment after the treatment of 1994 This redoing of the consolidation was completed by the important work of the support of the segments. g. for the study of the reverse); the use of long-term stable materials (polyethylene, polystyrene, acrylics); the presentation of the different segments at the same height in a Plexiglas box conceived to that effect; the making of a cushioned case for transportation (see Fig. 5). The individual bases allowed for the handling of each segment in good conditions of safety, thus facilitating the study of the document.
H. Allen, 1965]); the Fund was in existence from 1962 to 1970. 21. -J. ), Qumranstudien (Schriften des Institutum Judaicum Delitzschianum, 4; Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1996), pp. 103-109. 22 He had proved himself to be a difficult character to deal with in some ways: excitable, impetuous, maybe a little slippery. But it would be difficult to say that he was the villain of this story. Whatever his motives, and whatever the quality of his transcriptions and interpretations compared with those of others, he remained firmly on the side of the populace and their right to know about the scrolls.
Copper Scroll Studies by George J. Brooke