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1 Because of this, the publication history of the scroll is lengthy and interesting, and deserves brief summary here. e. transcription), and does not deal with the numerous translations available. 1. Pre-publication History The Genesis Apocryphon was among the initial cache of seven scrolls discovered by a member of the Ta’amireh Bedouin tribe near the Dead Sea. S. 3 In late February, 1948, the Metropolitan’s scrolls were wrapped in an Arabic newspaper, placed in a leather briefcase, and brought by a Syrian Orthodox monk and his brother from St.
Not only are both of these passages longer in Jubilees, but, Werman claims, both passages in Jubilees can be shown to alter the Genesis Apocryphon in accordance with a priestly agenda. , 52. , 53 [italics mine]. 102 P. Grelot, review of J. A. Fitzmyer, The Genesis Apocryphon of Qumran Cave 1, RB 74 (1967): 103. 103 C. Werman, “Qumran and the Book of Noah,” Pseudepigraphic Perspectives: The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls (STDJ 31; Leiden: Brill, 1999), 172. 100 101 In a subsequent article Werman drew attention to the portions of land allotted by Noah to his sons Shem and Japheth (cf.
138 Puech, “534–536. 4QNaissance de Noéa–c ar: Introduction,” 124. Also see Fitzmyer (The Genesis Apocryphon, 260), who includes it in his latest appendix of texts related to the Genesis Apocryphon. 131 uncertain whether the child of 4Q534 actually refers to Noah. 27, where Enoch lectures at surprising length (nearly three columns) about young Noah. 10–13 we find mention of Noah’s remarkable physical traits. 139 Still, the very best we can say presently is that 4Q534 might be speaking about Noah.