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John Strugnell

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John Strugnell (*25 May 1930 in Barnet-†30 november 2007 in Cambridge (Mass.)) was a respected biblical scholar at Harvard whose tenure as the chief editor of the Dead Sea Scrolls ended in controversy over anti-Semitic remarks he made in an interview. [1]

Weblinks

Miqsat Ma’ase HaTorah (4QMMT), Elisha Qimron, Anchor Bible Dictionary (ed. David Noel Freedman), Doubleday, New York 1992.

Works

Elisha Qimron; John Strugnell: Miqsat Ma'ase ha-Torah. DJD X: Qumran Cave 4.V. Oxford: Clarendon, 199

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