Book: Lim Timothy «The Dead Sea Scrolls»
Производитель: "OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS"
Серия: "A Very Short Introduction"
Everyone has heard of the Dead Sea Scrolls, but amidst the conspiracies, the politics, and the sensational claims, it can be dificult to separate the myths from the reality. Timothy Lim here presents the true facts and leading theories behind the cultural and historical background of the scrolls, and examines their significance for our understanding of the Old Testament and the origins of Christianity and Judaism. He also tells the fascinating story of the scrolls since their discovery, explains the science behind their deciphering and dating, and does not omit the cast of characters, scandals, and controversies that have hastened the scrolls`rise to the status of cultural icon.
Издательство: "OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS" (2006)
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