Textual Criticism and the Ontology of Literature in Early Judaism by James Nati

Textual Criticism and the Ontology of Literature in Early Judaism by James Nati

An Analysis of the Serekh Ha-yaad

Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism

How did early Jewish scribes understand their own textual traditions? Using the Serekh ha-Ya?ad from Qumran as a test case, this volume argues that even in Antiquity, texts were regarded as fluid, rather than as single unified compositions.

Year first published: 2021

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