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The manuscripts from Qumran and other sites offer unique insight into the Hebrew and Aramaic languages during the period of the Second Temple. For the first time, in the tradition of classical lexicology, this philological dictionary develops a non-Biblical lexicon from these sources (plus the Dead Sea scrolls and Cairo Geniza manuscripts), while also placing it in the context of the history of the Hebraic and Aramaic languages.
Reinhard G. Kratz, Annette Steudel and Ingo Kottsieper, Academy of Science Göttingen.
"In addition, it is up-todate and draws on the considerable resources now available, including material accessible online. This dictionary is certainly welcome at several levels - for Comparative Semitics, for scholars working on ancient texts, for biblical scholars, for students of early Judaism, etc. - and undoubtedly will be an indispensable reference work for the foreseeable future."Wilfried Watson in: Folia Orientalia LV (2018), 445-446
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