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This section presents a list of names, terms and concepts in Temple Scroll. It also presents passage from Hebrew scriptures, apocrypha and pseudepigrapha, Dead Sea Scrolls, classical authors, New Testament scriptures, Rabbinic literature, maimonides and a list of modern author names that occur in this book titled The courtyards of the house of the Lord : studies on the Temple scroll . The Temple Scrollof Cave 11, at 28.5 feet the longest of the preserved Qumran scrolls, consists of nineteen sheets, mostly of three or four columns each. The scribal techniques and script of the Temple Scrollare typical of the other Qumran manuscripts. It has even been suggested that sect members may have regarded this scroll as "a veritable Torah of the Lord," since the divine name is written in the same square script as the rest of the scroll, characteristic only of the canonical biblical books found at Qumran.

Keywords: Hebrew scriptures; New Testament; Qumran manuscripts; Rabbinic literature; Temple Scroll; Torah



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