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This front matter section of the book Reflection and Refraction: Studies in Biblical Historiography in Honour of A. Graeme Auld contains the table of contents, acknowledgments, a note of tribute to A. Graeme Auld, list of publications of Graeme and a list of abbreviations. A source critic of the Hebrew Bible, Graeme has sought the wisdom of the ancients, especially among the translators of the Hebrew Bible into Greek, the Septuagint, but also more recently among the scribes who copied the biblical manuscripts from the Judaean Desert, the Qumran scrolls. He has not confined himself to written sources, but has investigated as an independent witness the material culture that the ancients left to us in archaeological artefacts of the city of Jerusalem to the Hellenistic period.

Keywords: A. Graeme Auld; Hebrew Bible; Hellenistic period; Qumran scrolls

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