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This illustration section of this book titled The Dead Sea Genesis Apocryphon presents the images of scrolls. The book is composed of three main parts: (i) an introduction to previous research on the Genesis Apocryphon; (ii) a new, annotated transcription and translation of the scroll, accompanied by textual notes; and (iii) a case study of one area in which recently or newly published portions of text improve our understanding of the scroll-namely, geography. This thematic analysis is followed by some brief, concluding observations on the nature and possible purpose of the scroll.

Keywords: Apocryphon; Dead Sea

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