The exhibition on the Dead Sea Scrolls at the National Library of France has been a huge success: 30000 visitors, unanimous press, book out of print before the exhibition even ended…
By the way, a new printing is under way, so that those of you who could not get a copy of the book will soon be able to do so.
In the meantime, here are a few articles from the book, which will help you wait until it’s available again, or perhaps even convince you to get one!
Qumrân. Le secret des manuscrits de la mer Morte, sous la direction de Laurent Héricher, Michael Langlois, et Estelle Villeneuve, Paris, BnF, 2010, 176 p., 26,5 × 22,5 cm, ISBN 978-2-7177-2452-3.
- Michael Langlois, “Que sait-on des origines de la Bible avant Qumrân ?” (p. 46-47)
- Michael Langlois, “Identifier et classer les manuscrits de Qumrân” (p. 48-49)
- Michael Langlois, “Le Grand Rouleau d’Isaïe (1QIsa)” (p. 58-59)
- Michael Langlois, “Au-delà de la Bible : les manuscrits apocryphes de Qumrân” (p. 65-69)
- Michael Langlois, “Quelles langues parlait-on à Qumrân ?” (p. 84-85)
- Michael Langlois, “L’épigraphiste à l’œuvre aujourd’hui” (p. 92-93)
As always, when you quote from a publication, please do not forget to include a bibliographical reference.