Want to discover Turkey and its archaeological sites?
Non-profit organization “Passport For The Future” organizes a solidarity tour on April 13–20, 2013 and asked me to accompany the group. I gladly accepted!
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Princesty Ferreira Zotokas
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After a first conference on the character of Enoch at the Robertsau Socio-Cultural Center, in Strasbourg, I will pursue on Sunday, February 6, 2011 at 3:15 PM on the following theme:
The Book of Enoch: Origin and Content
Be careful, the number of seats is limited! For more information (address, availability and price), please read the flyer.
I was invited to give a lecture at the Robertsau Socio-Cultural Center, in Strasbourg, on the following topic:
The Character of Enoch and Enochic Literature
This conference will take place on Sunday, January 16, 2011, at 16:15. Be careful, the number of seats is limited! For more information (address, availability and price), please read the flyer.
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!
apocalypse, apocrypha, archaeology, epigraphy, Hebrew Bible, history, Isaiah, Judaism, Mesopotamia, philology, pseudepigrapha, Qumran
For the first time in its history, the National Library of France will host an exhibition on the Dead Sea Scrolls! This unprecedented event will take place on April 13 – July 11, 2010, and has been entitled . Hang on! Qumran: Uncovering the Dead Sea Scrolls
The National Library asked me to serve as their Scientific Advisor for this exhibition, which I accepted with great pleasure. Moreover, I will share with Laurent Héricher (oriental manuscripts curator) the Direction of related to this exhibition. More on that later… Publication
Please visit the National Library’s website for more information (such as opening hours, price, access…).
apocalypse, apocrypha, Aramaic, epigraphy, Greek, Hebrew Bible, Hebrew, Judaism, philology, pseudepigrapha, Qumran