King's College London

J’assisterai au colloque consacré à la Bible hébraïque et aux manuscrits de la mer Morte, qui aura lieu au Collège Royal de Londres le 14 mai 2009.

Voici le programme de la journée, incluant ma communication sur les noms des anges déchus dans le Livre d’Hénoch araméen :

Colloque Bible hébraïque et manuscrits de la mer Morte

Département de Théologie et de Sciences religieuses

Collège Royal de Londres

Jeudi 14 mai 2009, 10h15 – 19h00

Salle du Conseil, Campus Strand

PROGRAMME

10.15: Inscriptions (Salle du Conseil)

10.30-12.00: Discussion d’extraits du livre de Michael Knibb, Professor Emeritus, King’s College London, Essays on the Book of Enoch and Other Early Jewish Texts and Traditions, Brill, 2009: Chs. 11 (pp. 191-212), 3 (pp. 56-76), and 20 (pp. 367-406) .

12.00-12.45: Déjeuner

12.45-2.00: Charlotte Hempel, University of Birmingham, The Teaching on the Two Spirits and the Literary History of the Community Rule.

2.00-3.15: Lutz Doering, King’s College London, Letter, Treatise or Historicising Document? Revisiting the Genre of 4QMMT.

3.15-3.40: Thé

3.40-4.20: Helen Jacobus, University of Manchester, 4QZodiac Calendar and Brontologion (4Q318): Reconsidering the Calendars at Qumran.

4.20-5.00: Michael Langlois, Collège de France, Paris, The Fallen Angels’ Names in the Aramaic Book of Enoch.

5.00-5.30: Réception

5.30-7.00: Simon Tanner, Computing and the Humanities, King’s College London, The Dead Sea Scrolls Digitalization project.

Questions? E-mail Diana.Lipton@kcl.ac.uk

6 commentaires sur “Bible hébraïque et manuscrits de la mer Morte au Collège Royal de Londres

  1. Hello
    I saw that you were a specialist in the Hebrew Bible and Dead Sea Scrolls. I’m having a hard time in a very important research and thought that you might help, if you want, of course. I need the original name of Mikhael or Miguel. Yes, the angel. I don’t know what you call him in England, but I really need the original name. Could you help me, please?
    Thank you for your time.
    Eliah

    1. The Hebrew name is מיכאל Mikhael, which means « Who is like El? » (= « Who is like God? »). It is attested in the first manuscript of the Book of Enoch, which I edited in this book.

  2. Is there a transcript of THE HEBREW BIBLE AND THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS (2009) that is available for purchase?

    Thank you,

    Gregory Lee Cooper
    Lacey, Washington (USA)

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