A Lightly Annotated Chronological Bibliography of the Post-2002 Dead Sea Scrolls-like Fragments

[first version: 19 August 2016]

2003
Exhibition Catalogue
Biondi, Lee. From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Forbidden Book: A History of the Bible. Dallas, 2003.
[“Genesis Commentary”/“Genesis Midrash” = Words from Genesis 22, no DSS F.number; “Isaiah 26:19–21” = Isa 26:19–27:1, no DSS F.number]

2004
Exhibition Catalogue
Biondi, Lee. The Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America: A Brief History of the Bible From Antiquity to Modern America: Told Through Ancient Manuscripts and Early European and American Printed Bibles. Biblical Arts of Arizona, 2004.
[“A Dead Sea Scroll Fragment of Exodus” = Exod 5:9–14, DSS F.104; “A Dead Sea Scroll Fragment of Exodus” = Exod 17:5–6, DSS F.192; “Dead Sea Scroll Fragment of Psalm 11” = Ps 11:1–4, DSS F.199; “Fragment from the Dead Sea Scroll Wisdom Text 4Q418 (4QInstruction)” = Fragment with words from Instruction (4Q418) ii 4–5, DSS F.202]

Journal Article
Eshel, Esther, and Hanan Eshel. “A New Fragment of the Book of the Watchers from Qumran (XQpapEnoch).” Tarbiz 73 (2004): 171–79 [Hebrew]; V [English Abstract].
[ = 1En. 8:4–9:3, DSS F.125]

2005
Exhibition Catalogue
Noah, William H. Ink & Blood. Murfreesboro: ACO, LLC, 2005.
[“Dead Sea Scroll Fragment from Genesis” = Words from Genesis 22, no DSS F.number; “Dead Sea Scroll Fragment from Isaiah” = Isa 24:16–17, no DSS F.-number; “Dead Sea Scroll Fragment from Isaiah” = Isa 26:19–27:1, no DSS F.number; “Dead Sea Scroll Fragment from Jeremiah” = Jer 48:29–31, DSS F.156]

Journal Article
Eshel, Esther, and Hanan Eshel. “New Fragments from Qumran: 4QGenf, 4QIsab, 4Q226, 8QGen, and XQpapEnoch.” DSD 12 (2005): 134–57.
[“4QGenf (4Q6) frg. 1a 1–3” = Gen 33:19–34:2, no DSS F.-number; “4QIsab (4Q56) frg. 16a 1–2” = Isa 24:16–17, no DSS F.-number; “4QIsab (4Q56) frg. 20a 1–5” = Isa 26:19–27:1, no DSS F.-number; “4Q226 frag. 6a 1–4” = Words from Genesis 22, no DSS F.number; “8QGen (8Q1) frg. 1a 1–3” = Gen 13:1–3, no DSS F.-number; XQpapEnoch = 1En. 8:4–9:3, DSS F.125]

Text Editions
Parry, Donald, and Emanuel Tov, eds. The Dead Sea Scrolls Reader: Part 3: Parabiblical Texts. Leiden: Brill, 2005, 114.
[4Q226 frg. 6a? = Words from Genesis 22, no DSS F.number]

2006
Journal Articles
Eshel, Hanan, Yosi Baruchi, and Roi Porat. “Fragments of a Leviticus Scroll (ArugLev) Found in the Judean Desert in 2004.” DSD 13 (2006): 55–60.
[“frg. a” = Lev 23:38–39, no DSS F.number; “frgs b-c” = Lev 23:40–44, 24:16–19, no DSS F.number]
Hallermayer, Michaela, and Torleif Elgvin. “Schøyen ms. 5234: Ein neues Tobit-Fragment vom Toten Meer.” RevQ 22/87 (2006): 451–61.
[ = Tob 14:3–4, DSS F.123]

2007
Journal Articles
Eshel, Esther, and Hanan Eshel. “A Preliminary Report on Seven New Fragments from Qumran.” Meghillot 5-6 (2007): 271-78.
[“4QExodc (4Q14) frg. 1a 1–3” = Exod 3:14–15, DSS F.113; “4QExodc (4Q14) frg. 1b 1–5” = Exod 5:9–14, DSS F. 114; “4QDeut f (4Q33) frg. 12a 1–3” = Deut 19:13–15, no DSS F. number; “4QJer(4Q72) frg. 21a 1–3” =Jer 24:6–7, no DSS F.number; “11QPsc (11Q7) frg. 3a-b” = Ps 11:1–4, DSS F.199; “4QInstruction (4Q416 frg. 23 1–2)” = Fragment with words from Instruction (4Q418) ii 4–5, DSS F.202]
Eshel, Esther, Hanan Eshel, and Magen Broshi. “A New Fragment of XJudges.” DSD 14 (2007): 354–57.
[XJudg frg. 7 = Judg 4:6–8, no DSS F.-number]

Magazine
Charlesworth, James H. “35 Scrolls Still in Private Hands.” BAR 33.5: 60–63.
(p.62: “As long as 10 years ago I knew of more than 35 Dead Sea Scrolls that are still in private hands, purchased decades earlier. I published two of them in Discoveries in the Judaean Desert and will soon announce the recovery of a fragment of Genesis.”)

2008
Book
Hallermayer, Michaela. Text und Überlieferung des Buches Tobit. Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature Studies 3. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2008.
[Pp. 86–87: full edition of “Schøyen Ms. 5234: Tob 14,3-5” = Tob 14:2–3, DSS F.123. The fragment is also mentioned on pp. 173, 183 and a few other places.]

Report
Charlesworth, James H. “Announcing a Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment of Nehemiah.” Foundation on Judaism and Christian Origins, July 2008.
[ = Neh 3:14–15, DSS F.122]

2009
Book
Lange, Armin. Handbuch der Textfunde vom Totem Meer. Vol. 1 of Die Handschriften biblischer Bücher von Qumran und den anderen Fundorten. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2009, 523–24.
[Neh 3:14–15, DSS F.122]

Exhibition Catalogue
Biondi, Lee. From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America: A Brief History of the Bible From Antiquity to Modern America: Told Through Ancient Manuscripts and Early European and American Printed Bibles. Camarillo: Legacy Ministries International, 2009.
[“A Dead Sea Scroll Fragment of Exodus” = Exod 5:9–14, DSS F.104; “A Dead Sea Scroll Fragment of Exodus” = Exod 17:5–6, DSS F.192; “Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment with text of Deuteronomy 27:4b-6” = DSS F.154; “Nehemiah Fragment” = Neh 3:14–15, DSS F. 122; “Dead Sea Scroll Fragment of Psalm 11” = Ps 11:1–4, DSS F.199; “Fragment from the Dead Sea Scroll Wisdom Text 4Q418 (4QInstruction)” = Fragment with words from Instruction (4Q418) ii 4–5, DSS F.202]

Journal  Article 
Charlesworth, James H. “What Is a Variant? Announcing a Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment of Deuteronomy.” Maarav 16 (2009): 201–12.
[ = Deut 27:4–6, DSS F.154]

2010
Articles
Eshel, Hanan. “Gleaning of Scrolls from the Judean Desert.” Pages 49–87 in The Dead Sea Scrolls: Texts and Context. Edited by Charlotte Hempel. STDJ 90. Leiden: Brill, 2010.
[Brief review of the fragments published in Eshel & Eshel 2005, Eshel & Eshel 2007, and Eshel, Baruchi, and Porat 2006, see above. Mention of the following post-2002 frgs from the Schøyen collection: “a fragment of a Psalm scroll” = Ps 9:10, 12–13, DSS F.118; “a papyrus scroll containing an Aramaic version of the book of Tobit, derived from one of· the scrolls from Cave 4 (4Q196=4QpapTobita ar), with parts of Tobit 14:34” = Tob 14:2–3, DSS F.123]
Eshel, Hanan. “The Culprit – the Vulture.” Haaretz, April 9 [Hebrew].
[= Num 16:2–5, DSS F.107; H.E. suggests here that Num 16:2–5 should be identified with 34Seiyal Numeri]

Reports
Charlesworth, James H. “What is a Variant? Announcing a Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment of Deuteronomy.” Updated March 2010, cf. Charlesworth 2009.
[ = Deut 27:4–6, DSS F.154]
Charlesworth, James H. “Jeremiah 48:29-31a [Provisional Research Report].” May, 2010.
[ = DSS F.156]

2011
Article
Puech, Emile. “Un nouveau fragment 7a de 4QGn-Ex= 4QGen-Ex 1 et quelques nouvelles lectures et identifications du manuscrit 4Q1.” RevQ 25/97 (2011): 103–11.
[ = Gen 37:8, DSS F.102]

2012
Book
Armour. Much Clean Paper for Little Dirty Paper: The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Texas Musâwama. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2012.
[“The Exodus fragment (23:8–10)” = DSS F.161; “the Leviticus 18:27–29 fragment” = Lev 18:28–30, DSS F.162; “Deuteronomy 9:25–10:1” = DSS F.163; “the Deuteronomy 12:11–14 fragment” = DSS F.164; “a fragment with portions of Psalm 22:4–13” = Ps 22:4, 6–9, 11–13, DSS F.165; “Daniel 6:22–24 (which was later discovered to include Daniel 7:18–19)” = DSS F.166 and DSS F.167; “the Loveless fragment” = unknown, DDS F.168]
[Picture of the “butterfly fragment” = Gen 37:26–38(?), no DSS F.-number]

Exhibition Catalogue
Loveless, Gary and Stephanie (?). Dead Sea Scrolls and The Bible: Ancient Artifacts, Timeless Treasures: Exhibition Catalogue. Forth Worth, Texas: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2012.
[“Genesis 33:18–34:3” = Gen 33:18–34:2, no DSS F.-number; “Large Genesis Fragment, Genesis 37:26–38” = no DSS F.-number; “Exodus 23:8–10, FrgDSSExod2” = DSS F.161; “Leviticus 18:28–30; 20:24, FrgDSSLev2” = Lev 20:24; 18:28–30, DSS F.162; “Deuteronomy 9:25–10:1, FrgDSSDeut3 = DSS F.163; “Deuteronomy 12:11–14, FrgDSSDeut4” = DSS F.164; “Kings 13:20–22” = DSS F.170; “Psalm 22:3, 5–8, 10, 12, FrgDSSPs1 = Ps 22:4, 6–9, 11–13, DSS F.165; “Isaiah 28:23–29” = no DSS F.-number;  “Amos 7:17–8:1” = DDS F.181; “Joel 4:9–10 (3:9–10 Eng.)” = no DSS F.-number; “Daniel 6:22–24; 7:18–19, FrgDSSDan2 / FrgDSSDan3” = DSS F.166 and DSS F.167; “The Loveless Fragment, FrgDSSText1” = unknown, DSS F.168]

Journal Article
Tigchelaar, Eibert. “Notes on the Three Qumran-Type Yadin Fragments Leading to a Discussion of Identification, Attribution, Provenance, and Names.” DSD 19 (2012): 198–214.
[Short discussion of four of the fragments published by Eshel and Eshel in 2005 and their (wrong) identifications: “4QGenf (4Q6)” = Gen 33:19–34:2 (no DSS F.-number); “4QIsab (4Q56)” x 2 = Isa 24:16–17 (no DSS F.-number) and Isa 26:19–27:1 (no DSS F.-number); “8QGen (8Q1) = Gen 13:1–3 (no DSS F.-number)]

2013
Book
Flint, Peter. The Dead Sea Scrolls. Core Biblical Studies. Nashville: Abingdon, 2013 (9–10).
[Overview of the “Dead Sea Scrolls” frgs purchased by the Schøyen Collection (“40 Dead Sea Scrolls”; “2000–2005” [sic!]), Azusa Pacific University (“five fragments”; “2009”), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (five fragments; “2010”), and the Green Collection (“12 scrolls”; “2011”)]

Editions
Qimron, Elisha. The Dead Sea Scrolls: The Hebrew Writings. Volume Two. Jerusalem, 2013, p. 174.
[“4Q416 frg. 23” = Fragment with words from Instruction (4Q418 ii 4–5), DSS F.202]
Schattner-Rieser, Ursula. “Fragment du Deutéronome de type ‘ samaritain ’ (XDeut?).” Pages 127–28 in Torah. Deutéronome et Pentateuque dans son ensemle. Édition et traduction des manuscrits hébreux araméens et grecs. Edited by Katell Berthelot, Michaël Langlois and Thierry Legrand. Vol. 1 of La bibliothèque de Qumran 3a.  Paris: Cerf.
[ = Deut 27:4–6, DSS F.154]

Journal Article
Langlois, Michael. “Un manuscrit araméen inédit du livre d’Hénoch et les versions anciennes de 1 Hénoch 7,4.” Semitica 55 (2013): 101–16.
[“MS 4612/8, 1  Hénoch 7,4” = DSS F.124 (1En. 7:1–5)]

2014
Book
Flint, Peter W. “Unrolling the Dead Sea Psalms Scrolls.” Pages 229–50 in The Oxford Handbook of the Psalms. Edited by William P. Brown. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014 (238–39).
[Basically reproduces the overview in Flint 2013, see above, with some additional information on “Ps 9:8–13, XQPs A” = DSS F.118 (Ps 9:10, 12–13); Ps 11:1–4, “XQPs C” = DSS F.199,  and “Ps 22:4–13, XQPs B” = DSS F.165 (Ps 22:4, 6–9, 11–13).

Journal Article
Tov, Emanuel. “New Fragments of Amos.” DSD 21 (2014): 3–13.
[ = Amos 7:17–8:1, DSS F.181]

2016
Books
Elgvin, Torleif, Kipp Davis, and Michael Langlois, eds. Gleanings From the Caves: Dead Sea Scrolls and Artefacts from The Schøyen Collection. LTST 71. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2016 [July].
Tov, Emanuel, Kipp Davis, and Robert Duke, eds. Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments in the Museum Collection. Publications of Museum of the Bible 1. Leiden: Brill, 2016 [August].

Papers (Academia)
Tigchelaar, Eibert. “A Provisional List of Unprovenanced, Twenty-First Century, Dead Sea Scrolls-like Fragments.” Version 1.0. Posted on Academia 11 April 2016 [no longer accessible].
Justnes, Årstein. “A List of 73 Unprovenanced, Dead Sea Scrolls-like Fragments That Have Surfaced After 2002.” Introduction to the Lying Pen of Scribes Conference at the University of Agder, 13–15 April , 2016. Posted on Academia, 4 August 2016.
Tigchelaar, Eibert. “Gleanings from the Caves? Really? On the likelihood of Dead Sea Scrolls forgeries in The Schøyen Collection.” Posted on Academia, 14 August 2016.
Tigchelaar, Eibert. “Post-2002 Dead Sea Scrolls Fishy Fragments — or Forgeries?” Posted on Academia, 20 (?) August 2016 [no longer accessible].
Tigchelaar, Eibert. “A Provisional List of Unprovenanced, Twenty-First Century, Dead Sea Scrolls-like Fragments (version 2; September 18, 2016).” Posted on Academia in September 2016 [no longer accessible].
Davis, Kipp. “Gleanings from the Cave of Wonders? Patterns of Correspondence in the Post-2002 Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments.” Posted on Academia, 20 September 2016 [no longer accessible].

Lists
Justnes, Årstein. “A List of 70 Unprovenanced, Post-2002 Dead Sea Scrolls-like Fragments.” Lyingpen.com, 11 August 2016.
Justnes, Årstein. “Post-2002 Dead Sea Scrolls-like Fragments: Number of Lines and Measurements [preliminary list].” Lyingpen.com, 12 August 2016.

Timeline
Justnes, Årstein and Ludvik A. Kjeldsberg. “The Post-2002 Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments: A Tentative Timeline of Acquisitions.” Lyingpen.com, 20 December 2016.

2017
Journal Articles and Reviews
Justnes, Årstein. «Forfalskninger av dødehavsruller: Om mer enn 70 nye fragmenter – og historien om ett av dem (DSS F.154; 5 Mos 27,4–6) [Faking the Dead Sea Scrolls: On More than 70 New Fragments – and the Story about One of Them (DSS F.154; Deut 27:4-6)]». Teologisk Tidsskrift 6.1 (2017): 70–83.
Puech, Émile. Review of Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments in the Museum Collection, edited by Emanuel Tov, Kipp Davis, and Robert Duke. RevQ 29 (2017): 153–56.
Johnson, Michael B. “A Case Study in Professional Ethics Concerning Secondary Publications of Unprovenanced Artefacts: The New Edition DSS F.Instruction1.” Distant Worlds Journal 2 (2017): 28–42.
[= Fragment with words from Instruction (4Q418) ii 4–5, DSS F.202]
Tigchelaar, Eibert. “A Provisional List of Unprovenanced, Twenty-First Century, Dead Sea Scrolls-like Fragments.” DSD 24 (2017): 173–88.
Davis, Kipp, Ira Rabin, Ines Feldman, Myriam Krutzsch, Hasia Rimon, Årstein Justnes, Torleif Elgvin, and Michael Langlois. “Nine Dubious ‘Dead Sea Scrolls’ Fragments from the Twenty-First Century.” DSD 24 (2017): 189–228.
[This article deals with nine fragments from the Schøyen Collection:  DSS F.103 (Exod 3:13–15), DSS F.104 (Exod 5:9–14), DSS F.105 (Exod 16:10), DSS F.112 (1 Sam 2:11–14), DSS F.122 (Neh 3:14–15), DSS F.123  (Tob 14:3–4), DSS F.124 (1 En. 7:1–5), DSS F.125 (1 En. 8:4–9:3), and DSS F.126 (1 En. 106:19–107: 1)]
Davis, Kipp. “Caves of Dispute: Patterns of Correspondence and Suspicion in the Post-2002 ‘Dead Sea Scrolls’ Fragments.” DSD 24 (2017): 229–70.
Zahn, Molly M. Review of  Gleanings from the Caves: Dead Sea Scrolls and Artefacts from the Schøyen Collection, written by Torleif Elgvin, Kipp Davis, and Michael Langlois. DSD 24 (2017): 307–9.
Justnes, Årstein. Review of Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments in the Museum Collection, written by Emanuel Tov, Kipp Davis, and Robert Duke. DSD (2017): 310–12 [Academia version].
Tigchelaar, Eibert. Review of Gleanings from the Caves: Dead Sea Scrolls and Artefacts from the Schøyen Collection, edited by Torleif Elgvin, with associate editors Kipp Davis and Michael Langlois. RevQ 29(?).
Davis, Kipp. “Memories of Amalek (4Q252 4:1–3): The Imprecatory Function of the Edomite Genealogy in the Dead Sea Scrolls.” Pages 164–184 in Is There a Text in this Cave? Studies in the Textuality of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Honour of George J. Brooke. Edited by Ariel Feldman, Maria Cioată, and Charlotte Hempel. STDJ 119. Leiden: Brill, 2017 [Academia version].
[With an edition and a discussion of  DSS F.101 (Gen 36:7–16)]

List
Justnes, Årstein. “The Post-2002 DSS-like Fragments: A Price List.” Lyingpen.com, 17 August 2017.

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