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  • Basil Lourie
    There is a good article by Uwe Glessmer on the intercalation in Qumranic *Otot* texts where it is shown that the internal structure of liturgical year
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 29, 1999
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      There is a good article by Uwe Glessmer on the
      >> intercalation in Qumranic *Otot* texts where it is shown that the
      internal
      >> structure of liturgical year was connected with 6- and 7-years cycles.
      >>
      >What is the reference to this article? Do you happen to know if these
      match
      >up with the years given in Maccabees?
      >
      > Liz


      Liz, these Qumranic texts (and thus, the article) are dealing with the
      relative chronology, not with history. Therefore the burden to apply this
      stuff to Maccabees will be on yourself... The reference is:

      Uwe Glessmer, The Otot-Texts (4Q319) and the Problem of Intercalations in
      the Context of the 364-Day Calendar, in: _Qumranstudien: Vortraege und
      Beitraege der Teilnehmer des Qumranseminars auf dem internationalen Treffen
      der Society of Biblical Literature, Muenster, 25-26. Juli 1993 [Hans-Peter
      Mueller zum 60. Geburtstag] / Hrsg. H. J. Fabry, A. Lange, H. Lichtenberger
      (Schriften des Institutum Judaicum Delitzschianum; Bd. 4). Goettingen 1996.
      125-164. ISBN 3-525-54202-X

      Cf. also some related works by the same author and Matthias Albani referred
      to within the text.

      Basil Lourie
      revue _Xristianskij Vostok_
      St. Petersburg, Russia


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