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85. DSS F.125 En2

DSS F. No.
125

DSS F. Name
En2

Collection No.
MS 4612/12

Name or Description
XQpapEnoch (Eshel and Eshel 2004) ? XQ8 (XQpapEn) (Parry and Tov 2005 and 2014)

Alleged Provenance
“These fragments [Gen 13:1–3; Words from Genesis 22; Isa 24:16–17; Isa 26:19–27:1; 1 En. 8:4–9:1] that came to Europe in the beginning of the sixties were in Lebanon with Mr. Moussa Al-Tawil for safekeeping” [Statement signed by William Kando, quoted by Tigchelaar 2017, 176].

Collector(s)/Collection(s)
William Kando (Bruce Ferrini ? Esther and Hanan Eshel) ? Schøyen Collection (2009)

Lines
5

Measurements in cm
5.8 x 4.3

Sources
Davis, Kipp, Ira Rabin, Ines Feldman, Myriam Krutzsch, Hasia Rimon, Årstein Justnes, Torleif Elgvin and Michael Langlois. 2017. “Nine Dubious ‘Dead Sea Scrolls’ Fragments from the Twenty-First Century.” DSD 24: 189–228.

Eshel, Esther, and Hanan Eshel. 2004. “A New Fragment of the Book of the Watchers from Qumran (XQpapEnoch).” Tarbiz 73: 171–79 [Hebrew]; V [English Abstract].

Eshel, Esther, and Hanan Eshel. 2005. “New Fragments from Qumran: 4QGenf, 4QIsab, 4Q226, 8QGen, and XQpapEnoch.” DSD 12: 134–57.

Langlois, Michael. 2008. “Livre d’Hénoch (XQpapEnochar).” Pages 93–95 in vol. 1 of La Bibliothèque de Qumrân. Edited by Kate Berthelot, Thierry Legrand and André Paul. Paris: Les Éditions du Cerf.

Langlois, Michael. 2008. Le premier manuscrit du Livre d’Hénoch: Étude épigraphique et philologique des fragments araméens de 4Q201 à Qumrân. Paris: Les Éditions du Cerf, 55–56.

Tigchelaar, Eibert. 2017. “A Provisional List of Unprovenanced, Twenty-First Century, Dead Sea Scrolls-like Fragments.” DSD 24: 173–88.