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Simai,’ Tarbiz 45 (1976): 151–153. In the Palestinian Talmud the same man is referred to as My#dq #dwq #y) Mwxn (Avoda Zara 3:1 42c). See, E. E. ); S. Schwatz, Imperialism and Jewish Society (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2001), 172–173. 26 Messiahs and Resurrection in The Gabriel Revelation 21, 24, 28, 31, 70, 71); God’s words are directed at the recipient of the vision (lines 10, 19, 21–23, 31, 57, 67); prophetic expressions referring to the speech of God abound (lines 4, 9, 11, 13, 17–20, 29–30, 57–59, 69); and Gabriel is not mentioned explicitly (however, as we have suggested, he is probably alluded to in lines 22–23: ‘the angel is supporting you’).
Qimron, The Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1986), 21–23. Such spelling may also be found in the Hebrew Bible – see, for instance, ryb)k (Isa. 10:13); M)qw (Hos. 10:14); Text, Translation and Commentary 27 Gabriel, apparently, tells his interlocutor to ‘live’ or ‘be resurrected’ (cf. Ezek. 16:6: ‘In your blood, Live [yyx]’). ‘I Gabriel com[mand] yo[u]’ – The Hebrew phrase is l)yrbg yn) [K]yl( [rz]wg. The reading of the last two words is ambiguous. l. , I believe one can discern the traces of the letters wg after the word l)yrbg, and the traces of the letter ( before the said l.
30 Messiahs and Resurrection in The Gabriel Revelation aforementioned reference to ascension (line 67), it is possible that ‘took’ implies the ascent to heaven (the verb ytxql ‘took’ is similarly used in Genesis 5:24 to describe the ascension of Enoch: yk wnny)w Myhl) wt) xql ‘and he was not, for God took him’). Line 85: ‘then you will stand’ – The Hebrew phrase is wdm(t z). ) is unclear. 99 Line 87: ‘world ? /’ – The mark / at the end of this and the previous line indicates the end of the composition.