By Helen R Jacobus
The traditional mathematical foundation of the Aramaic calendars within the useless Sea Scrolls is analysed during this research. Helen R. Jacobus re-examines an Aramaic zodiac calendar with a thunder divination textual content (4Q318) and the calendar from the Aramaic Astronomical e-book (4Q208 - 4Q209), all from Qumran. Jacobus demonstrates that 4Q318 is an ancestor of the Jewish calendar this day and that it is helping us to appreciate 4Q208 - 4Q209. She argues that those calendars have been taught in antiquity as angelic wisdom defined in 1 Enoch and the Book of Jubilees. The research additionally encompasses Babylonian, Hellenistic, Byzantine astronomy and astrology, and classical and Jewish writings. ultimately, a medieval Hebrew zodiac calendar regarding 4Q318 with an astrological textual content is released right here for the 1st time.
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Ravid, “The Book of Jubilees and Its Calendar: A Reexamination,” 376–377, 393; J. Ben-Dov, Head of All Years, 16, 60–61. 124 Jaubert, “Le calendrier des Jubilés et de la secte de Qumrân,” 257, 264. 125 For example, Jaubert argued that Noah’s Calendar (Gen 7:11–8:14) fitted the 364-day Jubilees-Qumran calendar, “Le calendrier des Jubilés et de la secte de Qumrân,” 258, 260. Her analysis of the calendar is very close to that of 4QCommentary on Genesis A (4Q252) fragment 1, column i, lines 3b—column ii, line 5, one of most relevant texts for this discourse.
Zodiac Calendars in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Their Reception: Ancient Astronomy and Astrology in Early Judaism by Helen R Jacobus