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Zodiac Calendars in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Their Reception: Ancient Astronomy and Astrology in Early Judaism

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Helen R Jacobus demonstrates mathematically that the Aramaic calendar texts from Qumran were designed to show the position of the sun and moon in the zodiac for each day of the month forever.
Hardcover, 534 pages
Published October 31st 2014 by Brill
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Victoria Gaile
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I doubt I'll ever actually read this, but I'm just pleased to know it exists: not too many books are in the (astronomy, theology) intersection!
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