Researcher interests: Textual criticism of the Hebrew Bible. Early Biblical interpretation. Jewish literature of the Second Temple Period, including late Biblical books, Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
DEPARTMENT: Bible
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Selected Publications

calculating the end inner danielic chronological developments (2018)| Vetus Testamentum| Read more
methodological considerations in the preparation of an edition of the hebrew bible (2016)| | Read more
Clifford Seth Parker, emanuel tov, pnina shor, Michael Segal, William Brent Seales, Yosef Porath
from damage to discovery via virtual unwrapping reading the scroll from en gedi (2016)| Science Advances| Read more
who is the son of god in 4q246 an overlooked example of early biblical interpretation (2014)| Dead Sea Discoveries| Read more
rethinking rewritten scripture composition and exegesis in the 4qreworked pentateuch manuscripts by molly m zahn (2013)| Journal for The Study of Judaism| Read more
the literary relationship between the genesis apocryphon and jubilees the chronology of abram and sarai s descent to egypt (2010)| Aramaic Studies| Read more
from joseph to daniel the literary development of the narrative in daniel 2 (2009)| Vetus Testamentum| Read more
the responsibilities and rewards of joshua the high priest according to zechariah 3 7 (2007)| Journal of Biblical Literature| Read more
numerical discrepancies in the list of vessels in ezra i 9 11 (2002)| Vetus Testamentum| Read more
avner vengosh, efrat farber, Ran Holtzman, Ittai Gavrieli, Michael Segal, uri shavit
salinization sources along the lower jordan river under draught conditions ()| | Read more

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