> Can anyone on the list refer me to recent bibliography on the 
> relationship of Qumran Hebrew to Classical Hebrew, Late 
> Biblical Hebrew, etc.? 

Very recent and of great importance:

----J. Blau, "A Conservative View of the Language of the Dead Sea Scrolls",
20-25.
----A. Hurvitz, "Was QH a 'Spoken Language'? On Some Recent Views and
Positions: Comments, 110-114
----E. Qimron, "The Nature of DSS Hebrew and its Relation to BH and MH",
232-244.

All these appeared in T. Muraoka & J.F. Elwolde (eds), _Diggers at the Well.
Proceedings of a Third International Symposium on the Hebrew of the Dead Sea
Scrolls and Ben Sira_ (STDJ 36; Leiden [etc] 2000).

Best wishes,
--Martin Baasten

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