When I arrived in Paris, I tried to look up Milik’s name in the Parisian telephone directory, but could not find it. A French Jesuit at the residence where I was staying in Paris helped me to search out his number on the electronic, computerized telephone directory. The name Milik did not appear there either. I suggested that we try to search according to the address, and, sure enough, we discovered the problem Milik’s name was misspelled. It appears as “Milir, Joseph,” at the specified address, and the number Shanks had given me was correct.
4QTob ara–d, 4QTob Hebr.
They differ somewhat from the copy of the Manual of Discipline recovered from Qumran Cave 1 (1QS). Milik has revealed some of the different readings in these texts in a review that he wrote of a commentary on IQS written by P. Wemberg-Møller (The Manual of Discipline, Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah I [Leiden: Brill 1957]) in Revue Biblique 67 (1960), pp. 410–416.
A list of the texts so identified can be found in Maurice Baillet, Qumran Grotte 4: III (4Q482–4Q520), Discoveries in the Judean Desert 7 (Oxford Clarendon, 1982), p. ix.