See Geza Vermes and Pamela Vermes, The Dead Sea Scrolls: Qumran in Perspective (London: William Collins, 1977), p. 24.


In addition to the BAR articles cited, see BARview: Israeli Authorities Now Responsible for Delay in Publication of Dead Sea Scrolls,” BAR 11:05, and “Antiquities Director Confronts Problems and Controversies,” BAR 12:04. See also “Debate on Enoch Stifled for 30 Years While One Scholar Studied Dead Sea Scroll Fragments,” Bible Review, Summer 1987.


Yigael Yadin, The Temple Scroll (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1985), p. 45.


This presumably includes the Targum of Job, the Testament of Levi, the Testament of Napthali, a Midrash on the Book of Moses, Patriarchal stories, Pesher Genesis and perhaps others. However, Israel’s Department of Antiquities would not tell us what documents Milik has in the “Aprocrypha” category.