Tov, “The Jeremiah Scrolls from Qumran,” Revue de Qumran (RQ) 14 (1989), pp. 189–206, “Three Fragments of Jeremiah from Qumran Cave 4, ” RQ 15 (1992), pp. 531–541, “4QJERC (4Q72),” in Tradition and the Text: Studies offered to Dominique Barthélemy in Celebration of his 70th Birthday, ed. Gerard J. Norton and Stephen Pisano, Orbis biblicus et orientalis 109 (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1991), pp. 249–276, and “Some Aspects of the Textual and Literary History of the Book of Jeremiah,” in Bogaert, Le livre de Jérémie, pp. 145–167. See also George J. Brooke, “The Book of Jeremiah and Its Reception in the Qumran Scrolls,” in Curtis and Römer, Book of Jeremiah, pp. 183–205. Cave 4 contained an Apocryphon of Jeremiah; see Devorah Dimant, “An Apocryphon of Jeremiah from Cave 4 (4Q385B = 4Q385 16),” in New Qumran Texts and Studies: Proceedings of the First Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Paris, 1992, ed. George Brooke (Leiden: Brill, 1994), pp. 11–30.