University of Chicago historian Norman Golb pioneered work on the Dead Sea Scrolls--Did another scholar not give him due credit?





University of Chicago historian Norman Golb in 1980 broke ranks with conventional wisdom in assigning the authorship of certain discovered texts of the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Jews of Jerusalem. Peter Kaufman claims on the website, http://www.nowpublic.com, that Golb's argument has been borrowed by another scholar without proper acknowledgement.


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