Instructions for authors

Submission of articles

Articles should be submitted by e-mail, in Word (.doc/x file or .rtf) as well as in PDF format to the Editorial Secretary of the Revue.

Eric Reymond
Yale Divinity School
409 Prospect Street
New Haven Connecticut
06511 USA
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Articles and Notes

Articles, but not Short Notes, should include an summary of between 100 and 200 words in French and English placed at the beginning of the article. Please supply full contact details including a short biography with institutional affiliation. Revue de Qumrân publishes affiliation and academic address of each author in each issue.

For submission and to facilitate anonymous refereeing, the author's name and institution should not appear in the submited article. Attention should be paid also on self-references, acknowledgments, or the metadata of electronic document, etc.

Revue de Qumrân uses a double-blind peer review system. The Journal committee undertakes to provide a reply within reasonable time.

English articles should follow the SBL Handbook of Style (2nd Edition) and Chicago Manual of Style. Recent issues of the Journal are the best guide to its stylistic and scholarly conventions.

For footnotes:
Eric D. Reymond, “Vav and Yod in the Hebrew Manuscripts A and B of Ben Sira,” in Sirach and Its Contexts: The Pursuit of Wisdom and Human Flourishing, ed. Samuel L. Adams, Greg Schmidt Goering, and Matthew J. Goff, JSJSup 196 (Leiden: Brill, 2021), 104–24.
For bibliography:
Reymond, Eric D. “Vav and Yod in the Hebrew Manuscripts A and B of Ben Sira.” Pages 104–24 in Sirach and Its Contexts: The Pursuit of Wisdom and Human Flourishing. Edited by Samuel L. Adams, Greg Schmidt Goering, and Matthew J. Goff. JSJSup 196. Leiden: Brill, 2021.

Use en-dash (–) between page numbers. Use em-dash (—) where appropriate within text. Do not use a sequence of dashes (-- or ---) for either en-dash or em-dash.

For the Dead Sea Scrolls, authours should follow the system for presenting texts described in DJD I, 44-48 and DJD XXXIX, 18-21.
Example: 1QS III 15-16 (and not 1QS 3:15-16 or 1QS III, 15-16); 4Q416 1 iii 10-12; etc. Concerning the Hodayot, authors should use numbering of lines and collumns as defined in DJD XL, possibly with Sukenik numbering in brackets.

For Greek, Hebrew, Syriac or other non-Latin alphabets please use Unicode font. For exemple Gentium for the Greek, SBLHebrew for Hebrew, Estrangelo Edessa for Syriac.

Book Reviews

For book reviews, please use this example as a model for the lemma (or head of the entry):
Joseph M. Baumgarten, Studies in Qumran Law and Thought, edited by Ruth A. Clements and Daniel R. Schwartz, with an introduction by Lawrence H. Schiffman, STDJ 138 (Leiden: Brill, 2022). Pp. 414. € 139.92. ISBN 978-90-04-50508-7.

The U.S. dollar amount can also be listed (together with the Euro amount) or used as an alternative to the Euro amount.

Policy on Publication of Ancient Artifacts

Revue de Qumrân endorses the guidelines for the treatment of antiquities laid out in the American Schools of Oriental Research Policy on Professional Conduct (approved 29 April 2017). Specifically, section III, parts D and E, are to be applied to Revue de Qumrân's Publications.