Hazon Gabriel: New Readings of the Gabriel Revelation. Edited by Matthias Henze. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011. xiii + 219 pp. A collection of eleven articles on the recently rediscovered inscription known as The Gabriel Revelation, including two critical editions of the Hebrew text with English translations, eight photographs, and a number of detailed interpretations.
â€śHenzeâ€™s chapter is probably the best introduction to the text as a whole, since it surveys what is known of the contents of the text, section by section, highlighting important or controversial points along the way... In sum, this volume is a very useful - one might even say indispensable - collection of articles relating to an exciting and tantalizing text. The Society of Biblical Literature is to be commended for publishing it, and especially for keeping the price at an eminently attainable level. The book captures much of the excitement around an important textual find and also shares with its readers some of the frustrations of dealing with the novelty of such a find.â€ť Aaron Koller, Review of Biblical Literature 08 (2013): 4.