Hanan Eshel (1958-2010), whose life, work, and faith in God on whom he relied in his battle with cancer is evoked here, was a prolific and gracious scholar. Gabriele Boccaccini offers a moving eulogy here; a basic bibliography is found in the same entry. For a nearly comprehensive bibliography, go to “Hanan Eshel” here. As Boccaccini notes, Eshel’s passion for scholarship was rooted in the conviction that “the study of Second Temple Judaism is essential not only for the self-understanding of Jews and Christians but also for their relationships today.” Robert Cargill gives examples of Hanan’s kindness. For another note of his decease, go here. David Jeselsohn, Shani Tzoref, Albert Baumgarten and Aren Maeir share personal stories here (in English). ז״ל זכרונו לברכה his memory be for a blessing.