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Did you know? The Western Wall, more commonly known as the Wailing Wall, is visited by thousands of travelers everyday who pray at this holy site and place notes and prayers into cracks in the wall. Visit the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at The Leonardo to place your own note on an actual stone from Jerusalem’s Western Wall.

Did you know? The Western Wall, more commonly known as the Wailing Wall, is visited by thousands of travelers everyday who pray at this holy site and place notes and prayers into cracks in the wall. Visit the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at The Leonardo to place your own note on an actual stone from Jerusalem’s Western Wall.

The Dead Sea Scrolls: Ancient Aliens ? the scrolls talk of turning wheels where angels come and go.

Turning wheel, possible vortex traversing out of this world. The Dead Sea Scrolls: Ancient Aliens ? the scrolls talk of turning wheels where angels come and go.

Dead Sea Scrolls - The Scrolls date from around 250 B.C. to 68 A.D. and were written in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek; they contain Biblical and apocryphal works, prayers and legal texts and sectarian documents.  This priceless collection of ancient manuscripts is invaluable to our understanding of the history of Judaism, the development of the Hebrew Bible, and the beginnings of Christianity.

The “Original” Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls - Biblical Archaeology Society

Some of the Dead Sea Scrolls were hidden in jars which were later found in the excavation of Qumran. This type of pottery is unknown elsewhere: since it was found in the caves where the scrolls were hidden, and in the Qumran ruins, many believe it is conclusive proof that the scrolls were written in Qumran.

Dead Sea Scrolls hidden in jars were found in the excavation of Qumran Cave

The Dead sea Scrolls.  Between 1947 and 1956 Qumran has been the most important archaeological site of the world . In this period a collection of 972 ancient texts in 11 different caves has been found. The majority of them are made of parchment or papyrus, mainly written in Hebrew and Aramaic and few in Greek. http://paolo-deadseascrolls.blogspot.com/2011/06/final-report.html

The Dead Sea Scrolls Qumran, Israel - a collection of 972 ancient parchment and papyrus texts found in 11 different caves, written in Hebrew and Aramaic and few in Greek.

New Dead Sea Scrolls Discovered: Archaeologists Excited to Unearth Two New Fragments in the Cave of Skulls http://www.corespirit.com/new-dead-sea-scrolls-discovered-archaeologists-excited-unearth-two-new-fragments-cave-skulls/ &HCATS%

New Dead Sea Scrolls Discovered: Archaeologists Excited to Unearth Two New Fragments in the Cave of Skulls

Dead Sea Scrolls: Discovered first in 1947 in desert caves. Ascribed by some scholars to the Essenes, an ancient Jewish sect, dated to the turn of B.C. to A.D.

Dead Sea Scrolls: Scroll of Isaiah: Discovered first in 1947 in desert caves. Ascribed by some scholars to the Essenes, an ancient Jewish sect, dated to the turn of B.

STAR GATES: Qumran, Israel, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. This most famous of the Dead Sea Scroll caves is one of the most significant in terms of finds. More than 15,000 fragments and complete documents from over 200 books recovered & were found in this caves. nearly all by Bedouin thieves. 122 biblical scrolls (or fragments) were found in this cave. From all 11 Qumran caves, located off the western shore of the Dead Sea in Israel. Some of these caves are natural openings in…

STAR GATES: Qumran, Israel, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. Every Old Testament book is represented except Esther.

The Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library

The Dead Sea Scrolls - Featured Scrolls This is the link to the actual biblical manuscripts preserved in the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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