Qumran Month Comes to a Close

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It has been a successful month here on the ASOR blog, with posts by many leading scholars on all aspects of Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls! We have had seven posts covering everything from the archaeological evidence for a sect inhabiting the site of Qumran, to translations and interpretations of portions of the Dead Sea Scrolls, to evidence for changes in scripture over time. In case you missed any of them, the posts in order are: (more…)

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1 Comments for : Qumran Month Comes to a Close
    • Jim
    • September 30, 2012
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    a very fine series and very much appreciated.

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