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Free read Ë Ancient Artifacts 100 Chronologically covers the history of the era in which the Dead Sea Scrolls were written Discusses some of the mysteries and theories surrounding the Dead Sea Scrolls and who wrote themExplains some of the texts found among the Dead Sea ScrollsIncludes picturesIncludes a Bibliography for further readingIncludes a Table of Contents In the mid 20th century one of the most important religious discoveries of all time was made in a series of caves near the Dead Sea which had hidden remnants of nearly 1000 texts some of which were included in the Hebrew Bible and others which were extra biblical In addition to being the oldest surviving copies of such documents the mixture of languages and different kinds of papers helped shed light on the people in the region at the time making the Dead Sea Scrolls vitally important to the world’s major religions The impact that these scrolls have had on the fields of Biblical Studies and the History of Second Temple Judaism can hardly be overstated As The Oxford Companion to Archaeology put it “The bibli. I m not enough of scholar to determine the accuracy of the facts as reported here though they do seem to match what I know Have to give respect to any history of the scrolls that keeps to the Jewish tradition of spelling goodInteresting

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Free read Ë Ancient Artifacts 100 The modern period and then proceed to describe the texts and their different categories and various uestions of history related to the scrolls Such an approach is consistent with an academic approach to the uestion starting with what is known with great certainty before moving to issues that involve much speculation All of that is covered in this history of the Dead Sea Scrolls which moves chronologically through the eras in which the texts were penned and tells the story of the people who came to the area wrote what they did and then disappeared This better helps readers become absorbed in the world reflected by the Dead Sea Scrolls and the community that produced them as well as explaining the significance of the writings themselves Ancient Artifacts The Dead Sea Scrolls comprehensively covers the history of the important religious texts their discovery and includes pictures of important people and places Along with a bibliography and Table of Contents you will learn about the Dead Sea Scrolls like you never have before in no time at a. Interesting history of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Judea in the days of the Roman Empire I especially love how this work goes into the history of the Essenes who wrote and kept the scrolls Showing how they were at odds with both the Sadducees and the Pharisees the main political groups in Judea at the time This gave them a certain objectivityThe translations were interesting showing the differences between Greek and Aramaic translations at the time and how Hebrew was like Latin in the Middle Ages Spoken mainly by a religious priesthoodAt the end of the work they show the series of messed up incentives that Archaeologists had to deal with in procuring these works from the local population Very good context showing that discoveries aren t made in a vacuum

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Free read Ë Ancient Artifacts 100 Cal manuscripts from umran which include at least fragments from every book of the Old Testament except perhaps for the Book of Esther provide a far older cross section of scriptural tradition than that available to scholars before While some of the umran biblical manuscripts are nearly identical to the Masoretic or traditional Hebrew text of the Old Testament some manuscripts of the books of Exodus and Samuel found in Cave Four exhibit dramatic differences in both language and content In their astonishing range of textual variants the umran biblical discoveries have prompted scholars to reconsider the once accepted theories of the development of the modern biblical text from only three manuscript families of the Masoretic text of the Hebrew original of the Septuagint and of the Samaritan Pentateuch It is now becoming increasingly clear that the Old Testament scripture was extremely fluid until its canonization around AD 100” In tracing the history of the Dead Sea Scrolls most discussions begin with the discovery of the scrolls during. Free Kindle ebook Interestingr


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  • Ancient Artifacts
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  • 04 October 2019
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