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

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

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See this site , the Digital Dead Sea Scrolls, to view images of the Dead Sea Scrolls and learn about the information they contain.

Top image: Main: Cave 11 at Qumran. Documents and artifacts unearthed from the caves show a long occupation, from prehistory through at least the Roman era. ( Wikimedia Commons /Ian Scott photo). Inset: Two Dead Sea scrolls found in situ in the Qumran Caves (public domain).

​By Mark Miller


That’s a good hiding place for he scrolls. Amongst the food storage, I assume in other, similar, jars. But wht did they hide them at all? The bible wasen’t being collected and put together until 400’s AD. Who were they hiding the scrolls from?

--Still learning--

There were already religious zealots who were trying to unify Christianity.
See "Irenaeus".

More about the life of Jesus? About the life of the Essene fundamentalists maybe...

It's fine if anyone takes it, and it's better in the hands of some anonymous looter if he treats it well, rather than in the field of modern science, which is the nihilistic morally-relativistic cult of oligarchic truth-twisting dogmatists with corncobs shoved up their butts.

Portions of the Nag Hammadi library were used as fuel for the finder's mother's fire.
Since they weren't from the Q'ran, they weren't important to her.
Academics and religionists are all guilty.


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