A collection of ancient manuscripts discovered in caves in the vicinity of Qumran. They comprise biblical, apocryphal, sectarian, and apocalyptic writings, mainly written in Hebrew and representing many schools of Jewish thought.

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Daniel Manuscripts At Qumran
Describes manuscripts of the book, or mentioning the prophet.
Dead Sea Scrolls
The Gnostic Society Library's collection of texts from the Scrolls, a listing of internet resources for further research, and a reading list.
Dead Sea Scrolls
History, discovery, and content of the famous scrolls.
Dead Sea Scrolls
Timetable of discovery and debate, with several links.
The Dead Sea Scrolls
With links to photographs of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Qumran caves, surrounding area and 2000-year-old artifacts, take a virtual trip to experience this archaeological discovery.
Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Bibliography, conference announcements, papers and e-mail discussion group.
Scrolls From the Dead Sea
Online version of the Library of Congress exhibition telling the story of the discovery and setting the scrolls in their historical context. Images and translations of scroll fragments.
Debate Erupts Over Authors of the Dead Sea Scrolls
New York Times article about the scientific arguments over the scrolls' origins. (December 24, 2002)
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February 19, 2015 at 17:05:03 UTC
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