Dead Sea Scroll discovery prompts mystery over text’s origins | The Independent

One of the best preserved texts in the Dead Sea scrolls has prompted further mystery after a study into the document found chemicals from outside the region had been used to preserve it. The first of the Dead Sea scrolls, a collection of ancient Jewish texts predominantly written in Hebrew, were found in 1947 by Bedouin shepherds looking for a lost sheep.
— Read on www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/dead-sea-scrolls-israel-temple-parchment-chemical-preserved-study-a9095586.html

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