Category Archives: Dead Sea Scrolls

Hebrew University archaeologists find 12th Dead Sea Scrolls cave

Jpost – Israel News By Daniel K. Eisenbud February 8, 2017   Archaeologists Oren Gutfeld and Ahiad Ovadia survey the cave. (photo credit:COURTESY OF CASEY L. OLSON AND OREN GUTFELD) After years of fruitless searches for further Dead Sea Scrolls … Continue reading

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Israel’s Settlement Regulations Bill and International Law

By Eugene Kontorovich Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 8:04 AM Editor’s Note: After reading Eugene Kontorovich’s post, be sure to read a response to his post by Yaël Ronen and Yuval Shany, “Israel’s Settlement Regulation Bill Violates International Law,” which is … Continue reading

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Palestinians make a play for Dead Sea Scrolls at UNESCO

Jpost Arab-Israeli Conflict By TOVAH LAZAROFF \11/06/2016 The Palestinian Authority is preparing to lay a claim to the Dead Sea Scrolls at the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Israel Radio reported on Saturday night. “This is another provocative … Continue reading

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The Copper Scroll

The Copper Scroll (3Q15) “In the fortress which is in the Vale of Achor, forty cubits under the steps entering to the east: a money chest and it [sic] contents, of a weight of seventeen talents.” So begins the first … Continue reading

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Megillat HaNechoshet The Copper Scroll

Concerning the Restoration of Megillat HaNechoshet 3Q15 to the Jewish People Whereas longstanding Jewish and Arab claims have pervaded the horizon of the Middle East since at least 1947, and under the principals of pacific settlement, just Restoration of Megillat … Continue reading

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Dead Sea Scrolls – Copper Scroll & Ark of Covenant

  The Ark of the Covenant will not be found via the Copper Scroll since the Copper Scroll is not a treasure map or listing of temple treasures but a lamentation (of the burial of the royal houses of Israel) … Continue reading

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