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Dead Sea Scrolls: two scribes probably wrote one of the manuscripts

By Peter Phillips, Research Fellow in Digital Theology, Director of CODEC Research Centre, Durham University
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Ever since the Dead Sea Scrolls were accidentally discovered over 70 years ago in a cave in Israel, they have been a source of fascination.

The scrolls are famous for containing the oldest manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible. But exactly who wrote these important documents has been a mystery. Now, thanks to the use of technology, we’re getting closer to understanding…

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