The Dead Sea Scrolls now Online

The Dead Sea Scrolls are now online; a project of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, powered by Google technology.

The Dead Sea Scrolls, the world’s oldest known biblical documents, are now available to read online – and simply scrolling over phrases from one of the 2000-year-old scrolls instantly translates them into English as well as  an English translation tool and an option for users to submit translations of verses in their own languages.

They were discovered by Bedouin shepherds between 1947 and 1956 in caves on the shore of the lake..read more at dailymail

Explore them at http://dss.collections.imj.org.il/

Source and author:  dailymail * dss.collections.imj.org.il

7 responses to “The Dead Sea Scrolls now Online

  1. looking forward to reading all of them!

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  2. VERY GOOD ,,T/Y FOR THE POST…

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  3. Awesome. Now we can read old, musty books written by old men with long white beards with sixth grade level of education.

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  4. I would like to read them all myself, for the sake of knowledge itself.
    I am also hoping that if there are any great revelations in them, we will hear the truth about them soon!

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  5. This is so amazing……I cant wait to read these…..Been interested for so long !!!! This is great…Peace Tisha🙂

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  6. We will never know the true translations as most probably they have been twisted in some way to create a doomsday or prediction for the future.
    I will wait for someone to give a brief translation on any major issues or actual events that are of importance!

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  7. nothing of importance in these

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