09b-2 Dead Sea Scrolls

09b-2 Dead Sea Scrolls - The Dead Sea Scrolls Dead Sea...

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The Dead Sea Scrolls Dead Sea Scrolls Sectarian Jewish writings = Essenes Split with high priests during Hasmonaean revolt rejected non-Zadokite priesthood major center at Qumran from c. 150 BC to 68 AD The Scrolls Buried in 11 caves within 2km of Qumran around 68 AD Discovered in 1947 Excavated in 1951
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Cave One--where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found Cave One--where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found Cave One--where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found
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Cave One--where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found Jar the DSS were sealed in The Isaiah Scroll
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Isaiah Scroll DSS 1: Biblical texts copies of all books of the Old Testament except Esther oldest surviving manuscripts of Old Testament but Silver Scroll, Papyrus Amhurst 63 Demonstrates numerous traditions of biblical manuscripts Egyptian/Septuagint Babylonian/Masoretic Samaritan/Israelite Palestinian DSS 2: Pseudepigraphal “falsely entitled” known from other sources examples Genesis Apocryphon Books of Enoch
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor Sabey during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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09b-2 Dead Sea Scrolls - The Dead Sea Scrolls Dead Sea...

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