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The Dead Sea Scrolls Catalogue
Ariel, Donald†T., Hava Katz, Shelley Sadeh and Michael Segal, editors

Jerusalem: Israel Antiquities Authority, 2007 pp. 162. $35.00

Description: Hidden for almost 2000 years in remote caves in the Judean Desert, the Dead sea Scrolls are regarded as the greatest archaeological find of the twentieth century.

Subjects: Literature, Dead Sea Scrolls

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Review by George J. Brooke
Published 7/5/2009
Citation: George J. Brooke, review of Donald†T. Ariel, Hava Katz, Shelley Sadeh, and Michael Segal, eds., The Dead Sea Scrolls Catalogue, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2009).

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