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Dec 11 Blog
By: Megan Sauter
In an exclusive Bible History Daily interview, Dead Sea Scroll scholars Peter Flint, Martin Abegg and Andrew Perrin—directors of North America’s only research center dedicated to Qumran studies—reflect on some major moments in recent Qumran scholarship and pressing issues that lie ahead.
May 19 Blog
Jun 25 Blog
By: Biblical Archaeology Society Staff
The Israel Museum and Google’s collaborative Digital Dead Sea Scrolls project, which provides searchable, high-resolution images of several Dead Sea Scrolls, set its sites higher by attempting to read fragile and un-openable Dead Sea Scrolls through high-tech visualization.
Aug 10 Blog
By: Martin Abegg
John C. Trever, the American scholar who photographed the Great Isaiah Scroll and other important Dead Sea Scroll manuscripts in Jerusalem in 1948, died April 29, at his home in Lake Forest, California. He was born November 26, 1915, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. As a post-graduate student in war-torn Jerusalem during the fall of 1947 and the spring of 1948, Trever was literally “found” by the Dead Sea Scrolls when Syrian Orthodox clergy brought them to be evaluated at what is now the W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research.