Virtual Dead Sea scrolls get more than a million hits in just one week

More than a million people have visited a new website featuring high-resolution photographs of several Dead Sea Scrolls since the site was launched less than a week ago by the Israel Museum and Google Israel.

The website provides a detailed view of five of the most complete scrolls, which were found at Qumran and date from around the Second Temple period, nearly 2,000 years ago.

Among the scrolls featured on the website is the Book of Isaiah.

The actual scrolls are part of the Israel Museum’s “Shrine of the Book” collection in Jerusalem.


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