The Dead Sea scrolls
Viking Press, 1955 - Dead Sea scrolls - 435 pages
The complete account of the great archeological finds which Edmund Wilson Calls " ... without any question the most precious discoveries of their kind since the texts of the Greek and Latin classics brought to light in the Renaissance."
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The First Discoveries
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