Sunday, December 10, 2023

Discovery of scroll fragments ‘magnificent and rare’ 

Dozens of newly discovered Dead Sea Scrolls fragments were found in a Judean Desert cave occupied by Jewish refugees 1,900 years ago, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced. The exploration team also recovered rare coins, a large basket estimated to be about 10,500 years old, and the skeleton of a mummified child dating back about 6,000 years, CNET reports.

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