Exhibition changes in San Diego
The exhibition currently being held in San Diego has undergone a major change with new documents being made available for public viewing. Even if you have been already, this is worth a revisit.
According to comments by by Peter Flint recorded in The Canadian News, more people have viewed the exhibitions of the Dead Sea Scrolls that those of either the Titanic or King Tut.
The exhibition at the Natural History Museum in San Diego lasts until the end of December, 2007.
Compliments to Jim Davila of PaleoJudaica for the link.
Documents that existed at the time of Jesus and the disciples will be on display in Southern California.
The Dead Sea Scrolls, discovered in 1947 at Qumran and now belonging to
The display will highlight some 27 different scrolls, 10 of which have never been displayed previously. These include remaining parts of scrolls of Deuteronomy, Isaiah and a Commentary of Job. A number of faculty who teach at San Diego area universities and have been closely associated with the Scrolls will spearhead a lecture series that will run in conjunction with the exhibition.
At the same time, the
Unfortunately, the tour doesn’t allow visitors to search for more artifacts in the caves. However some of the original equipment used in the excavations and recovery of the scrolls will be on display.
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