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Who Wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls


The Search for the Secret of Qumran


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This book contains a startling new theory of the provenance and meaning of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Golb argues that the Scrolls were almost certainly written not by a fringe group in Qumran, but by Jews in Jerusalem who smuggled them out of that city just before the Romans attacked the city. Golb backs up his ground-breaking theory with a careful reading of the texts, an examination of the different handwritings in the Scrolls, the findings of the archaeological excavations, and more. This is a print on demand title; please allow 2 weeks for delivery.

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  • By Norman Golb
  • (320 Pages)Publisher: Scribner, 1995




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