Dead Sea Scrolls mystery unfurls as scientists find hidden cave - CNET

The archaeologists discovered parchment being processed for writing. Casey L. Olson and Oren Gutfeld. An exciting archaeology discovery announced this week hinges not only on what scientists found, but on what was missing. Archaeologists from Israel ...

Liberty University team discovers historic Dead Sea Cave - WDBJ7

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WDBJ7) A Liberty University team made a historic discovery in Israel-- that could help unlock a key to the past. The professors and students discovered the first "Dead Sea Scroll Cave" in over 60 years. The Dead Sea Scrolls contain the ...

Archaeologists Discover First New Dead Sea Scrolls Cave in 60 Years - TIME

Archaeologists from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem have discovered a new "Dead Sea Scroll cave," the first such discovery in more than 60 years, according to a university press release. The cave—located in cliffs near the northwestern shore of the ...

New Dead Sea Scrolls Cave Unearthed, But Where are the Scrolls? - New Historian

Archaeologists working in Israel claim to have reached a new milestone in the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls, with the discovery of a new 'scroll cave'. Scholars suggest that this new cave, situated on the cliffs west of Qumran, near the northwestern ...

Qumran Cave 12: New Dead Sea Scrolls Cave Discovered - Sci-News.com

Archaeologists working near Qumran in Israel have found a cave that previously contained Dead Sea scrolls. They now suggest 'the cave should be numbered as Cave 12, along with the 11 caves previously known to have housed the famous manuscripts.'.

New Dead Sea Scrolls Cave Discovered, Raising Even More Questions - Popular Mechanics

Archaeologists believe they have discovered a 12th cave of Dead Sea Scrolls, adding to the treasure trove of history attained in the first eleven caves of Wadi Qumran. Prior to the Dead Sea Scrolls, the earliest version of the Old Testament known to ...

Archaeologists Just Made a Major Discovery About the Dead Sea Scrolls - Observer

This parchment was processed for writing but never used. Casey L. Olson and Oren Gutfeld. The legendary Dead Sea Scrolls, which were discovered in the Qumran Caves of the eastern Judaean Desert in the 1940s and '50s, are some of the most important ...