Ever since the first scrolls were found in the Judaean desert in
1947, the Dead Sea Scrolls have been the subject of passionate
speculation and controversy. The possibility that they might
challenge assumptions about ancient Judaism and the origins of
Christianity, coupled with the extremely limited access imposed for
many years, only fueled debate on their meanings. With all the
scrolls now available in translation, conclusions can be drawn as
to the authorship and origins, their implications for Christianity
and Judaism, and their link with the ancient site of Qumran. This
book, written by three noted scholars in the field, draws together
all the evidence to present a fully illustrated survey of every
major manuscript. With numerous factfiles, reconstructions, scroll
photographs, and a wealth of other illustrations, it is the most
comprehensive and accessible account available on the Dead Sea
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