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Dead Sea Scrolls by Risa Levitt Kohn
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Dead Sea Scrolls

by Risa Levitt Kohn

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The San Diego Natural History Museum's exhibition Dead Sea Scrolls is the largest, longest, most comprehensive ever assembled in any country. Spanning two floors and 12,000 square feet, 27 Dead Sea Scrolls-10 exhibited for the first time ever-will be on display over the course of the exhibition. The six-month exhibition brings together materials never before exhibited together: Dead Sea Scrolls from Israel and Jordan reunited for the first time in sixty years, never-before-exhibited ancient Hebrew codices from the Russian National Library, medieval manuscripts from the British National Library, and stunning modern interpretations of the texts. Tracing the scrolls and their meaning through time, the exhibition connects the ancient world to the modern. This volume, published jointly by San Diego State University Press and the San Diego Natural History Museum is authored by the exhibit curator, Risa Levitt Kohn, Professor of Religious Studies, SDSU.
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The San Diego Natural History Museum's exhibition Dead Sea Scrolls is the largest, longest, most comprehensive ever assembled in any country. Spanning two floors and 12,000 square feet, 27 Dead Sea Scrolls-10 exhibited for the first time ever-will be on display over the course of the exhibition.The six-month exhibition brings together materials never before exhibited together: Dead Sea Scrolls from Israel and Jordan reunited for the first time in sixty years, never-before-exhibited ancient Hebrew codices from the Russian National Library, medieval manuscripts from the British National Library, and stunning modern interpretations of the texts. Tracing the scrolls and their meaning through time, the exhibition connects the ancient world to the modern. This volume, published jointly by San Diego State University Press and the San Diego Natural History Museum is authored by the exhibit curator, Risa Levitt Kohn, Professor of Religious Studies, SDSU.

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