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Clues to hidden temple treasure?
The Copper Scroll (3Q15 or 3QTreasure) is an anomaly in the inventory of scrolls from Qumran. It does not fit readily into any of the categories customarily included when the scrolls...
Bible Review, August 1992
In the preceding article Phil King and Larry Stager explain that the Hebrew term ‘ebed, literally “servant,” can designate anything from a slave or household servant to a high royal official, a servant of the king. The same is true in...
Biblical Archaeology Review, March/April 2002
I sometimes think of Biblical studies as a vast jigsaw puzzle with most of the pieces missing. The book just published by Robert Deutsch and Michael Heltzer gives us 40 new pieces of that puzzle. In comparison with the slow pace at which...
Biblical Archaeology Review, March/April 1996
Barry Powell should have listened to his grammar school teacher. It was the Phoenicians who invented the alphabet. The Phoenician script was strictly consonantal. Vowels were not represented, and the reader was required to supply them from...
Archaeology Odyssey, Winter 1998
Le Rouleau de cuivre de la grotte 3 de Qumran (3Q15): expertise, restauration, epigraphie
Daniel Brizemeure, Noël Lacoudre and Émile Puech
Biblical Archaeology Review, September/October 2007