THE TEMPLE SCROLL. A Critical Edition with Extensive Reconstruction, E. Qimron, with bibliography by F. Garcia Martinez (1996)
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Nahal Hever Caves: Documents, artifacts and human skeletal remains were found in caves in the cliffs overlooking Nahal Hever, a canyon near the Dead Sea.
Among the documentary finds were letters written by Bar Kokhba, the legendary leader of the Second Jewish Revolt against Rome (ca. 132 CE) and the archive of Babata, a Jewish woman living at that time.
The Temple Scroll. A Critical Edition with Extensive Reconstruction
E. Qimron, with bibliography by F. Garcia Martinez
Year of publication
33 x 23 cm., soft cover, 124 pp., ISBN 965-21-030-7 [co-published by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press]
$24 ($18 to IES members)