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or so W of the NW corner of the Dead Sea and a little over eight m. There he stumbled upon several jars somewhat over two ft. One scroll, at first believed to be an apocalypse of Lamech, could not be opened at the time, and it was only in 1956 that the MS was unrolled and found to comprise an Aram. Yadin, under the title Osar Hammegilloth Haggenuzoth or “treasury of the hidden scrolls.” The fragments recovered from the first Qumran cave were published in 1955 by D. The second Qumran cave (2Q), discovered in 1952, had already been looted by Ta’amireh Bedouin tribesmen before the official party arrived, and only a few tiny fragments of MSS were found at the site. the rolls were found to contain information relating to the locations of treasure hoards.

in height and almost ten inches wide, containing leather scrolls wrapped in linen cloth. Cave four (4Q), located just W of Khirbet Qumran was discovered in 1952 and contained a wealth of fragments of nearly all the Biblical books (except, apparently, Esther), many familiar and unknown apocryphal writings, commentaries, liturgical texts and other literary works.

Clandestine investigators anticipated the official excavation of the caves in 1952, but despite this, several Biblical MSS of the Masoretic textual variety were found, including a scroll of the minor prophets, potsherds inscribed in Gr. literary papyri in fragmentary condition, coins from the Second Jewish Revolt ( 132-135) which dated the occupational level accurately in the Rom. Important sources for a study of the Second Jewish Revolt against Rome were some papyrus letters in Heb., two of which were signed by Simon Bar-Kokhba and addressed to a certain Joshua ben Galgola, apparently the commander of the military outpost at the Wadi Murabba’at.

Since their discovery, the Dead Sea Scrolls have amazed scholars by ... 3 The biblical Qumran scrolls, dated 250 BC–AD 68, take the dating of ...

However, doubts ended when several scrolls were carbon-14 tested in ...

Carbon-14 cannot be used to date biological artifacts of organisms that did not get their carbon dioxide from the air.

This rules out carbon dating for most aquatic organisms, because they often obtain at least some of their carbon from dissolved carbonate rock.

This technique is not restricted to bones; it can also be used on cloth, wood and plant fibers.

Carbon-14 dating has been used successfully on the Dead Sea Scrolls, Minoan ruins and tombs of the pharaohs among other things. The half-life of carbon-14 is approximately 5,730 years. dinosaurs the evolution alleges lived millions of years ago.

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In his article Light Attenuation and Exponential Laws in the last issue of Plus, Ian Garbett discussed the phenomenon of light attenuation, one of the many physical phenomena in which the exponential function crops up.

In this second article he describes the phenomenon of radioactive decay, which also obeys an exponential law, and explains how this information allows us to carbon-date artefacts such as the Dead Sea Scrolls.