Viewing the Dead Sea Scrolls in digital detail

Partners Google and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem have launched a new website to closely examine the Dead Sea Scrolls. Not to panic if you don’t read Hebrew — the site offers English translations of the Great Isaiah Scroll in two ways: either read a dual translation here or click on a specific passage while in the viewer to open a window with the translation.

via LA Times

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