Thu 6 Feb 92 1015 By Don Allen Re Dead Sea Scrolls Forwarded from Usenet Article 1507 of s

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Thu 6 Feb 92 10:15 By: Don Allen Re: Dead Sea Scrolls Forwarded from Usenet -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Article 1507 of sci.archaeology: From: jopollack@vaxsar.vassar.edu Newsgroups: sci.archaeology Subject: Re: Dead Sea Scrolls Message-ID: <1992Feb3.132324.218@vaxsar.vassar.edu> Date: 3 Feb 92 13:23:24 +1000 Organization: Vassar College Lines: 26 Regarding the requests for info on getting copies of the Dead Sea Scrolls: The Jan/Feb issue of Biblical Archaeology Review, the publication of the same BAS mentioned above, includes the following: The photographs of the texts of the unpublished Dead Sea Scrolls are now available from the Biblical Archaeology Society in a facsimile edition. The publication consists of a two-volume set. *A Facsimile Edition of the Dead Sea Scrolls*, prepared with an introduction and index by Robert H. Eisenman and James M. Robinson. The set includes 1,787 photographic plates. The cost of the two-volume set is $195, plus $15 shipping and handling. Credit card orders may be placed by calling toll-free 1-800-221-4644. Orders may also be placed by writing to the Biblical Archaeology Society, 3000 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20008. This edition has been printed in limited quantities; orders will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. And there you have it. Hopefully, they still have copies: at that price, and considering the lack of widespread knowledge of Aramaic, they just might. Good luck. --Josh Pollack ------------------------------------------------------------------------

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