Dead Sea Scrolls to be made available online
In an ambitious application of 21st century technology brought to bear on a first century wonder, the Israel Antiquities Authority and internet search giant Google Tuesday announced a plan to digitize the Dead Sea Scrolls and make the entire collection available to the public online.
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Now You Can Even Google the Dead Sea Scrolls
The Israel Antiquities Authority and Google are teaming up to publish the Dead Sea Scrolls online. The approximately 1,000 scrolls, managed by the IAA, were discovered in a series of caves near the Dead Sea in the West Bank. Dating from the second and first centuries, B.C.E., these Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek documents constituted a significant trove of information on the ancient world. And of …
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Just keep winning
Coahoma Agricultural High School has an opportunity to finish the regular season on a winning note if the Tigers can take out Greenville O’Bannon tonight and defeat Strayhorn next week.
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