Oldest-Known Fragments of the Bible: Silver scroll 1


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English: The Oldest-Known Fragments of the Bible. - In 1979 two small rolled pieces of silver were discovered in a burial cave in Jerusalem, Israel. When the little scrolls were carefully unrolled, researchers found words from the Book of Numbers inscribed into the silver, written in characters from an ancient Hebrew script.
Español: Los fragmentos más antiguos conocidos de la Biblia. - En 1979 se descubrieron en una cueva funeraria en Jerusalén, Israel, dos pequeños rollos de plata. Al ser cuidadosamente desenrollados, los investigadores hallaron palabras del Libro de los Números, escritos en Hebreo antiguo.
Date 600 a.C.
Source http://www.christian-forum.net/index.php?showtopic=21610
Author Israel Museum, Jerusalem.


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