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Re: orion Re: CD-Rom material
To Richard Anderson:
Jacob Knee beat me to the punch in informing you of The Dead Sea CDROM
prepared for the purpose of scholarly research. reviewed at
Though the CDROM seems a bit pricey. I am acquainted with some of the
people who prepared the CDROM --a lot of work went into it. If a source
of texts is what you are after this is the one.
There are also excellent commercially available interactive Educational
One is by Logos, according to their advert
> The Dead Sea Scrolls Revealed
> This interactive CD-ROM will serve as a friendly guide to all the major aspects of the
> Scrolls and their background.
> It offers close-up pictures, for instance, of the exquisite lettering on the ancient
> Hebrew texts, or flies the
> viewer through unique 3D constructions of the Qumran settlement and of the
> conceptual Temple as described
> in the Scrolls.
> And it provides various historical overviews that distill decades of scholarly research.
This cdrom is available from:
There are a number of other CDROM at that site which may be of interest.
There are also a number of websites that offer Pseudopigrapha and
CDroms are available but they may not be necessary for those connected to
An interesting list of links is posted by the Syrian Orthodox Church at:
One site is
There are a number of other good links. I would be happy to reply with
Richard H. Anderson wrote:
> Does anyone know if the Dead Sea Scrolls are avialable yet on CD-Rom
> or the Targums or Pseudepigrapha? We have a grant which can be used to
> purchase CD-Rom reference material and these would be excellent if
> Would be gald to hear if these are around and where from?
> The answer to this question will help Dr. Mary Coloe and me.
> Richard H. Anderson
> Dr.Mary Coloe pbvm
> > Australian Catholic University
> > firstname.lastname@example.org (home) or
> > M.Coloe@christ.acu.edu.au