22 February 2018
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In Memoriam The Orion Center congratulates our distinguished colleague, Prof. Elisha Qimron, of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, on being awarded the prestigious Israel Prize for his path-breaking research on the language of the Dead Sea Scrolls and for the publication of his three-volume Hebrew edition of the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Israel Prize committee noted the significance of presenting the prize to Prof. Qimron during the 70th anniversary of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls and of the founding of the modern state of Israel. The award will be presented on Israel Independence Day, May 19, 2018.
The Orion Center congratulates Academic Committee member Emanuel Tov, Hebrew University J. L. Magnes Professor of Bible Emeritus, and Editor-in-Chief of the Dead Sea Scrolls Publication Project, on his induction into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
April 8, 2010 - Times Newspapers Ltd
Searching for the Real Jesus: Jesus, the Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Religious Themes by Geza Vermes/The Story of the Scrolls: The Miraculous Discovery and True Significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls by Geza Vermes
Ynet News - July 17, 2005
Two fragments of nearly 2,000-year-old Torah scroll found in Judean Desert; finding constitutes 15th scroll fragment found in area from period of Jewish "Bar Kochba" revolt against Romans
The Temple Mount Sifting Project has established a new website, the
goal of which is to share the research of unidentified or
only-partially-identified artifacts from its site with knowledgeable
community all over the world. The website address is http://www.echad.info/uifinds.