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Although doubts may arise regarding the missing pages, faithful efforts have been made to restore what was lost. Today, much of it has been restored through diligent research conducted by scholars. 3 Codex Cairensis According to its colophon, the Codex Cairensis was written and vowel-pointed in AD 895 by Moses ben Asher in Tiberias while in Israel. It contains the Former Prophets ( Joshua, Judges, 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings) and the Latter Prophets (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and the Minor Prophets).
Blessing more than any…re and more than Evil. For redemption is in him. For YHWH is our restorer… rock. 5 inches long. It reads, The Hebrew-inscribed silver scrolls are the oldest copy of biblical passages in the world, dating 400 years prior to the Dead Sea Scrolls. ) May be blessed…by YHW…the warrior (or helper) and the rebuker of…vil: May bless you, YHWH, keep you. 10 48 The Popular Handbook of Archaeology and the Bible Today, the scrolls can be seen on display at the Israel Museum; the tombs, located behind the Menachem Begin Heritage Center (directly below the Scottish Presbyterian Church) in Jerusalem, can also be seen.
What is more, fragments of books such as Enoch, Sayings of Moses, Book of Jubilee, Book of Noah, Testament of Levi, Tobit, and the Wisdom 38 The Popular Handbook of Archaeology and the Bible of Solomon were discovered, as well as fragmentary commentaries on Psalms, Micah, and Zephaniah. • Cave 2: Though the second cave was not nearly as productive, by 1952 archaeologists uncovered hundreds of fragments including two of Exodus, one of Leviticus, four of Numbers, two of Deuteronomy, one of Jeremiah, Job, and Psalms, and two of Ruth.
Die skythenzeitliche Fuerstenkurgan Arzan 2 in Tuva by Konstantin Von Cugunov, Hermann Parzinger, Anatoli Nagler, von Cugunov