Dead Sea Scrolls
The Dead Sea Scrolls comprise roughly 850 documents, including texts from the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), discovered between 1947 and 1956 in eleven caves in and around the Wadi Qumran, near the ruins of the ancient settlement of Khirbet Qumran, on the northwest shore of the Dead Sea. The texts are of great significance, as they are practically the only remaining Biblical documents dating from before A.D. 100.
- Dead Sea Scrolls (Wikisource)
- Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
- Qumran National Park - Where the dead sea scrolls were found.
- Basic Facts Regarding the Dead Sea Scrolls
- Timetable of the Discovery and Debate about the Dead Sea Scrolls
- Dead Sea Scrolls & Qumran
- The Dead Sea Scrolls
- Some of the scrolls can be seen inside the Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem
- Library of Congress On-line Exhibit
- Guide with Hyperlinked Background Material to the Exhibit Ancient Treasures and the Dead Sea Scrolls Canadian Museum of Civilization
- Biblical Archeology - Articles about Biblical Archeology and Dead Sea Scrolls
- Open Scrolls Project - An ongoing effort to bring all the scrolls online in English translation.
- The Dead Sea Scrolls and Their Significance for Christianity (MP3), by Jim Hamilton (Evangelical presentation)