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By Good News Network Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Discovered in 1947, the Dead Sea Scrolls have been available for viewing only in a museum in Israel...until now.
Thanks to some expert digital photography and a project set up by Google, high-resolution photos of five of the seven original Dead Sea Scrolls can now be seen online.
The Digital Dead Sea Scrolls Web site offers a peek into the distant past, allowing people to view and examine the scrolls in fine detail, with accompanying text describing the scroll, its history, and its meaning.
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