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Two Discoveries; Two Temples

Two Discoveries; Two Temples
First Temple Remains During a recent archaeological inspection on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem carried out by the Israel Antiquities Authority over maintenance works of the Waq… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/two-discoveries-two-temples/

Priestly Tithe Jars of Qumran and Masada

Priestly Tithe Jars of Qumran and Masada
Specialty jars of Qumran and Masada As noted in earlier postings, a number of factors suggest that the vast majority of cylindrical jars were not intended for the storage of lite… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/priestly-tithe-jars-qumran-and-masada/

The Distribution of Cylindrical Jars

The Distribution of Cylindrical Jars
Date and Provenience Before the excavation of the site of Khirbet Qumran, ceramics experts tentatively dated the jars to the late Second Temple Period, based upon their associati… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/distribution-cylindrical-jars/

"Scroll Jars" a misnomer; Manuscript types and storage

"Scroll Jars" a misnomer; Manuscript types and storage
The Cylindrical Jars of Qumran From the initial moment that the first scrolls were said to have been found in a certain, cylindrically-shaped jar in Cave 1, it was assumed that t… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/scroll-jars-misnomer-manuscript-types-and-storage/

Unity and Diversity at Qumran II

Unity and Diversity at Qumran II
Diverse Caves and Libraries of Qumran It has been generally assumed that the numerous manuscripts from the Qumran caves (and those from Masada!) were once part of a single librar… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/unity-and-diversity-qumran-ii/