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Abstract of paper presented at Ljubljana IOQS meeting

Abstract of paper presented at Ljubljana IOQS meeting
The Spectre of Qumran Cave 1: What If Cave 1 Had Not Been Discovered First? Stephen J. Pfann, Ph.D. University of the Holy Land, Jerusalem   In 2007, a conference is duly… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/abstract-paper-presented-ljubljana-ioqs-meeting/

Qumran Cave Clusters

Qumran Cave Clusters
The Caves of Qumran can be divided into five distinct clusters (see previous map): I. CAVE CLUSTER OF THE MARL TERRACE ADJACENT TO THE QUMRAN SITE: Ia. SOUTHWEST SPUR: Caves 4Q… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/qumran-cave-clusters/

"Q" is for Qumran

"Q" is for Qumran
The Enumeration of the Caves of Qumran.   Map of Cave Locations After the first two “scroll caves” were discovered in 1947 (Cave 1Q) and 1952 (Cave 2Q), a survey of the cli… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/q-qumran/

Unity and Diversity at Qumran I

Unity and Diversity at Qumran I
The Spectre of Cave 1Q: What if Cave 1 had not been discovered first? The exterior of Cave 1Q facing north (courtesy A. Schick) In July 2007, a conference will be devoted t… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/unity-and-diversity-qumran-i/

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