[b-hebrew] transcribed Dead Sea Scrolls
if at math.bu.edu
Sun Mar 7 21:33:16 EST 2010
Thank you for the links. I am familiar with the second one. I find
it astounding that there is no readily available modern-font version
of the Dead Sea Scroll book of Isaiah.
I have written to professor E. Qimron in Beer Sheva but haven't heard
back from him.
Isaac Fried, Boston University
On Mar 7, 2010, at 8:15 PM, Steve Miller wrote:
> The entire Isaiah scroll is at these 2 places:
> These are not transcribed into Hebrew square letters, but the
> bottom link,
> which is very high res, is quite readable.
> I use the 1st link first because Fred Miller has it all identified
> by verse.
> If I can't discern the letters, then I go to the 2nd link using the
> and row from Fred Miller's site.
> There are some Bible programs that have the DSS Hebrew text, but I
> seen them for myself.
> -Steve Miller
> Thou hast seen it; for their mischief
> and spite Thou wilt repay:
> The wretch commits himself to Thee.
> Thou art the orphan's stay. (Ps10:14)
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> [mailto:b-hebrew-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Isaac Fried
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> Subject: [b-hebrew] transcribed Dead Sea Scrolls
> where can one read on-line the Dead See Scrolls (especially the
> book of
> Isaiah) transcribed into Hebrew square letters?
> Isaac Fried, Boston University
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