[b-hebrew] "Protons for studying the Dead Sea Scrolls"

Stephen Goranson goranson at duke.edu
Sat Jul 3 11:41:06 EDT 2010

On difference,  Dead Sea and vicinity water and water elsewhere see, e.g.:
Rabin, Ira, Oliver Hahn, Timo Wolff, Admir Masic, and Gisela Weinberg. "On the Origin of the Ink of the Thanksgiving Scroll (1QHodayota)."  Dead Sea Discoveries 16/1 (2009) 97-106.

Stephen Goranson

From: James Christian [jc.bhebrew at googlemail.com]
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Very interesting. Of course, all of this is meaningless unless we also analyse the water supplies of competing areas of origin. There seems to be no mention of any such comparative analyses in this short news article. Does anyone have a link to a published paper?

James Christian

On 3 July 2010 10:34, Stephen Goranson <goranson at duke.edu<mailto:goranson at duke.edu>> wrote:
"Researchers of the National Laboratories of the South (LNS) in Catania of the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN, Italy's National Institute for Nuclear Physics) have shed light on the origin of one of the extraordinary Dead Sea Scrolls."


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