Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Ancient

Google launches Dead Sea Scrolls online library

Google launches Dead Sea Scrolls online library 1

More than six decades since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls and thousands of years after they were written Israel on Tuesday put 5,000 images of the ancient biblical artifacts online in a partnership with Google.
The digital library contains the Book of Deuteronomy, which includes the second listing of the Ten Commandments, and a portion of the first chapter of the Book of Genesis, dated to the first century B.C.
Israeli officials said this is part of an attempt by the custodians of the celebrated manuscripts often criticized for allowing them to be monopolized by small circles of scholars to make them broadly available.
Go here to browse the scrolls: http://www.deadseascrolls.org.il

 

Comments

You May Also Like

Science & Technology

Google’s parent company is working on a top-secret project codenamed “Wolverine”. It is supposed to be a wearable device that will expand the limits of...

Bizzare & Odd

About two weeks ago, Tel Aviv residents noticed that the concrete surface outside their homes was heating up and steam was coming out of...

Aliens & UFO's

According to the Israeli resource jewishpress.com, on December 4, 2020, the head of Israel’s space program, Professor Haim Eshed, gave a very controversial interview...

Ancient

All 16 fragments of the so-called Dead Sea scrolls stored in the Bible Museum in Washington turned out to be fake. This was stated...

Science & Technology

DeepMind, Google’s artificial intelligence (AI) division, has joined the global research community studying the new coronavirus COVID-19. DeepMind is best known for its AI,...

Aliens & UFO's

Area 51 generated a great deal of interest this year. Google has revealed the events, people and things that were searched for the most...

Ancient

In the vicinity of Hebron is an amazing man-made hill, more than once becoming a place that has kept a large number of historical...

Science & Technology

Google’s new quantum computer reportedly spends mere minutes on the tasks the world’s top supercomputers would need several millennia to perform. The media found...

Advertisement