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Initial discovery — [ edit ] The initial discovery, by Bedouin shepherd Muhammed edh-Dhib, his cousin Jum'a Muhammed, sablikova online dating Khalil Musa, took place between November and February Trever reconstructed the story of the scrolls from several interviews with the Bedouin.
Edh-Dhib's cousin noticed the caves, but edh-Dhib himself was the first to actually fall into one. These small fragments created somewhat of a problem for scholars.
It is by far the most productive of all Qumran caves, producing ninety percent of the Dead Sea Scrolls and scroll fragments approx. The Bedouin first took the scrolls to a dealer named Ibrahim 'Ijha in Bethlehem.
In the original seven scrolls caught the attention of Dr.
At some point during this time, the Community Rule was split in two. Harding, director of the Jordanian Department of Antiquitiesbegan working on piecing the fragments together and after forty years of work he was still not finished.
Treverof the American Schools of Oriental Research ASORwho compared the script in the scrolls to that of The Nash Papyrusthe oldest biblical manuscript then known, and found similarities between them. Cave 4 is the most famous of Qumran caves both because of its visibility from the Qumran plateau and its productivity.