It is the first time that the collection of Scrolls will be photographed in its entirety since the 1950s.Read the full story at JTA.
The images will be equal in quality to the actual viewing of the Scrolls, according to the Antiquities Authority.
"We are establishing a milestone connection between progress and the past to preserve this unique heritage for future generations," said Shuka Dorfman, director of the Israel Antiquities Authority. "At the end of a comprehensive and profound examination, we have succeeded in recruiting the best minds and technological means to preserve this unrivaled cultural heritage treasure which belongs to all of us, so that the public with a click of the mouse will be able to freely access history in its fullest glamour."
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