Regions of Interest Quantified – Solving Problems of the Analogue Methods of the Discoveries in the Judean Desert Series (Part III.1)

In this post, I continue with an examination of reconstructing the very fragmentary Judean Desert Scrolls (sometimes called, Dead Sea Scrolls). I focus on 1QSa II lines 11–12.

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Signs Signs, Everywhere a Sign: A Digital Palaeographical Method to Read Scroll Fragments (Part I)

”And the sign said ‘Long-haired freaky people need not apply’” marks the beginning to a verse we’ve all heard and…

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