Some Israelis have described being moved almost to tears by a rare viewing of the Great Isaiah Scroll, the best preserved and most complete Dead Sea biblical scroll, on special exhibit this summer at the Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum for the first time in 40 years. Ordinary people are able to read, and at least partly understand, the ancient Hebrew text on the 2,100-year-old scroll.
"The Bible is first of all our connection to the land," said Ruvik Rosenthal, a popular Israeli language guru.
August 10, 2008
Ordinary Israelis Can Read 2,100-Year-Old Hebrew Scroll
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