In the middle of the last century have been discovered in the Dead Sea region Hebrew writings more than 2000 years.

This discovery is one of the most significant in the world of archaeology, since it shows explanations for the ancient life in the desert.

In 1947 a Bedouin Shepherd went looking for a lost goat in ein feshchah nature reserve. The shepherd came to the cave, threw in stones and explosive audio sound of broken pottery.

The Curious Shepherd enters the cave and finds some jars. He smashed the jars and discovered in them leather parchment pages covered in writing.

These were the Dead Sea scrolls or the extra oil, Dead Sea Scrolls and the Dead Sea scrolls, which as noted collection of Hebrew manuscripts of more than 2000 years.

As a result of the discovery of the scrolls began digging the site, today a national park of nature and Parks Authority. The site will evidence indicating that instead of living in cooperation with Jews and Christians. Instead discovered the remains of the ancient monastery in the Western world.

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One theory says that the archaeological site sat dead sea sect who believed in divine retribution for better or for worse, and that humans are similar to light and darkness.

Among the findings in the field and write in the match. For example, strictly journalistic purity across multiple site entry.

The scrolls were found in 11 caves are hidden near the Qumran settlement remains.

About 900 scrolls were discovered and decrypted. Recently completed decoding of 2 recent examples were written in Cypher and discovered Ben 364 day calendar which lists holiday days and occasions.