The collection in the Jerusalem Museum is said to have been found in 1947 by an Arab teenager living near the Dead Sea in search of a missing sheep and into a hidden cave in a desolate canyon. Hebrew scrolls found in clay pots. .
These handwritten Bible dates can be traced back to two thousand years ago, and are the earliest Bible scrolls of human discovery. When you really see the "Dead Sea Scrolls" that can be called a masterpiece, you probably can understand why the Jews are called "The people of the book." Whether you believe in God or not, you will be shocked and admired by the spirit of the Jewish gods who respect God.
The Bible Lands Museum
Biblical Land Museum is a very small museum in Jerusalem, Israel. It shows some of the people's cultures mentioned in the Bible, including the ancient Egyptians and the Egyptians. Southerners, Philistines, Aramis, Hittites, Elams, Phoenicians, and Persians. The museum was founded by private in 1992. Hundreds of collections were exhibited in the museum: ancient documents, idols, coins, statues, weapons, pottery and seals from the ancient Near East. Models of some of the old customs of Jerusalem, the Urkin-shaped tower and the Pyramids of Giza are also on display. The theme exhibition of Out of the Blue: from the deep sea to the national flag, is more precious and is indispensable for understanding Israeli culture.