The charred scroll from En-Gedi was too fragile to open, but scientists read it anyway.
The charred scroll from En-Gedi was too fragile to open, but scientists read it anyway. THE WASHINGTON POST Science Advances, B. Seales
The charred scroll from En-Gedi was too fragile to open, but scientists read it anyway. THE WASHINGTON POST Science Advances, B. Seales

How scientists read an ancient and fragile biblical scroll without unrolling it

September 23, 2016 11:49 AM