Dead Sea Scrolls: Words that Changed the World | Garfield Weston Exhibition Hall, Level B2

Since their discovery in 1947, the Dead Sea Scrolls have rarely toured in order to preserve the fragile parchment. This original ROM exhibition includes rarely and never-before-seen Scrolls, as well as extraordinary 2,000-year-old artifacts of the period.

In partnership with the Israel Antiquities Authority, the ROM presented 17 Scrolls, of which four were on public display for first time ever, having been conserved at the ROM’s request. Artifacts from Qumran, Jerusalem and the Second Temple, Sephorris and other parts of Judea and the Galilee displayed, with Jewish and Roman artifacts from the period. The Scrolls include the fascinating Book of War Scroll, the Messianic Apocalypse Scroll and a section from Genesis, the first book of the Hebrew Bible, telling the story of the attempted seduction of Joseph by Potiphar’s wife.

 

Comments

Comment by Maureen McCullough

Dear Sir or Madam

I very much enjoyed the exhibit.

Would any pictures of the ossuaries from Jerusalem and Sephoris that you may have on file from the exhibit be available? I am also interested in obtaining a copy of the video reconstruction of the temple in Jerusalem if available.

Thank you

Regards

Maureen McCullough