2,000 Year Old Manuscript Fragments of Leviticus Found in Israel


Those crazy Bedouins are at it again. A Bedouin recently sold two fragements of the Book of Leviticus to an archeologist who was provided the funding by Bar Ilan University. This would make them very old representations of Leviticus. The Israeli Antiquities Authority is testing them now to determine their authenticity. But this hardly seems the kind of find that forgers would be interested in faking.

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