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By 1956, a total of eleven caves had been found at Qumran; however, no caves have been discovered since, until now.

Now, archeologists Oren Gutfeld and Randall Price have made “one of the most exciting archaeological discoveries, and the most important in the last 60 years, in the caves of Qumran,” near the northwestern shore of the Dead Sea. And that’s why it is hard to overestimate the significance of the astounding discovery announced by Hebrew University Wednesday: A twelfth cave has been discovered! This “most important” discovery will also ignite controversy: who owns the Dead Sea Scrolls?

Students explore the writing of ancient Egyptians using self-directed activity booklets and a scarab reproduction.

Activities include reading the inscription on the scarab, and learning how to write in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.

Travel to a Japanese tattoo parlour, and drop in on an ancient Egyptian party!

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