ISRAEL-ARCHEOLOGY-RELIGION-DEAD-SEA-SCROLLS-INTERNET : News Photo

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A conservation analyst from the Israeli Antiquities department readies to photograph a fragment of the 2000-year-old Dead Sea scrolls at a laboratory in Jerusalem before photographing them on December 18, 2012. The director-general of the Israel Antiquities Authority Shuka Dorfmann and Professor Yossi Matias, managing director of Google Israel, announced the publishing of the Dead Sea Scrolls online, initiated by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Google. AFP PHOTO/MENAHEM KAHANA (Photo credit should read MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images)
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A conservation analyst from the Israeli Antiquities department readies to photograph a fragment of the 2000-year-old Dead Sea scrolls at a laboratory in Jerusalem before photographing them on December 18, 2012. The director-general of the Israel Antiquities Authority Shuka Dorfmann and Professor Yossi Matias, managing director of Google Israel, announced the publishing of the Dead Sea Scrolls online, initiated by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Google. AFP PHOTO/MENAHEM KAHANA (Photo credit should read MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images)
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December 18, 2012
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