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Imaging technician and camera operator, Shay Halevy, shows on screen fragments of a newly discovered script found by Israel Antiquities Authority researcher, Oren Abelman, in "Cave 11" near Qumran, at the IAA department in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, on May 2, 2018. The fragments are now readable through advanced imaging equipment which can reveal letters that are invisible to the naked eye, at the Dead Sea Scrolls' conservation labs of the authority. Photo by: JINIPIX
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Imaging technician and camera operator, Shay Halevy, shows on screen fragments of a newly discovered script found by Israel Antiquities Authority researcher, Oren Abelman, in "Cave 11" near Qumran, at the IAA department in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, on May 2, 2018. The fragments are now readable through advanced imaging equipment which can reveal letters that are invisible to the naked eye, at the Dead Sea Scrolls' conservation labs of the authority. Photo by: JINIPIX