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  • Regrettably, Roland de Vaux, the original excavator of a settlement near the caves called Khirbet Qumran, never produced a final publication of his work; his field notes and archaeological finds are now administered by Jerusalem-based archaeologist Jean-Baptiste Humbert.

    Books: Reliving the Dead Sea Scrolls

  • Israel, including Khirbet Qumran, which is the archaeological site closest to the cave where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered.

    Chabad.org Weekly Magazine [ Chanukah 5770 - December 11-19, 2009 ]

  • Magness also discusses the relationship between the scrolls and the settlement at Khirbet Qumran, noting the view -- not held by her -- that Khirbet Qumran was not a religious settlement but a country villa.

    Books: Reliving the Dead Sea Scrolls

  • Nearby was a small settlement at Khirbet Qumran, inhabited from the late second century BCE to the first century CE.

    Art Knowledge News

  • Nearby was a small settlement at Khirbet Qumran, inhabited from the late second century BCE to the first century CE.

    Art Knowledge News

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