Israeli scientists recently discovered fragments of the rare Dead Sea Scrolls and other relics, calling it a “historic discovery” in the caves of Israel.
Contained in the findings are:
Fragments written about a Jewish rebellion in Rome about 1,900 years ago.
Greek text from Zechariah and Nahum.
Writing style indicates the fragments date to the first century CE.
The fragments were located in the "Cave of Horrors," named because forty skeletons were also located there during a 1960's archeological dig.
The new fragments were discovered by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) and are under their supervision and care.