The Dead Sea Scrolls 1965

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Various shots of the opening ceremony of an exhibition at British Museum in London where the English public will be able to see for the first time the Dead Sea Scrolls. The exhibition also includes maps and photographs to explain the significance of the scrolls. Various shots of people...



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