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    Elder Scrolls III:Morrowind

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    Elder Scrolls III:Morrowind In the video game Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (Bethesda Softworks 2002), you control a character that initially has no identity. You fill out a questionnaire that decides your character’s class; thus, you are responsible for creating the foundation for your character’s role in the game. As you maneuver your character through this world, you continue to shape his/her identity through new experiences. Your actions and interactions with other characters in this virtual

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    Dead Sea Scrolls

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    Dead Sea Scrolls In 1947 in a cave near the Dead sea in the Jordan Desert, a fifteen year old boy chased after one of his goats that wandered off. This boy's name was Muhammad adh-Dhib. While going after his goat, the boy stumbled upon perhaps the greatest religious discovery of the modern era. Inside the cave, he found broken jars that contained scrolls written in a strange language, wrapped in linen cloth and leather. These scrolls would later become known as the Dead Sea Scrolls. This first

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    Dead Sea Scrolls

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    Dead Sea Scrolls The Dead Sea Scrolls are a group of 800-900 manuscripts found in caves at Qumran east of Jerusalem and north-west of the Dead Sea. The first scrolls were discovered in 1947 by a shepherd-boy who wandered into a cave after a stray goat. The texts are believed to have been hidden in eleven caves for safe-keeping prior to the destruction of Rome in A.D.70. The scrolls are a collection of biblical and non-biblical documents comprising of the Hebrew Bible, (every book except Esther);

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    The Dead Sea Scrolls are a series of complete and incomplete scrolls containing biblical literature, as well as some other writings that have not been identified as parallels to any biblical books. Found in Qumran, located in the Judean Desert, these scrolls have been a controversial topic in an archeological sense as well as in a religious aspect. Apparently, the scrolls were copied from other scrolls and then stored in caves near the place that they are assumed to have been written. There’s been

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    Analysis of The Essenes and the Dead Sea Scrolls Preamble “The grass withers and the flowers fall but the word of our God stands forever” Isaiah 40.8 “Mohammed Dib, a Bedouin shepherd of the T’Amireh tribe” (Keller, 1957, 401) could not have known that he would be the person who, in 1947, would bring to bear the words of Isaiah 40.8 This shepherd boy had been clambering around the clefts and gullies of a rock face on Wadi Qumran, north of the Dead Sea hoping to find one of his lost lambs

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    The Discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, which was initially made in 1947, represents one of the most important archeological discoveries made in the twentieth century. In the caves of the cliffs overhanging the northwestern end of the Dead Sea, in an area now known as Khirbet Qumran, a number of large clay jars containing more than six hundred ancient Hebrew and Aramaic manuscripts were discovered by some travelling Bedouins. These manuscripts were attributed

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    The Seven Deadly Scrolls

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    and after the discovery of the Seven Deadly Scrolls there was a lot of controversy. There were also several other scrolls found in ten more caves between 1949 and 1956. The Seven Deadly Scrolls came in contact with different people before making its way to the United States. The find caused a sensation when it was releases to the world, and continued to fascinate the scholarly community and the public to this day (Lundberg). From the Seven Deadly Scrolls it had increased the understanding of the

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    The discovery of The Dead Sea Scrolls

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    The discovery of The Dead Sea Scrolls was the most important archeological discovery in history, and the single most important biblical find ever. The term Dead Sea Scrolls refers to the 850+ documents, most left in fragments from the wear of time, that were discovered in the Judean desert, around Qumran. Two teenage boys one a 15-year-old Bedouin shepherd first discovered the documents. The boys were surprised to hear the sound of breaking pottery upon throwing rocks down a hole they discovered

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    Paul and the Dead Sea Scrolls

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    their time decoding ancient manuscripts and translating them into different languages. The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls caused the Essenes to gain the attention from scholars as well as the world. Many of the documents that were recovered from the caves have been untouched since around 300 BCE, among these documents, were several copies of the Hebrew Bible. The Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered between 1947 and 1956 in eleven caves on the northwest shore of the Dead Sea. They were discovered

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    1. Game Summary The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is the fifth installment in the Elder Scrolls series that takes place in a magical frozen world called Skyrim. As a newly discovered Dragonborn you are tasked with the challenge of preventing the dragons from returning and wreaking havoc on the world you have grown to love (Or hate!). The Game designer (while an amazingly creative guy) Todd Howard did not actually come up with the idea of Skyrim, but more brought it to life. His vision of how the world

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