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See Qumran Caves at BiblePlaces.com for a tour of the places the scrolls were discovered.
Scrolls from the Dead Sea (Library of Congress) The site for the Library of Congress Exhibition from which the Qumran Library stems.
Qumran Library (Library of Congress) Detailed descriptions and high resolution photos of the scrolls.
Artifacts from the Qumran Site (Library of Congress) Excellent description and photos of archaeological discoveries at Qumran.
The Orion Center for the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls (Hebrew University, Jerusalem) The site for extensive research on the scrolls. Includes publications, other resources, and a “cave tour.”
Shrine of the Book (Israel Museum, Jerusalem) A brief but informative explanation of the scrolls including a section on their restoration.
Qumran (Walking in Their Sandals) Gives easy-to-read information on the location, biblical significance, etc. Features links to photographs and on-line scripture references.
Qumran (The Israeli Mosaic) Contains informative sections on the ruins of Qumran, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Dead Sea sect, and getting there. Links throughout allow for in-depth study.
Qumran (Into His Own) A brief, encyclopedia-type article with multiple links to related words and topics for further study.
Qumran (Christian Travel Study Program) Limited text and photos.
Qumran Controversy (Archaeology magazine) Discusses the controversy surrounding the assumed Essene authorship of the Dead Sea Scrolls. (Published in 1997.)
Qumran: A Day in the Life (The Foundation for Biblical Archaeology) A fictional story, written about a man whose name was actually mentioned in one of the scrolls, based on details of daily life taken from the scrolls and other relevant sources.
Qumran (Donald D. Binder, SMU) An article focusing on the dwellings of the community at Qumran.
Qumran Library (ibiblio) Photos, descriptions, and translations for various scroll fragments, including Psalms, phylactery, Community Rule, Calendrical Document, Enoch, Hosea Commentary, Leviticus, Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice, Damascus Document, and War Rule.
The Essenes and the Dead Sea Scrolls at Qumran (Goodnews Christian Ministry) A lengthy article dedicated primarily to the identity of the Essenes.
Qumran (Personal Page, by Melody Warren) Describes in detail both Qumran and the history of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Qumran (Personal Page, by Lewis Hill) The travel experiences of another visitor.
Qumran (United Travel) A brief paragraph with photo.
Qumran Science (Hebrew University) Numerous scientific reports by Dr. Jan Gunneweg to determine date and identity of the inhabitants of the site and the caves. Some material is unavailable online until it is published.