How many knows about the Dead Sea Scrolls? This is a serious matter if the Dead Sea Scrolls is a myth or the original collections of bible texts. Scholars have made a long discussions and discourses whether if these pieces of paper are true. The discovery of the Scrolls is the biggest and has historical significance because these artifacts are the last surviving biblical document in our history. If you have a lot of money then it is easy for you to travel Israel just to see the Dead Sea scrolls. The sad part is one have no money in its pocket.
End of worries because you don’t need to travel thousands of miles just to see the biblical document. You don’t need to get passport and spend time and money because it only ends up the same if you visit online and let the Google website do the Job for you. If you think Google don’t have a copy because authorities limit digital recordings well not to Google. Thanks to Google because the Dead Sea Scrolls is on the Internet and available to everyone. For those who don’t know what is this Dead Sea Scrolls here’s a little background of the scrolls. It is a 2000 year old collection of 972 Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek texts. It was discovered in between 1947 and 1956. To complete the collection, Archaeologists put all together the scrolls and preserved in Israel Museum. Because it is a significant document they limit the digital records and even until now, except Google because they allowed it to post in the internet.
Do you want more good news? You can see the text and the entire scrolls that Google technology took. The Google captured the entire 5-sroll set in a 1200 megapixel photographs. To make the users happy and would feel its significance, Google made an interface that would allow users to zoom in, isolate the individual passages and translate it to English since the original text is in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. Google set the scrolls in Google Index, this mean you don’t need to look up as if you have a problem searching for it because you can look the scrolls very easily in the search engine.