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historical places/events, historical research, religious history, Charles River Editors
Interesting and with a lot more info than I expected. The finding of the scrolls and the community of the Esenes is in the last quarter of the book. The info begins with a review of scribe work and differences in language forms and calligraphy. Noted also is the difference in what is canonical between several sects. All is well referenced at each appropriate point. I have the audio, and Glenn Jerald Koster, Jr does a creditable job of narration despite many of the pronunciations sounding a bit odd to me.
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What disappointed you about Ancient Artifacts: The Dead Sea Scrolls?
everything but the narrator,who sounded nice. the content and story is a real downer. I*ve gotten more on the subject in a two min. talk in a shop. I DO NOT APPRECIATE MY TIME AND MONEY/ ENERGY BEING STOLEN. I,m writing this review to hopefully prevent this happening to others. What a rip off. I better get at least my money back.
What do you think your next listen will be?
what is your motive for asking that?
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Glenn Jerald Koster, Jr.?
Any additional comments?
save your money for something else.