israel museum dead sea scrolls shrine of the book jerusalem
I was expecting a lot more. dead sea scrolls shrine of the book jerusalem v does not really deliver the goods despite its special display and historical value.
the Israel Museum in Jerusalem you could expect more than a short film and a very modest book hall. The scroll display in the center of the hall requires the visitor to reach and climb (not accessible to the disabled ) and reach on the scrolls. The illustration of Opu keeping them in a nice cave but nothing more.
In any case, shrine of the book jerusalem, and despite its drawbacks, it is definitely a recommended place to visit during a several-day trip to Jerusalem.After we left the exhibition in shrine of the book we went to see the exhibition that links current and past and connects the Israeli narrative to the current reality
Erich von Deniken would love it
What is the connection between their day written in space by Ilan Ramon, the Book of Enoch and the Exiled Scrolls, and an ancient and miniature Torah scroll that survived the Holocaust in Bergen-Belsen?
Ilan Ramon was an Israeli fighter pilot who became an astronaut on the Columbia Space Shuttle, killed in the shuttle explosion and became an Israeli icon.
Book of Enoch
exhibition creates a connection between the diary written by Ilan Rimon in space and miraculously survives the crash and the burning of the ferry, and the book’s hero, Enoch, whose name is first described as a space flight in which a human being takes part.