CAVE 11 LINKS
Cave 11Q Images including the Scroll Jar in Rimon Kando & Sons souvenir shop, Bethlehem, West Bank.
Joint Press Release USI and Facoltà di Teologia di Lugano, Istituto di cultura e archeologia delle terre bibliche: New excavation of Qumran Cave 11Q , March 2017.
Qumran International Caves (11Q) April 2017 Conference, organized by Professor Marcello Fidanzio at Lugano.
INTRODUCTIONS & EXHIBITIONS
Bibleworks Introduction – good introduction to the site and caves.
Online catalogue of the travelling Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibition with artefacts from the site and caves available.
British Museum 1Q (Q49) Scroll Jar with lid (Q16) © The Trustees of the British Museum.
Metropolitan Museum, of Art in New York 1Q (Q40) jar and lid, gifted from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 1964.
Oberlin College Digital Collections featuring Père Roland de Vaux from the École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem (ÉBAF) working on the reconstruction of jar lids, described as bowl covers; man holding reconstructed jar Q42; and one further (unidentified) jar.
Waters Art Museum, Baltimore 1Q (Q53) Jar and lid (Q20). Image available for use with Creative Commons Licence.
SCROLLS & FRAGMENTS
Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library with photographs of each of the individual scrolls, accompanied by publication details.
Oberlin College Digital Collections featuring John Trevor taking the first photographs of 1QS; John Trevor and Metropolitan Mar Samuel examining a scroll; Genesis Apocryphon prior to its unrolling, described as “Book of Lamcah“; misc. manuscript fragments with bowls.
SITE AND REGION
Non-Professional Archaeological Photographs, (NPAPH) the initiative of Bart Wagemakers, has some excellent images of Qumran and the caves from the 1950s and 1960s. These include photographs taken by Lucas Grollenberg (fellow of the École Biblique in Jerusalem), Leo Boer (student of the École Biblique) and Peter Pennarts (Dutch travel photographer), with additional shots provided with commentary by Joan Taylor and Bart Wagemakers at the PEF site and also on their Flickr Page.
Oberlin College Digital Collections featuring ‘Ain Feshka in horizon; entrance to cave with three men (including guard) and dog; unidentified cave entrance; four workmen inside cave; and internal cave shaft.
Orion Centre for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Site tour of the manuscript caves.
Photographs of caves in region of Qumran taken by Bob Eisenman 1992-2001.
British Museum Linen Rectangle from scroll wrapping from Cave 1Q,
Musée de Louvre, Paris Textile from Khirbet Qumran
Oberlin College Digital Collections featuring linen from scroll wrapping.