Scientists have formally announced their reconstruction of the Ein Gedi Scroll, the most ancient Hebrew scroll since the Dead Sea Scrolls

Computers Decipher Burnt Scroll Found in Ancient Holy Ark

"Radiocarbon dating of the scroll suggests that it may be between 1,700 and 1,800 years old, at least 200 years older than previously thought. ... the scroll’s distinctive handwriting hearkens back to the first or second century A.D."


Biblical Archaeology’s Top Ten Discoveries of 2015

10. Beit Shemesh idol head 9. Horvat Kur Byzantine menorah mosaic 8. The site of Herod's palace 7. Iron Age gate at Gath 6. Rare 3,000-Year-Old seal from Jerusalem found in Temple Mount sifted dirt 5. Eshba'al name found at Khirbet Qeiyafa...  CT