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Newly discovered Dead Sea Scroll fragments were presented at the Israel Museum in honor of Israel’s 70th anniversary. These fragments help fill in the gaps of the already published scrolls, as well as provide evidence of an unknown manuscript.
Did the Babylonians develop trigonometry prior to the Greeks? Researchers have evidence to suggest that this may be the case after translating a 3,700 year old Babylonian stone tablet.
Israel’s new interactive Sanhedrin Trail is 70 kilometers long and follows paths walked by many influential Jewish figures from 1,900 years ago.
Slated for a June release, Never Stop Dreaming will look at the amazing life and work of Israeli President Shimon Peres.