This photographic reproduction of a Dead Sea Scroll – 4Q5 PL. 363/1 – contains portions of Isaiah 22:10-14 (right column) and Isaiah 23:8-24:15 (left column). Of particular importance is the mentioning of the great building works performed by Hezekiah in the wake of the Assyrian Conquest in the 8th century BCE, evidence of which has been discovered in Jerusalem’s Old City and the City of David. The scroll dates to the first half of the first century CE.
Encased in an exquisite, acrylic frame, this scroll can be mounted on a wall or left free-standing on one’s desktop. The two long stainless steel screws act as a stand thus allowing the scrolls to stand free on a desk or table. Package includes: mounting brackets, detailed artifact description & serial number.
- Display / Frame – Acrylic Frame
- Artifact dated back to 1st century CE (ca. 60 CE)
- Artifact location: Jerusalem, Israel
- IAA Access Number – 572121
- Portion in Bible – Isaiah 22:10-14, 23: 8-18, 24: 1-15
- Replica size – 200%
- Site of Origin Qumran, Cave 4
- Weight: 1 lbs
- Width: 8.3 inches
- Depth: 0.5 inch
- Height: 9.8 inches