This enchanting Dead Sea Scroll design bookmark is of greeting card quality cardboard, folds in half and is held closed against the page of a book by the magnets on each flap.
Its origin as an official product of Jerusalem's Israel Museum is clearly marked on the back of the bookmark.
Pictured are two of the actual pottery jars in which Dead Sea scrolls dated 1st century BCE - 1st centure CE were found and are part of the Israel Museum collection in Jerusalem.
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- The Dead Sea Scrolls Pamphlet in English$5.20
Average rating: 5.0 / 5.0 based on 1 reviews
very nice bookmark, does the jobBy Darren Botaro on May 28, 2013