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The Great Isaiah Scroll MS A (1QIsa)
The Great Isaiah Scroll MS A (1QIsa)
label QS:Len,"The Great Isaiah Scroll MS A (1QIsa)"
Object type Scroll
Date 1st century BCE
Medium ink on parchment
medium QS:P186,Q127418;P186,Q226697,P518,Q861259
institution QS:P195,Q46815
Current location
Level The Shrine of the Book (Details of level on Google Art Project) room The Dead Sea Scrolls (Details of room on Google Art Project)
Accession number
English: (written in Hebrew) "And on that day the Lord will thresh from the river Euphrates to the Wadi of Egypt, and you will be gathered one by one, O people of Israel. And on the day a great trumpet will be sounded, and those who were perishing in the land of Assyria and those who were driven out to the land of Egypt will come and bow down to the Lord in the holy mountain at Jerusalem."

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