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16. DSS F.151 (Unid) [earlier: DDS F.Exod1]

DSS F. No.
151

DSS F. Name
(Unid) [earlier: DDS F.Exod1]

Collection No.
APU1

Alleged Provenance
“Found at Qumran, on the Dead Sea, in Cave 4, some time between 1952 and 1956. The fragment itself dates between 150 BC - AD 68 (the Roman destruction of Qumran)” (cited in Davila 2009).

Collector(s)/Collection(s)
Michael R. Thompson — Lee Biondi ? Azusa Pacific University (Aug 2009)

Asking price
Feb 2009: $145,000 (Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers) [Davila 2009]

Purchase Price
Dealer/Seller ➤ Collector/Buyer
2009: $1,38 million (total price of fragments APU1–5) [Davis 2017, 237 n.22] William Kando — Lee Biondi ? Azusa Pacific University [Estrin 2013]

Lines
3(?)

Sources
Davila, James R. 2009. “Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments for Sale.” PaleoJudaica.com, 2 February. https://paleojudaica.blogspot.com/2009/02/dead-sea-scrolls-fragments-for-sale-by.html

Davis, Kipp. 2017. “Cave of Dispute: Patterns of Correspondence and Suspicion in the Post-2002 ‘Dead Sea Scrolls’ Fragments.” DSD 24.2: 229–70.

Estrin, Daniel. 2013. "Dead Sea Scroll Fragments to Hit the Auction Block." The Times of Israel 25 May.