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58. Ps 11:1–3

Alleged Provenance
“Through the generosity of two donors, the Ashland Theological Seminary has received a manuscript fragment on leather from the Dead Sea Scrolls . . . The fragment had been in a private collection and can be traced to the Kando family in Bethlehem . . .” [ATS 2005].

“. . . was purchased from the private collection of a European Roman Catholic priest” [Johnson 2007].

Collector(s)/Collection(s)
William Kando ? Bruce Ferrini ? Ashland Theological Seminary (2004)

Lines
3

Sources
ATS Koinonia. 2005, January. “ATS Acquires Artifacts,” 4.

Eshel, Esther and Hanan Eshel. 2007. “A Preliminary Report on Seven New Fragments from Qumran.” Meghillot 5–6: 271–78, at 276–77.

Johnson, Nick. 2007, 12 August. “Ancient items, modern wonderSt.Petersburg Times.