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66. Isa 28:23–29

Alleged Provenance
“The Bedouin who made the initial discovery of the scrolls showed them to a man named Khalil lskander Shahin (Kando) ... [who] partnered with the Bedouin to find a buyer for the scrolls. … Although Kando died in 1993, the family still possess a number of unsold Dead Sea Scroll fragments” (Loveless and Loveless 2012, 101).

Collector(s)/Collection(s)
William Kando

Lines
9

Measurements in cm
5.3 x 4.7

Sources
Loveless, Gary, and Stephanie Loveless. 2012. Dead Sea Scrolls and The Bible: Ancient Artifacts, Timeless Treasures. Forth Worth: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 100–1.