• Visitors explore the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit, which will be coming to The Leonardo in Salt Lake City in November. Darryl Moran | The Franklin Institute
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The Book of War Scroll, which is part of the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit that will be coming to The Leonardo in November.
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Visitors explore the Dead Sea Scroll exhibit, which is comin to The Leonardo in Salt Lake City in November. Darryl Moran | Courtesy photo)
  • (Darryl Moran | Courtesy photo)  
Visitors explore the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit, which is coming to The Leonardo in Salt Lake City in November.
  • (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Israeli Consul General David Siegel speaks during a press conference at The Leonardo Wednesday April 17, 2013. A display including some of the Dead Sea Scrolls — the parchments that include the earliest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible — is coming to Salt Lake City. Some 20 scrolls, some of which date back to near the time of Christ, are part of an exhibit that will open on an as yet unspecified date in November at The Leonardo, downtown Salt Lake City’s art-and-technology museum, officials announced today.
  • (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Israeli Consul General David Siegel speaks during a press conference at The Leonardo Wednesday April 17, 2013. A display including some of the Dead Sea Scrolls — the parchments that include the earliest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible — is coming to Salt Lake City. Some 20 scrolls, some of which date back to near the time of Christ, are part of an exhibit that will open on an as yet unspecified date in November at The Leonardo, downtown Salt Lake City’s art-and-technology museum, officials announced Wednesday.
  • (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Leonardo Executive Director Alexandra Hesse speaks during a press conference at The Leonardo Wednesday April 17, 2013. A display including some of the Dead Sea Scrolls — the parchments that include the earliest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible — is coming to Salt Lake City. Some 20 scrolls, some of which date back to near the time of Christ, are part of an exhibit that will open on an as yet unspecified date in November at The Leonardo, downtown Salt Lake City’s art-and-technology museum, officials announced today.
  • (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Israeli Consul General David Siegel speaks during a press conference at The Leonardo Wednesday April 17, 2013. A display including some of the Dead Sea Scrolls — the parchments that include the earliest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible — is coming to Salt Lake City. Some 20 scrolls, some of which date back to near the time of Christ, are part of an exhibit that will open on an as yet unspecified date in November at The Leonardo, downtown Salt Lake City’s art-and-technology museum, officials announced today.
  • (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
 Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert, Rabbi Benny Zippel and Israeli Consul General David Siegel  talk during a press conference at The Leonardo Wednesday April 17, 2013. A display including some of the Dead Sea Scrolls — the parchments that include the earliest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible — is coming to Salt Lake City. Some 20 scrolls, some of which date back to near the time of Christ, are part of an exhibit that will open on an as yet unspecified date in November at The Leonardo, downtown Salt Lake City’s art-and-technology museum, officials announced today.
  • (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
 Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert speaks during a press conference at The Leonardo Wednesday April 17, 2013. A display including some of the Dead Sea Scrolls — the parchments that include the earliest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible — is coming to Salt Lake City. Some 20 scrolls, some of which date back to near the time of Christ, are part of an exhibit that will open on an as yet unspecified date in November at The Leonardo, downtown Salt Lake City’s art-and-technology museum, officials announced today.
  • (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
 Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert speaks during a press conference at The Leonardo Wednesday April 17, 2013. A display including some of the Dead Sea Scrolls — the parchments that include the earliest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible — is coming to Salt Lake City. Some 20 scrolls, some of which date back to near the time of Christ, are part of an exhibit that will open on an as yet unspecified date in November at The Leonardo, downtown Salt Lake City’s art-and-technology museum, officials announced today.
  • (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
 Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert, Senate President Wayne Niederhauser,  and Speaker of the House Becky Lockhart, listen during a press conference at The Leonardo Wednesday April 17, 2013. A display including some of the Dead Sea Scrolls — the parchments that include the earliest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible — is coming to Salt Lake City. Some 20 scrolls, some of which date back to near the time of Christ, are part of an exhibit that will open on an as yet unspecified date in November at The Leonardo, downtown Salt Lake City’s art-and-technology museum, officials announced today.
  • (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Spencer Eccles speaks during a press conference at The Leonardo Wednesday April 17, 2013. A display including some of the Dead Sea Scrolls — the parchments that include the earliest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible — is coming to Salt Lake City. Some 20 scrolls, some of which date back to near the time of Christ, are part of an exhibit that will open on an as yet unspecified date in November at The Leonardo, downtown Salt Lake City’s art-and-technology museum, officials announced today.
  • (Matthew Peyton | Courtesy photo)  
Dead Sea Scrolls "Life And Faith In Biblical Times" at the Discovery Times Square as displayed by Running Subway Productions Oct. 26, 2011 in New York City. The exhibit is coming to The Leonardo in Salt Lake City in November.
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