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A journey through the dry Jordan Valley in the Judean desert, which enables us to reconstruct how the “Dead Sea Sect” lived, worked, and studied here at Qumran between the end of the 2nd century BCE through the time of the first Jewish Revolt in the 1st century (66–70) CE.
The Ancient Library of Qumran
The Ancient Library of Qumran and Modern Scholarship, an Exhibit at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC
"A Living Library of Jewish Texts" - find commentaries, connections and translations across this free, ever-growing library of texts.
A brief history, commentary and study, role in Judaism, translations, and more.
The Babylonian Talmud
The history of the Talmud, 1918, 2 volumes.
Babylonian Talmud at the British Library
"An exceptionally rare item: a treasured medieval Jewish text, known as the Talmud, that somehow escaped the public burnings suffered by most of the other Jewish law books at the time. Fortunately, it has survived unmutilated and uncensored." A digitized copy (223 images) is available as well as related articles.