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The Second Temple Period Multimedia Educational Suite With An Appendix On The Ceramic And Numismatic Evidence For Qumran’s Period Ia

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This chapter focuses on the Multimedia Educational Suite, which is a program and database designed to meet the needs of educators, students and researchers of the Second Temple period. Its goal is to collate the major existing data in the field with new data created for the database and to make it easily accessible. It provides a number of different interfaces suited to the needs and various levels of ability of diverse users. Thus, the Educational Suite will help in the process of digitization and dissemination of Second Temple period research. The chapter also presents an appendix that examines the materials Roland de Vaux provided from Qumran in general and especially from the lowest stratified and coherent loci at the site which he understood to provide ample evidence to support a presence at Qumran during the second half of the second century B.C.E.

Keywords: Multimedia Educational Suite; Qumran; Second Temple period



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