The beginning of Leviticus talks about burned animal offerings, but somehow we don't think this is what the writers had in mind.
Turned to charcoal in a blaze nearly 1,500 years ago, using groundbreaking digital reconstruction the scroll has finally been read and identified as biblical An ancient scroll that was crushed and burned in a blaze that engulfed an ...
The En-Gedi scroll, a text that includes part of the Book of Leviticus in the Hebrew Bible that was ravaged by fire about 1,400 years ago, is now readable, thanks to a complex digital analysis called "virtual unwrapping."
The scroll carries the writing of the Hebrew Bible's Book of Leviticus. Researchers were able to successfully unravel the 1700-year-old dead sea scroll using a digital analysis called "virtual unwrapping."
Researchers used a new kind of analysis to make a virtual image of a crumbling ancient scroll from Israel. Biblical scholars were able to read the re-created text, which is from Leviticus.