Stephen A. Reed - Back to the Cave: Find Sites Reconsidered
From Stein Arne Sordal on June 26th, 2020
Sources for photographs used in presentation of Stephen A. Reed on “Back to the Caves: Find Sites Reconsidered.”
Photographs of Cave 4, the Rockefeller Museum, and the room containing the fragments when I worked at the Rockefeller and the photo of James Davila working in the room were all taken by me or others using my camera.
Biblical Archaeological Society set of Dead Sea Scroll slides—map of sites of finds, old picture inside of Shrine of the Book, Bedouin finders of Cave 1 materials, Antiquities Dealer Kando, Scroll Urn.
Picture of Milik at top and Kando below was scanned from Judith Anne Brown, John Marco Allegro: The Maverick Of The Dead Sea Scrolls (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 2005), p. 47.
The photograph of J. T. Milik working with fragments is similar to plate 83 in John Allegro, The People of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Texts and Pictures (Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc. Garden City, New York, 1958), plate 83. See also Weston Fields, The Dead Sea Scrolls, p. 438.
The photographs of J. T. Milik and John Allegro (p. 212) and Najib Albina photographer at PAM (p. 258) were scanned from Weston Fields, The Dead Sea Scrolls: A Full History, Volume I, (Leiden: Brill, 2009), pp. 212, 258.
The photograph of Bruce Zuckerman and Reed viewing the Job Targum was scanned from Philip P. Davies, George J. Brooke, Philipp Calloway, The Complete World of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Thames and Hudson, 2002), p. 119.
Many of the photographs are from the PAM collection. The numbers of these photos usually are listed on the slides. Two that were not labeled are Scholar working on fragments upstairs with museum plates around him (PAM 41.829) and photograph with 19 glass plates with fragments (PAM 41.206). Many of the PAM photographs are available on the Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library page https://www.deadseascrolls.org.il/?locale=en_US but in other cases I have gotten copies through the Ancient Biblical Manuscript Center in Claremont California.