eBook A Door of Hope: My Search for the Treasures of the Copper Scroll download
by Vendyl Jones
Author: Vendyl Jones
Publisher: Lightcatcher Books; 1 edition (March 1, 2005)
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Vendyl Jones was a guy who pushed the archaeological envelope - which led to the discovery of the juglet for the Afarsimon oil and almost certainly the "ketoret" or incense used in the Temple service.
Vendyl Jones was a guy who pushed the archaeological envelope - which led to the discovery of the juglet for the Afarsimon oil and almost certainly the "ketoret" or incense used in the Temple service. A worthwhile read - if only for the backstory.
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In 1988 an excavation team led by Jones found a small Jerodian period jug in a cave near Qumran containing what was possibly balsamic oil, a type of oil which may have been used to anoint some Israelite kings. Jones stated that this was the original balm of Gilead. In it, Jones discusses his childhood, move to Israel and digs for archaeological artifacts.
An inscription on a mysterious Copper Scroll, found in the Qumran caves in Israel, has led Professor Vendyl Jones on a life-long quest to locate sacred treasures.
Using the Copper Scroll as a guide, Jones discovered a small vial of Persimmon Oil used to anoint kings and .
Using the Copper Scroll as a guide, Jones discovered a small vial of Persimmon Oil used to anoint kings and high priests and a large quantity of what he believed was Temple incense. Barfield met with Jones, now deceased, and discussed the scroll, taking up the challenge. Very quickly, he began to find results. When a young man, Barfield piloted helicopters in the US Army.
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With Josh Bernstein, Robert Feather, Vendyl Jones, P. Kyle McCarter . Decades ago, archaeologists found rolls of dusty manuscripts dating to the 1st century AD hidden in caves in Israel. Scholars believe the copper scroll is an inventory list of treasures from Jerusalem's Second Temple, and holds clues to their whereabouts. Plot Summary Plot Synopsis.
You can find an English translation of the Copper Scroll online
You can find an English translation of the Copper Scroll online. Most of the Dead Sea Scrolls are displayed at Israel Museum's Shrine of the Book in Jerusalem, while the Copper Scroll is displayed at the Jordan Museum in Amman.