The remains of thirty men buried in the area Cumran 2000 years ago, can shed light on the origin of the Kumranian chronicle, including the oldest text of the text of the Old Testament.
Scrolls of the Dead Sea, Or Kumranian Manuscripts, Find In The Caves of the Jewish Desert Since 1947. ANCIENT (Some of Them Are More Than 2,000) Documents Read and Studied; APPROXIMATELY 30% Of The Old Testament, The Rest – Apocrypha, Events Records and Laws. HOWEVER, THE QUESTION OF WHO CREATED THE SCROLLS STILL REMAINED OPEN. Three Dozen Burials Found In The Jewish Desert Near The Caves, Indirectly Confirm One Of Theories of the Origin of Documents Were Recorded and Kept by Members of the closed Male Community Osev.
On the West Bank of the Jordan River, In The Area of Kumran, Archaeologists Found 33 Burials. RADIO CARBON ANALYSIS SHOWED THAT HUMAN REMAINS OF 2200 YEARS; IT Coincides WITH THE DATING OF KUMRANIAN MANUSCRIPTS. Anthropologists Concluded That At Least 30 of the 33 People Buried in Kumran Were Men – The Structure of Pelvic Bones Says; Three More Skeletons Are Preserve Too Bad So That You Can Install The Floor. Age of Buried – From 20 to 50 years.
In Addition, The Re-Study of The Remains of Another 53 People, Also Found in Kumran, Found That Six of the Seven Buried People There Were Men, And Not Women, As Previously Thought. The Study of Anthropologists Indirectly Confirms The Dead Sea Created Members of the Dead Sea Created Members of the Jewish Sect Of Osinov (Esseev). Ossina Loved by Communities, Cultivated Land, The Recognized Only Common Property, Observed Celibacy and Theraefore Did Not Have Their Children, But Sometimes They Took in the Community.
According to Other Versions, The Kumran Documents Were Drawn Up with Artisans, Bedouins or Military. The Gender Composition of Buried in The Fact That Some Men Died in Old Age, And The Lack of Serious Injuries on the Bones, Which Could Be Obtained in the War, Speak in Favor of the Version of Ossin. However, it is impossible to unambiguously connect the burial with the authors of the Kumranian chronicles, the anthropologists are emphasized, since the data is not enough for this. Scientists hope that the analysis of DNA extracted from the bones will help accurately install the floor of buried in the Kumran cemetery. After analyzing and drawing up a detailed description of the remains of 33 people will be reburied in the Jewish desert – there, where historians discovered them.
On the results of excavations Archaeologists and anthropologists told At the Annual Conference of Schools of American Oriental Studies in Boston.