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World War I in the trenches.

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black soldier stationed in france during world war II.

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World War I British soldiers.

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In Flanders Fields...What a wonderful tribute. I love it.

LEST WE FORGET, Remembrance Day 2011 - 20 photos of then and now here in Fort William and Port Arthur.....

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"In Flanders Fields" a poem by Canadian Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, was inspired by the death of a friend during the Second Battle of Ypres. SMG

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In Flanders Fields by kruijffjes: In Flanders Fields is one of the most famous poems about World War I and was written by Canadien Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, a poet, physician, author, artist and soldier on May 3, 1915. I sang this in choir and it always deeply touched my heart

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Temple of El-Khazneh,The Treasury. Petra, Jordon. 1200 BC

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Seventy metal books found in cave in Jordan - They’re small “books,” but they could be one of the biggest finds in Christian history. 70 tiny, lead tablets, bound with wire, were found in the last five years in Jordan, and some say they could offer key details of the early church, the final years of Jesus’s life, and may even be referenced in the book of Revelation. In fact, they could even predate the writings of St. Paul. Hassan Saida with some of the artefacts that he says he inherited. 2010

Archeologist David Elkington heads Lead Tablets Discovery

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Books were discovered five years ago in a cave in a remote part of Jordan to which Christian refugees are known to have fled after the fall of Jerusalem in 70AD. Important documents from the same period have previously been found there.

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1. of 13. Ketef Hinnom - In 1979 Israeli archaeologists made a spectacular discovery. They found two silver scrolls in a burial cave in Jerusalem with Biblical tests recorded on them. The scrolls dated back to the time before the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem in 607 B.C.E.

Archaeological find: the priestly blessing of Numbers 6:24-26

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Qumran, site of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls

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THE TREASURE OF THE COPPER SCROLL Located to the west of the northern tip of the Dead Sea and near to the town of Kalya is the Qumran archaeological site. On a desert plateau carved by ravines are the caves where the famous Dead Sea Scrolls were initially discovered by bedouin in 1946.

Top Ten Lost Treasures of the World

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Original manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible, the ancient Dead Sea Scrolls, were discovered in the caves of Qumran.

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Biblical Archaeology Resources Dead Sea scrolls

Biblical Archaeology

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The Great Isaiah Scroll (Circa 100 BCE): The Great Isaiah Scroll is the best-preserved and the only nearly complete scroll in the cache of 220 biblical scrolls discovered in a cave in Qumran on the northwestern coast of the Dead Sea. It is one of the original seven scrolls discovered in Qumran in 1947. In September 2011 the entire Great Isaiah Scroll was published online as part of the The Digital Dead Sea Scrolls project sponsored by the Israel Museum's Shrine of the Book and Google...

The Great Isaiah Scroll, the Only Nearly Complete Biblical Book Surviving Among the Dead Sea Scrolls (Circa 100 BCE)

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Container housing some of the Dead Sea Scrolls Pot and the Copper Scroll

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The Dead Sea scroll

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On February 7th 1947, the Dead Sea Scrolls, which date from around 150 BC – AD 68, were discovered in some caves near the Jordan River. The 900 scrolls, which are made of leather and papyrus, make up three types of documents – texts from the Hebrew Bible, books from the Old Testament and documents including some poems and a book of community rules. They are considered of great religious and historical significance and are now kept in Jerusalem.

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President #1 George Washington

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John F. Kennedy

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John F. Kennedy's funeral, Arlington Cemetery, November 25, 1963.

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John F. Kennedy

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John F. Kennedy~

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John F. Kennedy's Casket in the Rotunda, Washington, DC, 1963

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Front Page From 1963 Covering The Day President Kennedy Was Assassinated

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