Dead Sea Scrolls - The Scrolls date from around 250 B.C. to 68 A.D. and were written in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek; they contain Biblical and apocryphal works, prayers and legal texts and sectarian documents. This priceless collection of ancient manuscripts is invaluable to our understanding of the history of Judaism, the development of the Hebrew Bible, and the beginnings of Christianity.
The Dead Sea Scrolls are a collection of 972 texts from the Hebrew Bible and extra-biblical documents found between 1947 and 1956 on the northwest shore of the Dead Sea, from which they derive their name. They were specifically located at Khirbet Qumran in the British Mandate for Palestine, in what is now known as the West Bank.
Discovered in a tomb at Ketef Hinnom (Israel), this text of the Torah was inscribed on a silver scroll in Paleo-Hebrew script dating before the Dead Sea Scrolls to the 7th Century B.C. (600 BCE). The Paleo text clearly shows the Qodesh Name of YaHuWaH in the "Aaronic Blessing" as shown here in English with "YaHuWaH" written in modern Hebrew text: