Talk: Preserving and Digitizing the Dead Sea Scrolls: Multi-Spectral Imaging one of Humanity’s Greatest Treasures

Date: 

Wednesday, May 8, 2013, 5:30pm

The Harvard Initiative for the Science of the Human Past and the Center for Jewish Studies invite you to this exciting talk:

“Preserving and Digitizing the Dead Sea Scrolls: Multi-Spectral Imaging one of Humanity’s Greatest Treasures,”

 By Pnina Shor, Head and Curator, Dead Sea Scrolls Projects, Israel Antiquities Authority and  Gregory Bearman, PhD, Israel Antiquities Authority Consultant for Imaging Technologies of the Dead Sea Scrolls

Hosted by Michael McCormick, Francis Goelet Professor of Medieval History, Chair, Steering Committee for the Science of the Human Past

Wednesday, May 8, 2013
CGIS (Center for Government and International Studies), S-010 Tsai Auditorium, 5:30 PM
1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, M.A.
Followed by reception in South Concourse outside the Tsai Auditorium

 Sponsored by the Harvard initiative for the Science of the Human Past and the Center for Jewish Studies at Harvard University

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