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The Marzeah Papyrus is an inscribed strip of papyrus that is claimed to be the oldest known Hebrew manuscript in the world, allegedly from the 7th century BCE. The document appeared in the antiquities market in 1990.
- pipermail/anenews/2005-March/003758.htm Christopher A. Rollston claim of probable forgery
- And NOW… the Real Story Behind the Marzeah Papyrus
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