Washington – A 1,000-year-old Hebrew Bible, which experts estimate was written in the 10th century in Tiberias, has been unveiled to the public at the Washington, DC-based Museum of the Bible.
Called the “Washington Pentateuch,” this is one of the oldest, intact Hebrew Bible manuscripts of our time. It contains the entire five books of the Torah and was held in a private collection for the last 40 years until it was acquired by the museum two years ago.
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