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Dead Sea Scrolls: How we accidentally discovered missing text - in Manchester

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Dead Sea Scrolls: How we accidentally discovered missing text - in Manchester. Taylor, Joan (Author). 2020. The Conversation.

Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/site

Harvard

Taylor, J, Dead Sea Scrolls: How we accidentally discovered missing text - in Manchester, 2020, Web publication/site, The Conversation. <https://theconversation.com/dead-sea-scrolls-how-we-accidentally-discovered-missing-text-in-manchester-138869>

APA

Taylor, J. (Author). (2020). Dead Sea Scrolls: How we accidentally discovered missing text - in Manchester. Web publication/site, The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/dead-sea-scrolls-how-we-accidentally-discovered-missing-text-in-manchester-138869

Vancouver

Taylor J (Author). Dead Sea Scrolls: How we accidentally discovered missing text - in Manchester The Conversation. 2020.

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Taylor, Joan (Author). / Dead Sea Scrolls: How we accidentally discovered missing text - in Manchester. [Web publication/site].

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