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Title Dead Sea Treasure Map: Ep 2 / Director: Fowlie, Tom
Published Australia : SBS, 2016
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Summary In 1952, a team of archaeologists discovered a Copper scroll in a cave high above the Dead Sea. It was classified as a Dead Sea Scroll. But this was no biblical text, it was a treasure map and the riches it listed are estimated to be worth $3 billion dollars. Over half a century on from its discovery mystery still surrounds the ancient manuscript. Who wrote it, whose treasure it was, and if it's still out there are questions to be explored by experts on a tour of the Holy Land, to Egypt and to Rome, to solve the greatest treasure hunt ever set
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2016-06-12 at 19:35:00
Notes Classification: PG
Subject Archaeology and history.
Jews.
Dead Sea scrolls.
Treasure troves -- Maps.
Treasure-troves -- Folklore.
Middle East -- Dead Sea.
Form Streaming video
Author Fowlie, Tom, director
Bazeley, Mark, cast