The authenticity of the book of Daniel proved by the Dead Sea Scrolls

by Giuseppe Guarino

In 1947, a young shepherd made the discovery of the century: in a cave near the Dead Sea he found a scroll. From that year on to 1956, eleven caves were discovered. They brought back to light hundreds of Old Testament manuscripts, along with a large number of other writings. Though not unanimously accepted, the writings were probably connected to the Jewish monastic, possibly Essenes, community which dwelt at Qumran. All agree in the fact that the caves were sealed and the site abandoned in 68 AD, and that the manuscripts in them could not have been written after that date. Continue reading “The authenticity of the book of Daniel proved by the Dead Sea Scrolls”

David Rohl, the Amarna letters and the new Chronology

Giuseppe Guarino


A new book has been just published by the Egyptologist and archeologist David Rohl: “EXODUS, MYTH OR HISTORY?” We can only hope to see it translated in Italian as soon as possible.

The picture of the cover of the book here to the left, has been taken from the website where you can buy the book and learn about the movie on the same topic, “Patterns of Evidence”, recently released in the United States. Continue reading “David Rohl, the Amarna letters and the new Chronology”