Since last November, the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC, has been home to 16 fragments of the famed Dead Sea Scrolls — or so it thought.
Museum officials revealed Monday that five of the pieces are actually fake and will no longer be displayed. They had discovered this though third-party analysis, using “leading-edge technology.”
History experts had long questioned the authenticity of the DSS pieces and conducted research to try and prove they were forgeries.
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