The Dead Sea Scrolls tell at least part the story of the origins of the Bible, and of the lives of Christians and Jews more than 2000 years ago. Now, those ancient relics, found in the 1940's, have made their way to Denver’s Museum of Nature and Science. Risa Levitt Kohn, a professor at San Diego State University and a curator of the exhibit, gave Colorado Matters a backstage tour of the display, which runs through Sept. 3.
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