Dead Sea scrolls are manuscripts found in the Qumran Caves, which are located in the modern Israel.
The Dead Sea scrolls were first discovered in 1947 and the last bits of which having been found up to 1956.
They are believed to have been written somewhere between 150 BC and 68 AD.
Based on the content of these scrolls, they have been divided into two classes- Biblical and Non-biblical texts.
Most of these scrolls are written in Hebrew along with Aramaic, which was the common language of the Jews of Palestine.
Papyrus is the main writing base, although some scrolls are also written on parchment and one on copper as well.
The mystery of the scrolls of the Dead Sea is fascinating because of their content, their nature and place of discovery.
At present, these Dead Sea scrolls can be found in the Shrine of the Books museum in Jerusalem.