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Israel, Qumran - Scriptorium
L30. From the fill of this room (which came from a collapsed upper level) de Vaux recovered two inkwells and the remains of what appeared to be a long, narrow plastered table (about 480 cm x 40 cm). Another inkwell was found in an adjacent locus. He conjectured that L30 could have been the communityís Ďscriptoriumí, a room for copying manuscripts.
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