It was 1947, and the global cataclysm of World War II had ended less than 18 months earlier. Life around the world and in the Holy Land was slowly returning to normal.
For a young Bedouin shepherd from the Ta’amireh tribe, normalcy meant searching for strays along the northwestern rim of the Dead Sea. In one of the many caves dotting the mountainous terrain, instead of a wayward animal, he found 10 large clay lidded jars.
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