Exhibitions Featuring Post-2002 Dead Sea Scrolls-like Fragments

By Ludvik A. Kjeldsberg

[First published: 27 May 2018]

Between 2002 and 2018, there have been more than 40 exhibitions of post-2002 Dead Sea Scrolls-like fragments, mostly in the United States, but also in Singapore, the Vatican, and in South America. The table below is an attempt to list all the exhibits that have featured post-2002 fragments.
It gives essensial information about dates, exhibition names, exhibited fragments, venues, and persons in charge.

 

A Map Featuring the Exhibitions

 

The Exhibitions

Joel Lampe

Dates Exhibit Post-2002 Dead Sea Scrolls-like Fragments Venue Person(s) in Charge Source
2003

15 Feb – 24 Mar

European Fine Art Fair According to Schutten, four frgs. were exhibited from 17 March.

Possibly Gen 13:1–3; “Genesis Midrash”; Isa 24:16–17(?) [X20] and 26:19–27:1 [X20]

The MECC (Maastricht, the Netherlands) Lee Biondi and Bruce Ferrini Schutten, “Dead Sea Scrolls in the Trade
2003

6 – 29 Apr

From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Forbidden Book “More than a dozen fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls […]”

It is not clear if any DSS frgs. was exhibited.

Center for the Arts (Murfreesboro, TN) Lee Biondi and William H. Noah Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit gets under way

Exhibition catalogue: Biondi, From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Forbidden Book

2003

28 Jun

Isa 26:19–27:1 [X20] South Fork Ranch (Dallas, TX) Lee Biondi and William H. Noah Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment Will Be Publicly Displayed Outside A Museum for the First Time Ever
2003

17 Jul

Isa 26:19–27:1 [X20] Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX) Lee Biondi Smith, “Seminary family gets rare glimpse at 2,200-year-old Dead Sea fragment
2003

5 Sep – 28 Dec

From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Forbidden Book Isa 26:19–27:1 [X20] Biblical Arts Center (Dallas, TX) Lee Biondi (exhibit coordinator) and William H. Noah (exhibit curator)

Esther and Hanan Eshel served as academic Advisors.

Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment Will Be Publicly Displayed Outside A Museum for the First Time Ever

Eshel and Eshel, “New Fragments from Qumran,” 134–35

2004

5 – 30 Jan

From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Forbidden Book Isa 26:19–27:1 [X20] Von Braun Civic Center (Huntsville, AL) Lee Biondi and Joel Lampe Butt, “The Dead Sea Scrolls—Seeing The Evidence Upclose
2004

16 Mar – 18 Apr

From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Forbidden Book “Genesis Midrash”; Isa 24:16–17(?) [X20]; 26:19–27:1 [X20] John S. Knight Center (Akron, OH) Lee Biondi and William H. Noah Wong, “Dead Sea Scrolls opens in Akron
2004

28 May – 20 Jun

The Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America Probably Gen 13:1–3; Exod 17:4–7 (DSS F.192); Ps 11:1–4 (DSS F.199); “4QInstruction” (DSS F.202), and “W17” Monroeville Expomart (Pittsburgh, PA) Craig Lampe, Lee Biondi, and Joel Lampe (Sr-Curator) Bartos, “Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit emphasizes Bible history

The Greatest Archeological Discovery comes to Pittsburgh!

Rodgers, “Dead Sea Scrolls ‘fragments’ on exhibit

Exhibition catalogue: Biondi, The Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America

2004

16 Jul – 22 Aug

The Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America Probably Gen 13:1–3; Exod 17:4–7 (DSS F.192); Ps 11:1–4 (DSS F.199); “4QInstruction” (DSS F.202), and “W17”

Note that Kalman lists nine frgs.

Adam Mark’s Hotel (Indianapolis, IN) Craig Lampe, Lee Biondi, and Joel Lampe The Greatest Archeological Discovery comes to Indianapolis!

Kalman, “Catalogue of Dead Sea Scroll Exhibitions 1949-

Rodgers, “Dead Sea Scrolls ‘fragments’ on exhibit

2004

27 Aug – 26 Sep

The Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America Probably Gen 13:1–3; Exod 17:4–7 (DSS F.192); Ps 11:1–4 (DSS F.199); “4QInstruction” (DSS F.202), and “W17”

Note that Kalman lists nine frgs.

Birch Run Expocenter (Owosso, MI) Craig Lampe, Lee Biondi, and Joel Lampe Jerome, “Scroll of history

Kalman, “Catalogue of Dead Sea Scroll Exhibitions 1949-

A Short List of Items to be Displayed

2004

Oct

The Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America Probably Gen 13:1–3; Exod 17:4–7 (DSS F.192); Ps 11:1–4 (DSS F.199); “4QInstruction” (DSS F.202), and “W17”

Note that Kalman lists nine frgs.

Concord Mall (Elkhart, IN) Craig Lampe (co-curator), Lee Biondi (co-curator), and Joel Lampe Kalman, “Catalogue of Dead Sea Scroll Exhibitions 1949-

Harm, “Dead Sea Scrolls on display in Elkhart for tour

2005

14 Jan – 10 Apr

The Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America Probably Gen 13:1–3; Exod 17:4–7 (DSS F.192); Ps 11:1–4 (DSS F.199); “4QInstruction” (DSS F.202), and “W17”

According to Adams, 11 DSS frgs. were exhibited.

Providence Place (High Point, NC) Craig Lampe (owner and curator), Lee Biondi (curator), Joel Lampe (curator), and Thom Miller (director of security and set designer) Adams, “The Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America

Allen, “Exhibit traces Bible’s history

Burchette, “Ex-mobster’s ministry overcomes his dark past

Coming soon to High Point, North Carolina

2005

5 Feb – 1 May

Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to the English Bible “Genesis Midrash”; Deut 23:3–4; Isa 24:16–17 [X20]; 26:19–27:1 [X20]; Jer 48:29–31 (DSS F.156). Knoxville Convention Center (Knoxville, TN) William H. Noah (curator) and Dillon Poss (exhibit manager) Guinn, “Bible exhibit extends stay in Knoxville

Exhibition catalogue: Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to the English Bible

2005

27 Apr – 1 Jun

The Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America Probably Gen 13:1–3; Exod 17:4–7 (DSS F.192); Ps 11:1–4 (DSS F.199); “4QInstruction” (DSS F.202), and “W17”

According to Adams, 11 DSS frgs. were exhibited.

(Paducah, KY) Craig Lampe, Lee Biondi (curator), and Joel Lampe (curator) Adams, “The Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America

Coming soon to Paducah, Kentucky

Davila, “Some Criticism of the Ink & Blood Exhibition, which Opens Today in Lexington, Kentucky

2005

24 Jun – 31 Aug

Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to the English Bible “Genesis Midrash”; Deut 23:3–4; Isa 24:16–17 [X20]; 26:19–27:1 [X20], and Jer 48:29–31 (DSS F.156) Lexington Center (Lexington, KY) Lee Biondi (curator) and Joel Lampe (curator) Ink & Blood, “Final Lexington Weekend Hosts History of the Bible Lecture
2006

13 Jan – 13 May

Ink & Blood: Sacred Treasures of the Bible “Genesis Midrash”; Deut 23:3–4; Isa 24:16–17 [X20]; 26:19–27:1 [X20], and Jer 48:29–31 (DSS F.156) Florida International Museum (St. Petersburg, FL) Media Alert
2006

26 May – 27 Sep

Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to the English Bible “Genesis Midrash”; Deut 23:3–4; Isa 24:16–17 [X20]; 26:19–27:1 [X20], and Jer 48:29–31 (DSS F.156) Museum of Arts & Sciences (Daytona Beach, Florida) Current Exhibitions
2007

16 Feb – 28 May

Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to the English Bible “Genesis Midrash”; Deut 23:3–4; Isa 24:16–17 [X20]; 26:19–27:1 [X20], and Jer 48:29–31 (DSS F.156) Museum of Idaho (Idaho Falls, ID) Wood, “Ink & Blood, Dr. William Noah

The Museum of Idaho Presents Dead Sea Scrolls to the English Bible

2007

1 Jun – 3 Sep

Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to the King James Bible “Genesis Midrash”; Deut 23:3–4; Isa 24:16–17 [X20]; 26:19–27:1 [X20], and Jer 48:29–31 (DSS F.156) Museum of Idaho (Idaho Falls, ID) Ink & Blood Re-Opens Tomorrow, Museum of Idaho Exhibit Runs From June 1 through September 3

The Museum of Idaho Presents Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to the King James Bible

2007

20 – 22 Jun

Dead Sea Scrolls and Ancient Material Possibly two “W” fragments. Church Of Acts (Indianapolis, IN) Thom Miller and his Special Visit Ministry. June 20 – 22 our complete Exhibit was presented at
Church Of Acts, Indianapolis, Indiana
2007

11 Aug

Dead Sea Scrolls and Ancient Material Possibly two “W” fragments. Suncoast Cathedral (St. Petersburg, FL) Thom Miller and his Special Visit Ministry. Johnson, “Ancient items, modern wonder: A display includes pieces of the Dead Sea Scrolls
2007

7 – 15 Oct

Dead Sea Scrolls and Ancient Material Possibly two “W” fragments. Suncoast Cathedral (St. Petersburg, FL) Thom Miller and his Special Visit Ministry. Johnson, “Ancient items, modern wonder: A display includes pieces of the Dead Sea Scrolls
2009 Deut 27:4–6 (DSS F.154) “[…] a Church in Peoria, Arizona” Legacy Ministries International Hoff, “Discovery and Scholarship
2009

Feb – Jun

Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to Gutenberg “Genesis Midrash”; Deut 23:3–4; Isa 24:16–17 [X20], and Jer 48:29–31 (DSS F.156) Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts, Gadsden (Alabama) Ink & Blood, “Hardin Center to Exhibit First Book Printed on American Soil as Part of Independence Day Celebration
2009

28 Aug – 20 Sep

The Dead Sea Scrolls & the Ancient World Gen 13:1–3; Exod 17:4–7 (DSS F.192); Ps 11:1–4 (DSS F.199), and “4QInstruction” (DSS F.202) The Arts House (Singapore) enirevlow, “The Dead Sea Scrolls & the Ancient World (An Exhibition) Trailer
2010

17 Feb – 4 Mar

Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to Gutenberg “Genesis Midrash”; Deut 23:3–4; Isa 24:16–17 [X20], and Jer 48:29–31 (DSS F.156) Pope John Paul II High School (Hendersonville, TN)
2010

8 Apr – 15 May

From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America Exod 18:6–8 (DSS F.151); Lev 10:4–7 (DSS F.152); Deut 8:2–5 (DSS F.153); 27:4–6 (DSS F.154), and Dan 5:13–16 (DSS F.155) Bayside Church Granite Bay Campus (Rosevill, CA) Lee Biondi Davila, “Azusa Pacific DSS fragments to go on display in local Church

Exhibition catalogue: Biondi, From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Bible in America

2010

21 May – 31 Jul; 1 – 29 Aug

Treasures of the Bible: The Dead Sea Scrolls and Beyond Exod 18:6–8 (DSS F.151); Lev 10:4–7 (DSS F.152); Deut 8:2–5 (DSS F.153); 27:4–6 (DSS F.154), and Dan 5:13–16 (DSS F.155) Azusa Pacific University (Azusa, CA) William Yarchin, Russell Duke, Thomas F. Andrews, Robert Duke, and Timothy D. Finlay Exhibition catalogue: Yarchin, Treasures of the Bible
2010

20 Oct – 30 Nov

Origins Seven “W” fragments. Among them one biblical, possible from Exodus. 449 West Parks Highway (Wasilla, AL) Joel Lampe (curator) Exhibit Guide (New Items Added Regularly)

McKee, “‘Origins — The Museum’ is a giant step back in time

2011

27 Jan – May

Bible in English “Among the many objects on display will be fragments from the Dead Sea Scrolls ca. 200 B.C. […]” Ps 11:1–4 (DSS F.199) was probably one of them. Gerber Academic Building at Ashland Theological Seminary (Ashland, OH) Ashland Theological Seminary to Celebrate Anniversary of the King James Bible
2011

7 – 9 Apr

400th Anniversary: The King James Bible and the World it Made Gen 31:23–25?, 32:3–6 (DSS F.191) Baylor University (Waco, TX) Scott Caroll (director of the Green Collection) Mardirosian, “Exhibit celebrates 400 years of famous Bible text

LeBlanc, “Rare, priceless Bibles on display at Baylor

2011

16 May – 16 Oct

Passages Gen 31:23–25?, 32:3–6 (DSS F.191) Oklahoma City Museum of Art (Oklahoma City, OK) Scott Caroll (director of the Green Collection) Davila, “OKC “Passages” exhibition Dead Sea Scroll

McDonnel, “‘Passages’ opens today at Oklahoma City Museum of Art

2011

19 Nov – 30 Jun 2012

Passages Gen 31:23–25?, 32:3–6 (DSS F.191) Perimeter Expo Center (Atlanta, GA) Scott Caroll (director of the Green Collection) A Worldwide Traveling Exhibition Featuring Selections from the World’s Largest Private Collection of Rare Biblical Texts and Artifacts

Bonn, “Passages Interactive Bible – Exhibits

2012

3 Feb – 9 Sep

Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to Gutenberg “Genesis Midrash”; Deut 23:3–4; Isa 24:16–17 [X20], and Jer 48:29–31 (DSS F.156) Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center (Anaheim, CA) William H. Noah (founder and chief curator) and Rusty Maisel (associate curator) Deffner, “’Blood & Ink’ keeps its promise
2012

2 Jul – 13 Jan

Dead Sea Scrolls & the Bible: Ancient Artefacts, Timeless Treasures From SWBTS: Exod 23:8–10 (DSS F.161); Lev 20:24, 18:28–30 (DSS F.162); Deut 9:25–10:1 (DSS F.163); 12:11–14 (DSS F.164); 1 Kgs 13:20–22 (DSS F.170); Ps 22:4, 6–9, 11–13 (DSS F.165); Dan 6:22–24(DSS F.166); 7:18–19 (DSS F.167), and Unidentified (DSS F.168).

From William Kando: Amos 7:17–8:1 (DSS F.181); Isa 28:23–29; Gen 33:19–34:2;
1 Kgs 13:20–22, and Joel 4:9–10.

From The Green Collection: Num 8:3–5 (DSS F.194); Neh 2:13–16 (DSS F.201); Jer 23:6–9 (DSS F.195); Ezek 28:22 (DSS F.196); Dan 10:18–20 (DSS F.200), and Jona 4:2–5 (DSS F.197).

Frgs. from Hebrew University were also exhibited.

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX) Weston W. Fields (guest-curator), Heather Reichstadt, Gila Hurvitz (contributing curator for Hebrew University’s Institute for Archaeology), Charles D. Tandy (resident curator), and Bruce McCoy (director of the Exhibition) Exhibition catalogue: Loveless and Loveless, Dead Sea Scrolls and The Bible: Ancient Artifacts, Timeless Treasures
2012

12 Sep – 30 Mar 2013

Passages Gen 31:23–25?, 32:3–6 (DSS F.191) 8405 IBM Drive (Charlotte, NC) Wilson, “Exhibit’s rare artifacts help tell story of the Bible
2013 Amos 7:17–8:1 (DSS F.181) Lanier Theological Library (Houston, TX) Mark W. Lanier Original Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment
2013

Spring – 1 Feb 2014

Passages Gen 31:23–25?, 32:3–6 (DSS F.191) 3979 Palmer Park Boulevard (Colorado Springs, CO)
2014

2 Apr – 22 Jun

Verbum Domini II Unknown Braccio di Carlo Magno museum (Vatican) Global Exhibits
2014

12 Apr – 3 Jan 2015

Passages Gen 31:23–25?, 32:3–6 (DSS F.191) 3534 E. Sunshine St (Springfield, MO)
2015

3 Mar – 2 Apr 2016

Passages Gen 31:23–25?, 32:3–6 (DSS F.191) 26565 Bouquet canyon rd (Santa Clarita, CA)
2015

11 Jul – 1 Aug

Los Destacados de la Museum Collections “Objects range from ancient artifacts from the time of Abraham to Dead Sea Scroll fragments, biblical papyri and manuscripts, Torah scrolls, and rare printed Bibles.” (Buenos Aires, Argentina) Global Exhibits
2015

21 Sep – 29 Sep

Verbum Domini II Unknown (Philadelphia, PA) Burdo, “Rare biblical artifacts coming to Pa. Convention Center

Global Exhibits

O’Reilly, “Exhibit of historic bibles, artifacts to precede pope’s visit

2017

Apr – Sep

Unser Buch Exhibit Unknown (Augsburg and Wittenberg, Germany) Global Exhibits
2017

17 Nov –

Gen 31:23–25?, 32:3–6 (DSS F.191); Exod 17:4–7 (DSS F.192); Lev 23:4(?) (DSS F.193); Num 8:3–5 (DSS F.194); Neh 2:13–16 (DSS F.201); Ps 11:1–4 (DSS F.199); Jer 23:6–9 (DSS F.195); Ezek 28:22 (DSS F.196); Dan 10:18–20 (DSS F.200); Jona 4:2–5 (DSS F.197); Mic 1:4–6 (DSS F.198), and “= 4Q418 ii 4–5” (DSS F.202) Museum of the Bible (Washington, DC) Provenance

Note. “Ink & Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls to Gutenberg” has announced new exhibitions from 2020. For a list covering Dead Sea Scrolls exhibitions before 2003, see Jason Kalman’s a, “Catalogue of Dead Sea Scroll Exhibitions 1949-.” The Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature is keeping an eye on future Dead Sea Scrolls exhibitions, see “Exhibits.”

 

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