Dead Sea Scrolls online available permanently

Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library is available permanently in the University of Helsinki network.

For the first time in history the texts and images of all the Dead Sea Scrolls – both Biblical texts and Non-Biblical texts – are available in their totality on the Internet.

The databases are based on the Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library CD-ROM, published by Brill and Brigham Young University. Both databases present a complete Hebrew transcription and English translation of texts, together with high-resolution images.

On trial until 18.9.2018: Dead Sea Scrolls online

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Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library  is available in the University of Helsinki network until the 18th September 2018.

For the first time in history the texts and images of all the Dead Sea Scrolls – both Biblical texts and Non-Biblical texts – are available in their totality on the Internet.

The databases are based on the Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library CD-ROM, published by Brill and Brigham Young University. Both databases present a complete Hebrew transcription and English translation of texts, together with high-resolution images. 

You can send feedback by e-mail: e-library@helsinki.fi

 

Library collections have moved from K2-floor in Kaisa House

The collections of Asian and African Studies, Classical Studies and Theology have been transferred from the floor K2 to the floor K3. New locations can now be found in the Helka database.

The 17 working spaces there will be available until June 30th 2016. After that date the K2 floor will no longer be a part of the library.

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Library collections move from K2-floor in Kaisa House

Large moves are being made on the K2 floor of the library as the collections are transferred to the K3 floor. The collections include Asian and African studies, classical studies and theology.K2-K3

The map application in Helka will be updated as soon as the change is ready. The customer service on the third floor will help with any questions.

By 30.6.2016 the K2 floor will no longer be a part of the library. The working spaces there will be moved to other floors.

We are sorry for any inconvenience caused by the move.