MAKE YOUR OWN CHINESE SCROLL
- Piecing together the past. Ulrich, Eugene; Vanderkam, James // Humanities;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p14
Focuses on the Dead Sea scrolls. Preservation of the scrolls; Manner of retrieval of the scrolls; Identification of the fragments; Conservation of books. INSET: Digitizing the images..
- Rare Buddhist writings. Berkowitz, Mark // Archaeology;Sep/Oct96, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p24
Focuses on the discovery of a collection of first century A.D. birch-bark scrolls found in pottery jars from the ancient Buddhist kingdom of Gandhara in northern Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan. Additional knowledge on the teachings of Sarvastivadin Buddhism.
- The Illustrated Torah. // B'nai Zion Voice;Jan2013, p2
The article offers information on The Illustrated Torah scroll, available in Chattanooga, Tennessee in January 2013.
- New spin: Scroll air compressors. Schaffer, Robert // Appliance Manufacturer;Jun97, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p64
Details the evolution of scroll concept dating back to early 19th Century. Progress of air-compressing scrolls machines; Advantages and disadvantages of using scrolls for compressors; Characteristics of cost-effective scroll compressors. INSETS: How scrolls work.;Innovations..
- NJ scribe joins other women in writing a Torah. Fishkoff, Sue // New Jersey Jewish News;10/21/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 42, p22
The article focuses on the writing of a Torah scroll by women in New Jersey.
- Divine architecture. Mitchell, Emily // Time International (South Pacific Edition);07/08/96, Issue 28, p78
Focuses on the discovery of an Islamic architectural scroll. Details on designs included in the scroll; Origin of the scroll.
- Religious fragments. Marty, Martin E. // Christian Century;8/16/95, Vol. 112 Issue 24, p799
Presents a translation and commentary on the Miqsat Ma'ase Ha-Torah, a Dead Sea scroll over which scholars fought for rights of access and translation.
- Cutler Street Shul welcomes new scroll. // New Jersey Jewish News;9/19/2013, Vol. 67 Issue 38, p14
The article reports that Congregation Ahavath Israel which is known as cultural street shull for children and adults has welcomed a new Torah scroll, a Jewish tradition on the streets of Morristown , New Jersey with music and dancing on August 25, 2013.
- Making a Chinese scroll. Wills, Susan // Spider;Aug96, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p30
Presents an activity for children which involves making a Chinese scroll. Materials; Procedure.