2.05.00 Dead Sea Scrolls (DSS) Additional Notes.

D.S.S: Notes 01: Seams

D.S.S: Notes 02: Lacunae

D.S.S: Notes 03: Rips and Tears in The Leather

D.S.S: Notes 04: The Seventeen Strips of Leather: that Make up the Scroll

D.S.S: Notes 05: Lines and Creases and Splitting not Due to Tearing on the Pages

D.S.S: Notes 06: Spelling Peculiarities that will be Encountered in the Qumran Manuscript

D.S.S: Notes 06.01: Waw Stands for Any Vowel

D.S.S: Notes 06.02: Waw and Yod are interchanged

D.S.S: Notes 06.03: Addition of Conjuntive Waw

D.S.S: Notes 06.04: Yod added to Feminine Suffixes and sufformatives

D.S.S: Notes 06.05: Yod is Added to Some Feminine Singular Nouns before 3ms Suffix.

D.S.S: Notes 06.06: Aleph and “He” endings added

D.S.S: Notes 07: Double “He” May Be 5th Stem

D.S.S: Notes 08: Aramaic Spelling

D.S.S: Notes 09: More than One Scribe

D.S.S: Notes 10: Editorial additions

D.S.S: Notes 10.01: Editorial marks

D.S.S: Notes 10.02: Horizontal strokes

D.S.S: Notes 10.03: A large X

D.S.S: Notes 10.04: The “Derby” Hat

D.S.S: Notes 10.05: Large O

D.S.S: Notes 10.06: There are three other Marks of unusual shape and interest

D.S.S: Notes 10.07: Unidentified Marks and Notations

D.S.S: Notes 11: Dots

D.S.S: Notes 11.01: The Use of Dots

D.S.S: Notes 11.02: The Most Unusual Dots in the Scroll

D.S.S: Notes 11.03: Incredibly Miniature Notations

D.S.S: Notes 12: Kituv and Qerey

D.S.S: Notes 13.01: Fingerprints

D.S.S: Notes 13.01: Fingerprints & Controversial Marks and Editings

D.S.S: Notes 13.02: Controversial Marks and Editings

D.S.S: Notes 14: Vowel Pointings Similar to Masoretic Points and Dagesh

D.S.S: Notes 15: Controversial Material