Sciences et Avenir magazine interviews me on the Dead Sea scrolls.
I answered questions about the use of new technologies to decipher fragmentary Dead Dea scrolls. I also explained why there was a 364-day calendar at Qumran, how it worked and what it meant for the study of ancient Judaism.
Here is the article:
Arnaud, Bernadette. “Un calendrier essénien décodé dans un manuscrit inédit de la mer Morte”. Sciences et avenir, 25/01/2018. [PDF]
I want to thank Bernadette Arnaud, who contacted me and wrote this article.