Qumran Jar


The stock image “Qumran Jar” depicts an ancient ceramic vessel that was discovered in the 20th century in the archaeological site of Qumran, near the Dead Sea in Israel.

The Qumran Jar is believed to have been created by a community of Jews who lived in the Qumran area during the Second Temple period, between the 2nd century BCE and the 1st century CE. The jar was likely used for storing food or other provisions, and it is notable for its high level of craftsmanship and attention to detail.

The Qumran Jar is an important artifact that provides insight into the daily life and material culture of the ancient Jewish community at Qumran. It is also significant for its artistic and aesthetic value, showcasing the high level of skill and craftsmanship of ancient ceramicists. The stock image of the jar allows viewers to gain a deeper understanding of the cultural and historical context in which it was created.

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