I'm interested in getting a copy of the Dead Sea Scrolls texts (preferably digital.) I'm basically looking for this, except the text of the Dead Sea Scrolls instead of the Masoretic. Pictures of the text wouldn't suffice for my purposes. Where might this be available?

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Yes. It is possible to view digital copies of some of the scrolls on this website, which is maintained by the Israel Antiquities Authority.

I don't know if they have all the scrolls yet, but I believe that they intend to have all of them up there, eventually.

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    I think he was asking for the TEXTS of the DSS, not pictures of the scrolls. As far as I know, there is no place online that lets you read those texts for free... Dec 15, 2014 at 20:21
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    @RebChaimHaQoton Maybe. I don't know if those exist anywhere. Not hearing back from the OP, I think this still answers the question as phrased.
    – MTL
    Dec 15, 2014 at 20:34
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    @RebChaimHaQoton -- that's correct. I'd like to study them in lieu of the Masoretic. Do you know if they are available in that capacity? Dec 16, 2014 at 15:03

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