A scroll of the Ten Commandments is going on display for a short time in October:
ROM shalt not display it for longer than a weekDr. Hindy Najman is interviewed about the exhibition in the Jewish Tribune:
Fall showing set for copy of 10 Commandments
Aug 06, 2009 04:30 AM
Staff reporter (The Star)
It is older than the Declaration of Independence and the Magna Carta. It was written by hand before the printing press was invented. It is even thought to pre-date Jesus Christ by a few years.
For a single week, Torontonians will get a glimpse of one of the oldest copies of one of the most ancient sets of laws in existence.
The Royal Ontario Museum has scored the rights to add one of the earliest existing copies of the Ten Commandments to its Dead Sea Scrolls exhibition, the museum announced yesterday.
Similarities between ancient and modern Jewish communities evident at Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit U of [Sic]
Written by Atara Beck
Wednesday, 05 August 2009
TORONTO – The Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) “shows that Judaism was as varied in its prayer, its interpretations and its politics then as it is now,” stated Professor Hindy Najman, director of the Centre for Jewish Studies at University of Toronto (U of T) and a scholar of ancient Judaism.