Khirbet-qumran



[keer-bet koo m-rahn] /ˈkɪər bɛt ˈkʊm rɑn/

noun
1.
an archaeological site in W Jordan, near the NW coast of the Dead Sea: Dead Sea Scrolls found here 1947.
/ˈkɪəbɛt ˈkʊmrɑːn/
noun
1.
an archaeological site in NW Jordan, near the NW shore of the Dead Sea: includes the caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found

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