The Great Isaiah Scroll is one of the original seven Dead Sea Scrolls discovered in Qumran in 1947. It is the best preserved of the scrolls, and is nearly complete.
At the Israel Museum's website, mousing over the Great Isaiah Scroll provides an English translation of the text.
The Temple scroll is the thinnest of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Discovered in 1956, it contains God's instructions on how to run the Temple.
Parts of the Temple Scroll are poorly preserved.
The War Scroll, also known as "The War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness," tells an end-of-days-style tale of a battle between good and evil.
The Community Rule Scroll is a sort of manual for life, from governing who joins the community to laying down rules about how to behave at communal meals.
Another view of the Community Rule Scroll. The scroll was found in 1947.
The Commentary on Habakkuk Scroll analyses the biblical book of the prophet Habakkuk.
The Dead Sea Scrolls were found in caves in Qumran, Israel. Shown here, Cave 1, where the Great Isaiah scroll was discovered, and Cave 2.