Dozens of fragments of a biblical scroll written in Greek from the Second Temple period and later have been uncovered in Israel Antiquities Authority excavations in the Judean Desert, the first such discovery in an archaeological dig for some 60 years. Joe Uziel, the antiquities authority’s Head of the Dead Sea Scrolls Unit, said the biblical text they found were different than the versions today and reveal a better understanding of the evolution of the bible. He spoke with reporter Arieh O’Sullivan.