This undated photo released by the Israel Antiquities Authority shows an ancient charred scroll destroyed in a fire centuries ago. The 3D analysis is the first time experts say they have been able to read the text of an ancient scroll without having to physically open it.
This undated photo released by the Israel Antiquities Authority shows an ancient charred scroll destroyed in a fire centuries ago. The 3D analysis is the first time experts say they have been able to read the text of an ancient scroll without having to physically open it. Anonymous AP
This undated photo released by the Israel Antiquities Authority shows an ancient charred scroll destroyed in a fire centuries ago. The 3D analysis is the first time experts say they have been able to read the text of an ancient scroll without having to physically open it. Anonymous AP

University of Kentucky team’s scanning software deciphers ancient biblical scroll

September 21, 2016 3:52 PM