Item 12.01-0002 - Dr. Peter Flint, The Dead Seas Scrolls promotional poster.

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Dr. Peter Flint, The Dead Seas Scrolls promotional poster.

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  • 2012-2016 (Creation)

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1 poster : col., paper laminated mounted on foam core ; 16 x 24 inches

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Dr. Peter Flint was co-director of the Dead Seas Scrolls Institute at Trinity Western University and TWU professor of Religious Studies.

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Item is a poster promoting a TWU event hosted by Dr. Peter Flint on the Dead Seas Scrolls. The poster features a head shot of Dr. Flint on the mid left with an aerial photograph of Trinity Western’s Langley campus at the top. Under the head shot is a description of the talk, and the black text reads “Dr. Flint is the most prestigious and decorated Canadian researcher in his field, receiving the only government-funded $1.4 million Tier 1 Canadian Research Chair in Religious Studies. He is regularly featured in print, radio and television around the world, and has authored several books. Today, Dr. Flint will discuss the discovery of the Dead Seas Scrolls, how they came to be hidden, and the relevance of these ancient documents for the Christian Faith. This session is open to TWU guests only.” On the bottom right corner of the poster is TWU’s address, phone number and website domain with the university’s logo beside.

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The corners of the foam core poster are bent.

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The poster was taken by a Fuji X-A1 digital camera on a white background. A preservation file copy (TIFF) and the access copy (Jpeg) were created and the image was manipulated using Adobe Photoshop to crop the image.

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March 2024, tk

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  • Map cabinet: Map Cabinet, drawer 4