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Traditionally, biblical archaeology is the name given to the study of the archaeological aspects of the history of the Jewish and Christian churches as provided in the Judeo-Christian bible, including but not limited to the <A href="http://archaeology.about.com/od/biblicalarchaeology/ig/Dead-Sea-Scrolls/">Dead Sea Scrolls</A>. Near Eastern archaeology is the term that refers to the same region, but, since not all archaeology in the area is referred to in the Old or New Testament, covers a broader range of topics. 
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