A: Manhattan, New York, New York, United States, B: Gallarate, Lombardia, Italy
Roberto Busa & Paul Tasman Produce a Computerized Concordance of the Dead Sea Scrolls
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This press photo dated 1958 of Robert Busa comparing the text of the Dead Sea Scrolls with print-outs from the IBM 705 shows crop marks and white-outs from the publication process.
In 1958 Roberto Busa, of the Jesuit College of the Aloisianum in Gallarate, Italy, and Paul Tasman of IBM produced a computerized concordance of the Dead Sea Scrolls using an IBM 705 computer. This was one of the earliest completed digital humanities projects.