For the first time in about 60 years, excavations by Israeli archaeologists have uncovered fragments of a biblical scroll, according to the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA). More than 20 bits of parchment were found after teams rappelled down 90 yards off a cliff into “the Cave of Horror” in the Judean Desert reserve’s Nahal Hever. [Read the Bible Gateway Blog post, Latest Biblical Archaeology Research] The IAA says the 2,000-year-old fragments are Greek translations of the Old Testament books of Zechariah and Nahum, and are radiocarbon-dated to the 2nd century AD. The name of God is written in Hebrew. Sign…