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From Covent Garden
(by arrangement with the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. Ltd.)
See foot of page
ACT 1: On board King Marke's ship returning to Cornwall.


The Archaeological Evidence by Pere Roland de Vaux
Director of the French
Archaeological School in Jerusalem
Working under the auspices of the Department of Antiquities of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Pere de Vaux has been chiefly responsible for the excavations in the region where the Dead Sea Scrolls have been found. In his talk he gives some of the archaeological evidence that has a bearing on the dating and interpretation of the manuscripts. He refers to some of the opinions expressed recently by G. R. Driver , Cecil Roth , and J. R. Teicher , and by H. E del Medico.


Unknown: Pere Roland de Vaux
Unknown: G. R. Driver
Unknown: Cecil Roth
Unknown: J. R. Teicher
Unknown: H. E Del Medico.


ACT 2: In the garden of Marke's castle in Cornwall.


A topical programme on the arts, literature, and entertainment
A comment on The Hamlet of Stepney Green by Bernard Kops at the Play-house, Oxford; and on an exhibition ' The Training of Product Designers ' at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London.


Unknown: Bernard Kops


Act 3: In the ruined castle yard of Kareol m Brittany.

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