This volume presents the collection of fragments thus far unrecorded which are contained in forty Palestine Archaeological Museum photographs. The publication of these fragments accompanied by brief notes reveals that even small fragments which have been hitherto disregarded can provide somenew Qumran words and forms. They enable scholars to add several biblical and non-biblical fragments to the corpus of fragments that warrants study. Some of these fragments originate from previously unknown compositions, while others belong to known texts. Furthermore, this volume will enable Qumranscholars to make additional identifications and to link the fragments with other known scrolls.