Jerusalem police were investigating suspicions that an academic man and his aide were involved in the illegal sale of an ancient scroll worth around $1 million.
According to the allegations, the two purchased the scroll from Bedouins for $3,000.
They were accused of illegal dealing in antiquities, failure to report the find to the proper authorities, and illegal excavations.
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