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This AP Story says Martin Schoyen, has amassed one of the world\'s largest collections of ancient manuscripts, with an estimated value of up to 840 million kroner (dlrs 105 million).
The collection of more than 12,500 pieces spans five millennia. It includes parts of the Dead Sea Scrolls, ancient Buddhist writing rescued from the Taliban, ancient symbols used by Australia\'s Aborigines and even a signet ring used by Egyptian King Tutankhamen.