The main cemetery at Qumran is located 650 feet east of the site. Another small graveyard was found south of Wadi Qumran. See Roland de Vaux, “Fouilles de Khirbet Qumran, Le cimetiére,” Revue biblique 60 (1953), pp. 95–105, Revue biblique 61 (1954), pp. 207, Revue biblique 63 (1956), pp. 569–572, and Archaeology and the Dead Sea Scrolls (London, 1959), pp. 45–48. See also Jean-Baptiste Humbert and Alain Chambon, Fouilles de Khirbet Qumran et de Ain Feshka I, Novum Testamentum et Orbis Antiquus, Series Archaeologica 1 (1994), pp. 213–228, and the following: Rachel Hachlili, “Burial Practices at Qumran,” Revue de Qumran 62 (1993), pp. 247–264; Solomon H. Stekoll, “Preliminary Excavation Report in the Qumran Cemetery,” Revue de Qumran 23 (1968), pp. 323–336; Magen Broshi, “The Archaeology of Qumran—A Reconsideration,” in Devorah Dimant and Uzi Rappaport, eds., The Dead Sea Scrolls: Forty Years of Research, Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 10 (Leiden: Brill, 1992), pp. 111–113; and Zdzislaw J. Kapera, “Recent Research on the Qumran Cemetery,” The Qumran Chronicle 5 (1995), pp. 123–132, no. 2.