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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is contained in Research Facility 28-11. Research Facility 28-11 has been excavated from salt deposits one kilometer underground approximately twenty kilometers south of Site-28. Research and security personnel of Security Clearance 2 or below shall be housed permanently on site. Requests for leave must be cleared by the Site Director for Site-28.

Under no circumstances shall any form of non-human animal life be brought within 100 meters of SCP-XXXX. The entirety of Facility 28-11 shall be considered a Class 1 clean room and is to be regularly filtered, inspected and sterilized accordingly by maintenance teams housed on site. All personnel assigned to Facility 28-11 shall be thoroughly inspected for external and internal parasites before entry, and all supplies and food shall be inspected and sterilized. No further testing of animal exposure to SCP-XXXX is permitted at this time.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a series of parchment scrolls attached to crude wooden rollers. The scrolls appear to be two to three meters in length, but may be unrolled a seemingly unlimited distance in either direction without reaching any margins. Carbon dating has shown the scrolls to be at least █████ years of age, though the rollers have been found to date from the 10th Century CE. Both show signs of wear, but are remarkably well-preserved for their age. SCP-XXXX appears to be written in the language most familiar to the reader. Illiterate D-Class subjects exposed to SCP-XXXX instead described the text as a series of vivid illustrations of its subject matter. Photographs and video recordings of the scrolls do not demonstrate this property; when thusly examined, the text appears to have been written in an unknown script composed of small cuts in the parchment.

All text recorded from SCP-XXXX consists of a series of exhortations