Robert Cargill Solves the Riddle of the ‘Jonah Ossuary’ Iconography

Here.  Another hole punched in the Tabor/Simcha theory.  Or if you prefer another metaphor, another nail in the coffin.

By the way, Robert is too humble.  His ‘suggestion’ is patently superior to the one put forth by the purveyors of the item.

UPDATE:  Steve Caruso adds some relevant insight- aspect!

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I am a Pastor, and Professor of Biblical Studies at Quartz Hill School of Theology as well as Adjunct at the Philippine Baptist Theological Seminary
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2 Responses to Robert Cargill Solves the Riddle of the ‘Jonah Ossuary’ Iconography

  1. bobcargill says:

    Steve makes a very good point: the flat line of the base is parallel with the border there for a while. He nailed it.

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