Zwinglius Redivivus

March 15, 2012

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

Filed under: Archaeology — Jim @ 11:08

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!

2 Comments

  1. 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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    Comment by bobcargill — March 15, 2012 @ 12:39

  2. […] 15th, 2012 by James F. McGrath TweetHere’s my round-up combining the latest from the blogosphere on two key archaeological topics that are featuring prominently in news and blogs: the Talpiot […]

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    Pingback by Round-Up: Talpiot Tomb and James Ossuary Latest « Exploring Our Matrix — March 15, 2012 @ 23:33


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