Personally, I’ve never thought the thing was either ancient nor important.
By Ludvik A. Kjeldsberg and Årstein Justnes
[First published: 2 Sep 2019]
[N]ever have I imagined that an item of my collection would be published on the front page of the New York Times, would have more than a million search results in the internet, would be the subject of many articles and books, would be exhibited in museums, or would be the star of television movies.
David Jeselsohn, antiquities collector and owner of the Gabriel Stone, 2011
12 Dec – 12 Apr 2009
|The Birth of Christianity: A Jewish Story||Houston Museum of Natural Science (Houston, TX)||“The Birth of Christianity: A Jewish Story.”
Jeselsohn, “The Jeselsohn Stone: Discovery and Publication,” 7.
Karkabi, “Museum exhibit explores roots of Christianity.”
11 Dec – 6…
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