Jerusalem: DP – Archaeologist Rob Farfella today announced at a packed press conference that he and his team of international archaeologists working for the Bradbury Archaological Referendum have discovered a parchment in Jerusalem that may indeed be ancient and may contain a series of laws that may date to the 10th century BCE and which may show that maybe some of the laws in the Hebrew Bible may be related potentially to laws that may have originated in Egypt or maybe Babylonia.
Farfella went on to describe the location of the artifact’s extraction as maybe a controlled dig or maybe a shop in Jerusalem’s Old City. Photos of the artifact may be forthcoming, possibly and potentially, if the IAA gives the discoverers permission potentially.
Fortunately a photo of the image has been leaked by the excavation team:
The excavation team has dubbed this potentially important manuscript ‘Codex Farfellensis Imbecilicus’.
Reports from other sources indicate that there may be nothing at all to the claims being made in today’s presser by Farfella and BAR. ‘Skepticism is always appropriate when it comes to the announcements of the importance of such trinkets’ said Cindy Tubors of Harvard U.
Other scholars may weigh in, maybe, said Tubors as she wandered off from the press conference to imbibe at the local tavern and lament the death of archaeological seriousness.