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One more nail in the Ossuary

One more nail in the Ossuary
The Third Princeton Symposium on Judaism and Christian Origins: Jewish Views of the After Life and Burial Practices in Second Temple Judaism: Evaluating the Talpiot Tomb in Contex… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/one-more-nail-ossuary/

Nuances of certitude

Nuances of certitude
Splitting some rather significant hairs In the film The Lost Tomb of Jesus Prof. Frank Moore Cross of Harvard University makes the following statement: "There’s an X here befo… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/nuances-certitude/

Other Yeshua‘s among the ossuaries

Other Yeshua‘s among the ossuaries
Other Yeshua‘s     Another Yeshua‘ bar Yehosef (CJO 9) CJO 9 is the second "Yeshua‘ bar Yehosef" in the CJO collection. However, this time there is no question mark ne… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/other-yeshuas-among-ossuaries/

What lies above?

What lies above?
What lies on the surface are two names with noticeable differences. The observation that the first name was written in a different style and by a different tool than the last … http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/what-lies-above/

Yeshua' (?)

Yeshua' (?)
Yeshua' (?): what do the experts say about the name (Cross, Naveh, Pfann, Puech, Rahmani, Yardeni et al.) 1) The yodh is difficult to identify. Neither stroke (see black stro… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/yeshua/

Problems with the "Yeshua (?) bar Yehosef" inscription

Problems with the "Yeshua (?) bar Yehosef" inscription
Original report to the IAA: In our preliminary report to the Israel Antiquities Authority, the so-called Jesus son of Joseph ossuary has mud, pressed deeply into the strokes of t… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/problems-yeshua-bar-yehosef-inscription/

Beth Shemesh

Beth Shemesh
On Thursday, June 21, 2007 our UHL technical staff visited the IAA storage facilities at Beth Shemesh to examine and photograph four of the inscribed ossuaries from the Talpiot Tom… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/beth-shemesh/

Another Jesus, son of Joseph? Surprising, but true statistics

Another Jesus, son of Joseph? Surprising, but true statistics
Many have led us to believe that the name "Jesus, son of Joseph" is unique or very rare   The Catalogue of Jewish Ossuaries lists two “Jesus son of Joseph” ossuaries (nos 9 and… http://www.uhl.ac/old/index.php/en/resources/blog/another-jesus-son-joseph-surprising-true-statistics/