Latest Ossuaries Stories
--Geochemical comparison may prove "James ossuary" likely came from Israeli tomb containing cluster of New Testament names, according to Associated Producers JERUSALEM, April 14,
The archaeological examination by robotic camera of an intact first century tomb in Jerusalem has revealed a set of limestone Jewish ossuaries or "bone boxes" that are engraved with a rare Greek inscription and a unique iconographic image that the scholars involved identify as distinctly Christian.
Rare, detailed inscription is genuine, says a TAU researcher.
- An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
- A timorous, cowardly fellow.