Two posts on the Talpiot Tomb “Jesus” inscription

There are two posts (both on the same blog) about the inscription on an ossuary that allegedly is the name of Jesus son of Joseph. The most recent and directly relevant on this inscription, with photos, is here; the other is here. These will be of interest to anyone trying to continue to follow the scholarly discussion of the Talpiot tomb, irrespective of one’s own conclusions.

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