I wish they would have given more details to the various finds or how to learn more!
Inscription by Pontius Pilate
It wasn't long ago when many scholars were questioning the actual existence of a Roman Governor with the name Pontius Pilate, the procurator who ordered Jesus' crucifixion. In June 1961 Italian archaeologists led by Dr. Frova were excavating an ancient Roman amphitheatre near Caesarea-on-the-Sea (Maritima) and uncovered this interesting limestone block. On the face is a monumental inscription which is part of a larger dedication to Tiberius Caesar which clearly says that it was from "Pontius Pilate, Prefect of Judea."
I'm a subscriber to Biblical Archaeology Review. The story of the James Ossuary seems like something out of fiction. I love archaeology but unfortunately it sometimes has political consequences.
The following links to Biblical Archaeology Review's list of ossuary articles.