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  • New film claims Jesus buried in Talpiot [Chief Archeologist says it's "nonsense"]

    02/26/2007 3:59:41 AM PST · by Mount Athos · 43 replies · 1,484+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | Feb. 25, 2007 | DAVID HOROVITZ
    The Israeli-born, Canadian-based filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici is reigniting claims, first made over a decade ago, that a burial cave uncovered 27 years ago in Talpiot, Jerusalem, is the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth and his family. [...] But Bar-Ilan University Prof. Amos Kloner, the Jerusalem District archeologist who officially oversaw the work at the tomb in 1980 and has published detailed findings on its contents, on Saturday night dismissed the claims. "It makes a great story for a TV film," he told The Jerusalem Post. "But it's impossible. It's nonsense." Kloner, who said he was interviewed for the new film...
  • Jesus’ burial site found - film claims

    02/23/2007 10:54:39 AM PST · by John Philoponus · 29 replies · 1,966+ views
    YNET NEWS ^ | 02.23.07 | Ariella Ringel-Hoffman
    Jesus’ burial site found - film claims New film documents discovery of Jerusalem cave containing ten caskets believed to hold remains of Jesus, Mary, Mary Magdalene and others Ariella Ringel-Hoffman Published: 02.23.07, 10:26 / Israel Culture The cave in which Jesus Christ was buried has been found in Jerusalem, claim the makers of a new documentary film. If it proves true, the discovery, which will be revealed at a press conference in New York Monday, could shake up the Christian world as one of the most significant archeological finds in history. The coffins which, according to the filmmakers held the...