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In this free eBook, find out whether several famous objects are actually fakes, how can they be tested, and whether they should even be studied by scholars.
Biblical Archaeology Review editor Hershel Shanks offers a detailed report on an important conference recently convened in Jerusalem to assess whether certain famous antiquities are fakes.
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Are several famous objects actually fakes? How can they be tested? And should they even be studied by scholars?
The Biblical Archaeology Society recently convened a conference in Jerusalem of leading scholars from all over the world to assess a number of well-known artifacts that had in recent years been labeled as forgeries. If these artifacts are in fact genuine, they would have a major impact on our knowledge of the Biblical world.
Biblical Archaeology Review editor Hershel Shanks offers a detailed report on this important conference in this free eBook. He introduces the participants and their specialties and explains how their various fields of expertise can help assess the genuineness of the artifacts.