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Audio Interviews on the Way March 8

In the midst of seeing the sights here (and this place is like no other), I am getting soem interviews with principals on the tomb.

Update: click here for the interviews with Dr. Amos Kloner and Dr. Stephen Pfann.

Yesterday I got 30 minutes with Stephen Pfann, who helped identify the inscriptions on the special. Today I hope to interview Amos Kloner, who oversaw the original excavation of the site. I cannot hook up my computer directly herer yet. As soon as I can you will get access to these interviews.

In the midst of seeing the sights here (and this place is like no other), I am getting soem interviews with principals on the tomb.

Update: click here for the interviews with Dr. Amos Kloner and Dr. Stephen Pfann.

Yesterday I got 30 minutes with Stephen Pfann, who helped identify the inscriptions on the special. Today I hope to interview Amos Kloner, who oversaw the original excavation of the site. I cannot hook up my computer directly herer yet. As soon as I can you will get access to these interviews.

The most important thing Stephen mentioned to me is that 75 percent of the ossuaries only use 16 names. ALL those names are on the ossuaries of this tomb. So the combination is more common than the stats given on the show allow because of the name and nickname situation. But there also is more to come.

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