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The boxes include a pair of ossuaries believed to contain the remains of two noblemen who lived in Jerusalem some 2,000 years ago.Some are engraved with designs and even names, giving clues to their origin and contents. The boxes contain bone fragments and remnants of what experts say is pottery buried with the deceased. When they investigated, they found four people involved in an exchange of the boxes.Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the Jordan Caps Images

11 ancient burial boxes recovered in Israel

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made pilgrimages from far and wide, bringing with them commerce and traffic on religious holidays.According to common Jewish burial practices of the time, the deceased were not buried but laid out in a cave for one year. Afterward, the bones were gathered and stored in the special boxes."It's kind of like where the deceased go to retire," said Stephen Pfann, president of the University of the Holy Land. Pfann noted that the use of these burial boxes developed at the time partly because of the difficulty of drilling directly into Jerusalem's hard bedrock.Some of the newly recovered boxes feature elaborate engravings, indicating wealth and a high social status of the deceased."It was an expense to cut a tomb at all," said Pfann. "It definitely took a certain amount of wealth."The boxes are not especially rare."We can learn from each ossuary about a different aspect of language, art and burial practice," he said. "And we can learn about the soul of the person."Two were inscribed in Hebrew with names "Yoezer" and "Ralphine." Klein said that he hoped to learn more about the identity of the deceased through future research.Klein estimated the value of the boxes to be in the thousands of dollars.In the past, allegations of forgery have been made over certain ossuaries and their inscriptions.In one of the most famous cases, doubts still linger over a 10 year forgery investigation Chicago White Sox Hats into the origins of an ossuary claimed to be inscribed with a reference to Jesus Christ. The case was closed in 2012 with no one convicted of forgery.

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boxes were "stolen from a cave" near Jerusalem with the intent of being sold to collectors. The exchange involved an Israeli and a Palestinian seller attempting to make the sale to an Israeli customer, he said.According to Israeli antiquities law, all antiquities discovered by the public are considered property of the state. that included the reign of King Herod, who built some of the most famous sites in Jerusalem and the Holy Land, and the time of Jesus.Not unlike today, the Jerusalem of the time was a place of strong religious Adidas Cap Snapback

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