free ebookReal or Fake? A Special Report

Real or Fake? A Special Report

Are several famous objects actually fakes? How can they be tested? And should they even be studied by scholars?

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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 has written a detailed report on this important conference. He introduces the participants and their specialties and explains how their various fields of expertise can help assess the genuineness of the artifacts.



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