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They knew the chances were near statistically impossible, but continued pursuit.
“He [Shimron] has made what I think is a huge discovery,” Jacobovici told The Jerusalem Post.Shimron and Jacobovici linked up on the project and began their search for more evidence.If the James Ossuary originated from the “Jesus Family tomb,” it was possible that the ossuary held the bones of Jesus’s brother.Shimron said that testing the patina, as Jacobovici did, was not enough to prove the scientific connection, as the surface of patinas could be contaminated.He scraped underneath the patinas of the box to get into the ossuary itself.
The case has already aroused international interest, after The Times devoted an Easter Sunday feature to the claims. James Tabor from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte said that scholars should take these kinds of findings as historical data.