what handles? these handles. and fish don’t have handles

Question: Why aren’t the following photos on the thejesusdiscovery.org website?

Answer: Because they reveal without any doubt that there are handles of the same size, shape, and location on both sides of the top rim of the Greek vessel. And fish don’t have handles.

The image inscribed on the front panel of Ossuary 6 from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Strangely, this image does NOT appear on the thejesusdiscovery.org website. Image courtesy Dr. James Tabor.

The image inscribed on the front panel of Ossuary 6 from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Strangely, this image does NOT appear on the thejesusdiscovery.org website. Image courtesy Dr. James Tabor.

The image inscribed on the front panel of Ossuary 6 from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Strangely, this image does NOT appear on the thejesusdiscovery.org website. Image courtesy Dr. James Tabor.

The image inscribed on the front panel of Ossuary 6 from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Strangely, this image does NOT appear on the thejesusdiscovery.org website. Image courtesy Dr. James Tabor.

The image inscribed on the front panel of Ossuary 6 from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Strangely, this image does NOT appear on the thejesusdiscovery.org website. Image courtesy Dr. James Tabor.

The image inscribed on the front panel of Ossuary 6 from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Strangely, this image does NOT appear on the thejesusdiscovery.org website. Image courtesy Dr. James Tabor.

The image inscribed on the front panel of Ossuary 6 from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Strangely, this image does NOT appear on the thejesusdiscovery.org website.  Image courtesy Dr. James Tabor

The image inscribed on the front panel of Ossuary 6 from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Strangely, this image does NOT appear on the thejesusdiscovery.org website. Image courtesy Dr. James Tabor.

The image inscribed on the front panel of Ossuary 6 from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Note the handle on the left side of the top of the vessel. Note also the digitally altered 'fish in the margins', where someone placed ink of the same color as the engraved areas into the image.

The image inscribed on the front panel of Ossuary 6 from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Note the handle on the left side of the top of the vessel. Note also the digitally altered 'fish in the margins', where someone placed ink of the same color as the engraved areas into the image.

An over/under comparison of an image of an inscribed on an ossuary from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Note the handles on the side of what Tabor and Jacobovici call a "half fish."

An over/under comparison of an image of an inscribed on an ossuary from the so-called "Patio tomb" in Talpiyot, Jerusalem. Note the handles on the side of what Tabor and Jacobovici call a "half fish."

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  1. […] what handles? these handles. and fish don’t have handles Share this:Like this:LikeBe the first to like this post. […]

  2. […] image on it, way back in 1981. See too the post about the article on Michael Heiser’s blog.Bob Cargill also offers further analysis not only of the image on the ossuary, but also the “digitally enhanced” version that featured in the documentary.ABC News […]

  3. […] the ways in which we can interpret a random set of lines at the bottom of a vessel (complete with handles). Side-by-side images of the bottom of the image inscribed on Ossuary 6 from the so-called […]

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