Bible Archaeology

Wikipedia: Jordan Lead Codices

Wikipedia already has a Jordan Lead Codices page:

That’s quick!

4 thoughts on “Wikipedia: Jordan Lead Codices

    1. The Israeli’s say they are fake, no one would know better than they would.

      At any rate, “Dr.” David Elkington, aka Paul Elkington IS a fake. He is not an archeologist or Egyptologist or anything else scholarly.

  1. The Books were orginally “discovered ” by a Bedouin from Shibli who worked with Hassan Saida. He bought them from a Jordanian Taxi Driver he was friendly with. Later the two Bedouins Paid vast sums of money to Elkington and Feather and the like to get the works authenticated. During this time not one of them tried to hand the works to any authority. On the contrary they obtained an export license under false pretences. ( the books already being in Europe) When a dead end was reached and not willing to hand over more money to the publicity seeking Elkington the Bedouins stopped all contact and hence his own campaign ” to do the right thing started” He was NEVER THREATENED! just IGNORED
    many serious far more discreet scholars have seen the works and the real finder and owner is more than happy to supply photos free of charge and to be interviewed.
    There is NO secret or conspiracy
    The books ( and there are not 70!) are made of ancient metal and what is of interest more than content is the fact they ARE ONE OF THE FIRST BOOKS TO BE PRINTE

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