Still Waters Posted February 6, 2022 #1 Share Posted February 6, 2022 (IP: Staff) · In December, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced the subaquatic discovery of a Roman-era gold ring bearing the image of a shepherd boy. The gold and blue-green gemstone ring was one of a few artifacts found in the excavations of two shipwrecks off the coast of Israel near the ancient port of Caesarea. The ring is significant, the IAA says, because the image was used by Christians to symbolize Jesus. But did the ring belong to a Christian at all? And if it did, what does that mean? https://uk.news.yahoo.com/does-ancient-ring-found-shipwreck-095945048.html Related: 6 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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