This report claims that the “Tomb of St. Philip the Apostle [has been] Discovered in Turkey.”
What has actually been found is a Byzantine church which was built on the claimed site of the tomb of Philip. Whether it is the actual site of the tomb of Philip is a different question.
Once again, the media demonstrates its inability to accurately report on historical, archaeological and religious issues.
At Gat, along with a horned altar. See
Here’s a close-up photo.
Perhaps, but better described as a bell similar to those described as worn on the robes of the High Priest.
I wrote this before I left for London, and it was posted while I was gone.
I’ve been gone for three weeks during which I presented a paper in London, attended a conference, did some research, a bit of touring, and a visit to my most excellent grandchildren.