Where is the real tomb of Jesus?

Asked 2 years ago

The site of Jesus' tomb seems to be somewhat controversial. Does anyone know where the real tomb is?

Alejandro Petty

Sunday, February 27, 2022

Three different places have been said to be the tomb of Jesus.

1. The Garden Tomb (also called Gordon's Tomb because it was popularized by Charles Gordon in 1883.

2. The Talpiot Tomb: Ten Ossuaries were discovered here: one with the inscription "Marrieme," which is believed to be that of Mary Magdalene; the other two Ossuaries were identified as "Jude, the son of Jesus" and "Jesus, the son of Joseph." However, most scholars argue that these names were popular Hebrew names in ancient times.

3. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre: This is seen as the most widely accepted site of the tomb of Jesus Christ. There are many pieces of evidence to back it up. However, according to archaeologists, it is almost impossible to get the real site of Jesus' tomb. These are just suggested sites based on a few pieces of evidence, and there is nothing 100% concrete yet.

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