The controversy around the tomb of Jesus is becoming more fierce than ever, after a group of archaeologists found human bones and coffin inscriptions on ancient Jerusalem.
Words on the coffin lid means: "God Jehovah who, let's wake."
Experts use the robot arm to explore the crypt - Photo: UNCC
Using the robot arm camera was fitted, the archaeologists have unearthed the bones box inscribed in the tombs from the 1st century beneath a tower in Jerusalem.
They argue that this is evidence that has found the correct final resting place of Jesus. However, some scholars remain skeptical about the findings.
The inscription on the limestone carved up box is one of the jars remains, while another box painted fish sticks in your mouth shut, supposedly referring to the story of Jonah and the whale. This is one of the first stories of the Bible, according to the Daily Mail.
Place excavated a tomb which is said to be the family of Jesus about 60m, the source of numerous debates in scientific circles today after being found in the 1980s.
Excavation process was delayed after that before the protests from the Orthodox Christians. However, experts James Tabor of the University of North Carolina Simcha Jacobovici and filmmaker is determined to pursue the study, and finally the permission of the Israeli government to resume unfinished plans in 2010.