Archaeologists Found A 2,000-Year-Old Ring That May Have Belonged To The Man Who Crucified Jesus

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In the Palestinian West Bank near Bethlehem lies the ruins of an ancient palace. And it was there in 1969 that archaeologist Gideon Foerster discovered a ring – only to later leave it languishing. In 2018, however, closer inspection of the item led researchers in an incredible direction – and it went all the way to Pontius Pilate, the man who had ordered the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

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But before we get to the ring’s discovery in 1969, let’s travel back to Biblical times. As you probably know, the crucifixion of Jesus plays a central role in Christianity. In general terms, many people believe that Christ’s death made a relationship with God possible while also granting eternal life for his followers.

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