I'm not a regular contributer, but remembered this group had a lot of
great information and discussion on the James ossuary when that was a
Was wondering if anyone here knows anything on this:
Supposedly Peter's bones found in a grave in Jerusalem.
First I find the website source itself questionable (it is
antiCatholic), then in a quick read I see that the ossuary is only
marked "Simon bar Jona(h)" and not marked as being Peter which I
So is there any tradition (direct testimony) that Peter died and was
buried in Jerusalem? Is this 1953 find one that was long ago
dismissed with good reason? Any credence at all to this claim?