Re: [XTalk] Ossuary damaged?
>From: Bob Schacht <bobschacht@...>k0111/Fron
>Subject: Re: [XTalk] Ossuary damaged?
>Date: 1, Nov 2002, 9:29 PM
>At 07:54 PM 11/1/2002 -0400, James Covey wrote:
>t/homeBN/breakingnewsNice one, Bob:)! For a touch more humor... check out the tabloids at the
>Now there's a fitting URL (note the "word" at the end.)
>Thanks for the links, James.
grocery store this week. The Weekly World News reports the discovery of
Jesus' Sandals;)! Wonder if they'll be on display in Toronto?
- Jack Kilmon asks:
>>The Ossuary has been damaged in shipping to Toronto. How in thepluperfect hell could that have happened?<<
Dan Rahimi, director of Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum's collections
management department, says the "ossuary is valued at about $2 million."* It
was almost certainly insured.
* http://www.kansas.com/mld/kansas/news/4423875.htm (link is thanks to
James Covey's post)
>> What did they do? Send it Fed-X?<<In the URL supplied above, Rahimi also said "the owner, a private collector
in Jerusalem, had packed and sent the ossuary to Toronto."
I wonder, though, whether the Paris based Andre Lemaire Art & Antiquities
Gallery** had any hand in the shipping? I didn't know that Lemaire has some
connection with the antique market. Or is the name a coincidence? I ask
because this apparent connection raised one of those little red flags -
Cleveland, Ohio, USA