[b-hebrew] translation of Los Lunas ten commandments?

Ted Walther ted at reactor-core.org
Wed Mar 26 01:11:36 EDT 2008

On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 07:26:11PM -0700, dwashbur at nyx.net wrote:
>I found this line curious:
>"...is convinced that the inscription is ancient and thus authentic."
>What precisely does "authentic" mean in such a context?

Alas, the author of those words died in 2002.  I guess he meant
"authentic" as in, the words were inscribed by a real Hebrew, not by a
prankster along the lines of Joseph Smith and his golden tablets. 

I would love to see a transliteration of the inscription into modern
Hebrew letters so I can compare it to the Hebrew bible.  Is anyone game?
How much would I have to pay?


>On 25 Mar 2008 at 17:43, Ted Walther wrote:
>> Hello.  I heard about the Los Lunas inscription of the ten commandments.
>> I see that nice photographs have been put up on the web. Here they are:
>> http://www.econ.ohio-state.edu/jhm/arch/loslunas.html
>Dave Washburn
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