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Gabriel Stone Exhibit at Israel Museum Renews Interest in Rare Tablet

In 2008, Hartman Senior Fellow Prof. Israel Knohl produced a translation of the partial inscription still visible on artifact

A new exhibit at the Israel Museum featuring the controversial "Gabriel Stone," has renewed interest in the 2,000-year-old tablet, which has ink writing on it.
Hartman Senior Research Fellow Prof. Israel Knohl has produced a book based on his translation of the wording on the stone. In 2008-2009, the stone and Knohl’s work made headlines around the world. See below for articles and videos on the Institute website on this fascinating subject.

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