The Abba Cave, Crucifixion Nails, and the Last Hasmonean King

The mystery deepens…the plot thickens… Few have heard anything about the “Abba Cave,” discovered in 1971 in the north Jerusalem suburb of Givat Hamivtar–not far from the tomb of “Yehohanan,” the famous “crucified man,” discovered in 1968–about which much has been written. The Abba cave held the remains of another “crucified man,” with┬áthree nails–not just … Continue reading The Abba Cave, Crucifixion Nails, and the Last Hasmonean King