lunedì, aprile 04, 2011

Dell'Utri ve li compra facile

No, è una sola. Almeno per Peter Thonemann (Oxford).

"The only possible explanation is that the text on the bronze tablet was copied directly from the inscription in the museum at Amman by someone who did not understand the meaning of the text of the inscription, but was simply looking for a plausible-looking sequence of Greek letters to copy. He copied that sequence three times, in each case mixing up the letters alpha and lambda.

This particular bronze tablet is, therefore, a modern forgery, produced in Jordan within the last fifty years. I would stake my career on it".

1 commento:

  1. mmmh sembrava troppo perfetto

    un testo ebraico E cristiano allo stesso tempo