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Ossuary (bone box) in the family tomb of Nicanor, a Jewish door-maker. The Talmud claims he ended a storm by casting a door into the sea; it then washed up at his destination. Because of this miracle, his bronze gate on the Temple Mount was retained when others were gilded. 1st century CE, Jerusalem

Ossuary (bone box) in the family tomb of Nicanor, a Jewish door-maker. The Talmud claims he ended a storm by casting a door into the sea; it then washed up at his destination. Because of this miracle, his bronze gate on the Temple Mount was retained when others were gilded. 1st century CE, Jerusalem submitted by /u/DudeAbides101
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