Crucifixion and Archaeology

J.L. Wall

J.L. Wall is a native Kentuckian in self-imposed exile to the Midwest, where he teaches writing to college students and over-analyzes Leonard Cohen lyrics.

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  1. Burt Likko says:

    The nails of a crucifixion were thought to have magical healing properties, and the wood used to make crucifixes and stakes for them were so valuable they had to be recycled. That’s quite interesting.Report