Archaeologists in Jerusalem dig up something disturbing.

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A description of the Talpiot neighborhood in Jerusalem.

A very clever music video, “Talpiot State of Mind,” found on YouTube.

Google Maps Street View in the Talpiot neighborhood.

A description of the Talpiot Tomb.

The website for the Ramat Rachel Archaeological Project.

Isaac Newton’s extensive description of Solomon’s Temple.

Proposed alternate locations of the Temple: Martin, Robertson.

An artist’s conception of Jerusalem in the 7th century BCE.

An extensive list of conspiracy theories.

A video of a ufo over Jerusalem in 2011.

An examination of the 2012 doomsday phenomenon.

John Evan Garvey's upcoming novel Secreta Corporis, the prequel to The Talpiot Find.
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Marc
Marc

Occupation: Grad student in archaeology

Residence: Los Angeles, USA

Ethnicity: French-American

Religion: Agnostic Atheism (cultural Christian)

Interests: Cosmology, big dogs, Wikipedia, roller coasters, the beach
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Jess
Jess

Occupation: Co-director of the Talpiot dig, one of Marc’s archaeology professors

Residence: Los Angeles, USA

Ethnicity: Jewish-American

Religion: Secular Judaism

Interests: Scuba diving, backpacking, Gregorian chant, American politics
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Kaliyah
Kaliyah

Occupation: Co-director of the Talpiot dig, archaeology professor

Residence: London, England

Ethnicity: Jordanian-English

Religion: Islam (lapsed)

Interests: American movies, English politics, French cuisine, Jordanian pastry
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Yakub
Yakub

Occupation: Undergrad student in archaeology

Residence: Jerusalem, Israel

Ethnicity: Israeli

Religion: Traditional Judaism

Interests: American television, Israeli crime novels, conspiracy theories, online chess, texting
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