First Century Crucifixion Nail Discovered

Saw this at Claude Mariottini’s blog today and thought I would pass it along. What makes this nail interesting is that it appears to be connected with the Knight’s Templar as a relic and is probably from the first century. These relics are usually pretty spurious but at least we get a clue as to what the nails were like that were used to crucify people in the first century. Click here for the rest of the story over at the UK Telegraph.

[Photo from the Telegraph]

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