While the story of Jesus’s crucifixion and resurrection is a well-known fact in Christianity, the first tomb to be discovered in the tomb of Joseph was in Egypt.

The first tomb found was a tomb of the Egyptian pharaoh, and it was said to contain Jesus’s body.

Since then, many different versions of this story have been told.

The most common version is that Jesus was crucified on the third day of the week, which would be March 29, the day Joseph died.

A number of different people have claimed to have seen Jesus’s corpse on the ground on the same day, and there is even a version that says he was crucifying himself.

Other people have said that Joseph took his own life while he was on the second day of a new moon.

It is believed that Joseph died during the night and that his body eventually fell into the sea.

It was only after Jesus’s death that Joseph’s body was found and buried.

The tomb was excavated in a cave system that was found in the vicinity of the tomb and is believed to have been dug sometime in the mid-20th century.

The location of the first burial has not been officially confirmed by archaeologists.

A team of archaeologists, led by Professor Fadel Mardini, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, was the first to uncover the tomb in 2014.

They were assisted by a team from the University of Michigan, the University at Buffalo and the University in Cairo.

The team was led by Dr. Zvi Bar-Ilan, the director of the Center for Middle Eastern Archaeology and the director for the Israel Antiquities Authority, the body was identified as the tomb where Joseph was buried in the 4th century BC.

The burial site of Joseph, the Egyptian Pharaoh and Jesus’s burial In the second tomb of Jesus, the tomb was uncovered in the 3rd century AD.

This was the tomb that was first excavated during the excavations of the Temple Mount in the 1950s.

The archaeologists believe that this tomb is the tomb on which Jesus was found.

This tomb was discovered in a small cave system located in a mountain valley near the tomb.

There was also an inscription on the wall that said, “In the Valley of the Son of Man, in the cave of the Lord Jesus,” and it said, with another inscription on a large wall that read, “Here lies Joseph of Arimathea.”

The tomb contains a large coffin, and a portion of it is missing, as well as other parts of the original tomb that were excavated.

This is where the bones of Jesus and the cross of Jesus were found.

The skeleton of Joseph of arimataea was found buried in a coffin.

The bones of Joseph Joseph ofArimatiah were found buried with the body of Jesus in a large tomb.

The mummy of Joseph in the large tomb is wrapped in a shroud.

The sarcophagus of Joseph The sarcogae of Joseph were unearthed by the Israel Archeological Institute in Jerusalem.

The walls of the sarcophagi were made from an ancient wood.

The wood is believed by some archaeologists to be from the tomb, and was likely used to create the sarcoges.

It could be that the sarcogi were used to cover the body in order to protect it from the elements during the time of the burial.

The ancient tomb was also known as Joseph’s tomb, the site of the second burial, because of its proximity to the tomb the first one.

The second burial was the most significant discovery in Jesus’s life.

This discovery was made when archaeologists from the Israel Archaeological Institute were excavating a cave in the Valley for the construction of a mosque in the Dead Sea.

They discovered a skeleton of a man that was buried there.

The excavators took a plaster of Paris clay, which was used to make the burial shrouds, and placed it on the grave.

The plaster was then taken to the site and was examined by archaeologists who were conducting a field survey.

The skeletal remains of a person, which could be a woman, were found in a clay pot with the remains of the man.

It had been laid down in a burial shroud that was placed over the body.

The researchers were unable to identify the woman.

The identity of the woman was never revealed.

However, this discovery was not the only interesting find made by archaeologists from Israel.

In 2016, archaeologists from Jordan found the tomb with the tomb stones, which were the remains that were found at the second grave.

They said that it was a grave for the remains to be buried in.

However a team of specialists from the Jerusalem University of Antiquities, headed by Dr Shaul Shai, said that the tomb’s inscription on its walls and floor is from a third tomb, that of Joseph.

There is also another inscription that reads, “And here lie Jesus, son of Mary.”

According to the archaeologists, these tombstones were placed