"Life, liberty, and property do not exist because men have made laws. On the contrary, it was the fact that life, liberty, and property existed beforehand that caused men to make laws in the first place."
-- Frederic Bastiat
It would be impossible to arrive at any conclusions. Ten ossuaries were found in the Talpiot tomb with six bearing epigraphs. It was also felt that the ossuaries could have been multi-generational ... with the bones of numerous deceased from different generations mixed up in each limestone container. Three skulls were found on the floor and crushed bones found on two burial shelves which could indicate that the tomb was disturbed in antiquity.
All of the names on the ossuaries were very common for the location and era. For instance, the Papyri Babatha 17 (120-130 CE) lists the names of a Jewish household in Maoza as Jesus, Simon, Mariame, Jacobus and Judah. These people had nothing to do with the New Testament or the Talpiot tomb. Examples like this fairly well discount any (name) uniqueness of the deceased in the Talpiot tomb.
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