Biblical Archeology has reported that the tomb of St. Phillip (the apostle) was found in an
excavation in Southwestern Turkey. “According to excavator Francesco D’Andria, Philip’s tomb has traditionally been associated with the martyrium church built at the site, though no evidence of the ancient burial was ever found.” Well, that was the case until recently. “Last month, however, D’Andria and his team located a smaller church less than 150 feet away from the martyrium that appears to contain the grave of the apostle.”

What are your thoughts about this claim? Do you think archeologists are quick to announce a discovery?

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