I love a good prop or fake, but when one tries to sell the item as original, then that goes beyond a hoax and into the area of criminal fraud. When these appeared earlier in 2011 with a lot of press hoopla, I had strong suspicions about them being fake. Somehow, they just didn’t fit in with finds of that period, but I held my tongue while actual experts viewed the images since my Hebrew and Aramaic is pretty shaky. Most of the text was lifted from other sources and many of the images were as well.* Well, we can learn something even from counterfeits and fantasy objects.