NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 11, 1982
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REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Tel Aviv, Israel) Controversy surrounding archaeological find of remains of ancient Jewish warriors, believed to be those from 135 A.D., examined; opposition to recovery of skeletons, include criticism by chief rabbi Shlomo Goren explained. Films shown. [Archaeologist Magen BROSHI - notes example of find.] Reburial of bones today, attended by Prime Min. Menahem Begin and boycotted by many archaeologists, reported Films shown.
REPORTER: Paul Miller
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