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Tomb of St. Philip the apostle found?

Catholic World News - August 03, 2011

Archeologists working in Turkey have made the claim that they have found the tomb of St. Philip the apostle.

The tomb, discovered by an Italian team, is located near the ancient town of Hierapolis, where tradition says that St. Philip was martyred.

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  • Posted by: Hal - Aug. 03, 2011 5:54 PM ET USA

    Well thta's cool! Hope it turns out to be true!

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