In the Irish Times, Ruadhán Mac Cormaic picks up[subs req] on the article, on Israel Insider, noted by Mick previously, on the discovery of the ancient Psalter in a peat bog and the Psalm that wasn’t, as clarified by the National Museum of Ireland.. although I’d suggest that the idea that the statement issued by the director of the National Museum, Dr Patrick Wallace, came “before it all got out of hand” seriously underestimates the speed of flow of information on the internet, through blogs and elsewhere.. as well as the number of tin-foil hat wearers out there.. Still, at least the Grauniad didn’t add to the conspiracy..
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