James’ Ossuary found in Jerusalem

Early November, 2002 the world came to know of an ossuary (a stone box for holding the bones of a deceased person) which had the Aramaic inscription shown in the picture attachment (the cover of Nov/Dec 2002 issue of Bible Archaeology Review), and it says (transliteration) ‘Ya’akov bar Yosef akhui diYeshua’ which in current English is ‘James (Jacob), son of Joseph, brother of Jesus’.