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Author traces journey of `God's gold'

Says Temple icons hidden in W. Bank

By Matthew Kalman
Globe Correspondent / October 15, 2006

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MAR THEODOSIUS, West Bank -- Until today, the main claim to fame of this sleepy monastery, home to 10 nuns on the edge of the Judean wilderness in the West Bank, was the tradition that said the Three Wise Men slept in the caves here after visiting the infant Jesus Christ in Bethlehem. (Full article: 900 words)

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