by Ed Simon
St. Josaphat is a particularly remarkable Roman Catholic saint, for he’s normally known by a rather different title – the Buddha.
SOURCE: New Historian
A Buddhist temple in Nanjing, China may have been harboring a major cultural artifact after archaeologists found what they say could be a skull fragment from Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha himself.
SOURCE: Huffington Post
The mummy is believed to be that of Liuquan, a Buddhist monk who died in China around 1,100 A.D.
SOURCE: The Verge
The Buddha was born in the 6th century B.C.
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