EZEKIEL PLAQUES. A set of 66 stone tablets, allegedly from the prophet Ezekiel’s traditional tomb in Al-Kifl, Iraq, contains the entire Book of Ezekiel. Currently on display at the Ben-Zvi Institute in Jerusalem, this collection originally included two more tablets, which were inscribed with a version of Treatise of the Vessels but are now considered lost (see The Mystery of the Missing Plaques). Recent research suggests that the Ezekiel plaques—and, most likely, the two tablets inscribed with Massekhet Kelim—are modern forgeries, crafted in Syria in the early 20th century.