He was otherwise known as James the Just of Jerusalem, the first bishop of the church (see Acts 15 and Eusebius, Church History). The discovery of what may well be his ossuary, first announced by Biblical Archaeology Review in November/December 2002, is still being debated. For more on James, see Ben Witherington III, “Bringing James Out of the Shadows,” and Jerome Murphy-O’Connor, “Where Was James Buried?” in BR, June 2003.