The Rings That Bound the Gold Plates Together

Title

The Rings That Bound the Gold Plates Together

Publication Type

Journal Article

Year of Publication

2006

Authors

Pagination

3-4

Volume

26

Issue

3

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Bibliographic Citation

Aston, Warren P. "The Rings That Bound the Gold Plates Together", Vol. 26. 2006:3-4.

Abstract

Eyewitnesses to the Book of Mormon plates described in consistent terms the rings that bound the gold plates into a single volume. The rings were three in number and apparently made of the same material as the plates themselves. While our attention naturally focuses on the plates and the translation of the text engraved upon them, the rings may offer another subtle but telling confirmation of the record’s ancient origin.
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Gold Plates

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