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By David Hendee World-Herald News Service | Posted 4 days ago
OGALLALA — One of Nebraska’s largest farm and ranch operations fetched $37,555,000 in bids at auction Thursday.
The earliest known stone inscription of the Ten Commandments sold for $850,000 -- and a stipulation the owner must put the tablet on public display.
Described as a "national treasure" of Israel, the stone was first uncovered in 1913 during excavations for a railroad station near Yavneh in Israel and is the only intact tablet version of the Commandments thought to exist.