Here is a photograph of ossuary 2 in kokh 2 of Talpiot Tomb B (see Complete Findings from the Talpiot Tomb to see it in context):
|Ossuary 2, kokh 2, extracted from The Jesus Discovery Website|
What has been bothering me is how close it is to the wall on the left of kokh 2. To draw attention to it, I've added a blue arrow here. The gap is so narrow that there is hardly space in this picture to depict it:
|Ossuary 2, kokh 2, with blue arrow showing narrow gap|
But in the pictures of Ossuary 3 (the one with the "Mara" inscription), in the same kokh, Ossuary 2 appears to be further away from the wall. In this picture, also from the Complete Findings from the Talpiot Tomb, it looks to me like there is a much larger gap:
|Ossuary 3 (back), ossuary 2 (front right), kokh 2, showing large gap|
In this picture, we are looking at Ossuary 3 at the back. Ossuary 2 is on the front right. Now I understand that one has to allow for differences in perspectives caused by different camera angles, but I am wondering if those kind of differences are sufficient to cause the major differences between the first picture of Ossuary 2 above, and the second one here.
As always, I would stress that I am only asking the question. It is quite possible that further pictures from different angles would explain the apparent differences in placement of the ossuary.