(Jerusalem-AP) -- The owner of a box inscribed with the words "James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus" says Israeli officials questioned whether it held the bones of the man who the Bible calls "the Lord's brother." A member of Israel's Antiquities Authority says a unanimous conclusion on whether or not the burial box is authentic is being announced today. One investigator said many questions arose during the months-long probe -- adding that its owner, Oded Golan, "didn't convince anyone." Golan responds that he had problems with the officials' "preconceived notions." The Antiquities Authority also is releasing findings on the authenticity of another item connected to Golan -- a stone tablet inscribed in ancient Hebrew with instructions for maintaining the Jewish Temple. Some experts date the so-called "Joash inscription" to the ninth century B-C.