There are traditions about where each of the Twelve Apostles ended their earthly days, and such traditions are often met with skepticism. Phillip, according to the tradition, was crucified in Hierapolis. Now, FoxNews reports, archaeologists are claiming to have discovered his tomb--in Hierapolis. I've often wondered why such traditions arose and why they have staying power--there are sometimes contradictions, with rival claims, but usually not at all. Earlier cultures were quite tuned into memory and places. The archaeological study of Old Testament places and names seems to bear this out.