At the moment that Ibrahim stumbles across the description of the artifact in the Baskunchak as being Jewish, there is a distant shout and cry that compels the party's attention.
Philoctetes has been steadily climbing the slope away from the party, up to the church above you, and now the he has turned about and is shouting exuberantly from several hundred feet up. He's too far away to be heard clearly, of course, but now he comes bounding down the slope.
Ibrahim may feel the need to read a bit more ~ it says in the diary that the Jewish Artifact is from the Khazar Dynasty, that ruled the area until the 11th century, when the Kaganate was broken by the Mongols. The artifact is not named in the diary, however. And that brings us to the last page, the text of which was described in the next post.
By then, Philoctetes has gotten close enough that he can be heard shouting, "It's there! It's there! I tell you it's there! I've seen it!"