Category Archives: Archaeology

The Temple and the City of David

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The City of Gath (Archaeology)

The gates of the city of Gath have been discovered in Israel by archaeologists. It is well known as the home of Goliath, the giant slain by David.  We see Gath mentioned in 1 Samuel 17. “Then Goliath, a Philistine … Continue reading

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Archaeology: Biblical Narrative Supported

“Israeli archaeologists, mathematicians and physicists are joining forces to uncover the meaning behind inscriptions found on pottery fragments believed to be more than 2,500 years old. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported Wednesday that a Tel Aviv University team has been … Continue reading

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Out of Place Artifacts

“Out of Place in Time: Was This Hammer Made 100 Million Years Ago?” “Ooparts often frustrate conventional scientists, delight adventurous investigators open to alternative theories, and spark debate.” Full article here. I always love articles that show proof that conventional … Continue reading

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The City of David

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Claim: Historians Find Holy Grail

This is really interesting! “Spanish historians claim they’ve discovered the 2,000-year-old Holy Chalice, the biblical cup that Jesus Christ used during the Last Supper. Margarita Torres, a medieval history lecturer at León University and Jose Ortiza del Rio, an art … Continue reading

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The Jerusalem Temple (Not on Temple Mount)

The two Jewish Temples were not located on the current location known as the Temple Mount.  That location is where the Roman Fort Antonia was built. Archaeology, history, and Jewish Rabbis make the case that the Temples were built adjacent … Continue reading

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