Wow! What a wonderful, powerful discovery by archaeologists in Israel. “Archaeologists in Israel say that they have found a clay seal mark that may bear the signature of the Biblical Prophet Isaiah. The 2,700-year-old stamped clay artifact was found during … Continue reading
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Tagged archaeology, biblical archaeology, Biblical Prophet Isaiah, bulla, Dr. Eilat Mazar, First Temple period, Hebrew University, Israel, Jerusalem, Jerusalem’s Temple Mount, King Hezekiah, Ophal, seal stamp, Yesha’yahu
As a student of Biblical archaeology, I found this video of interest. News article here.
Posted in Archaeology, History, Israel, Jewish Temple
Tagged 2 Maccabees, archaeology, biblical archaeology, Copper Scroll Project, Dead Sea Scrolls, Jeremiah, Jim Barfield, Qumran, Temple Mount
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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Tagged archaeology, Bar-Ilan University, biblical archaeology, David and Goliath, Gath, Gath gates, Goliath, Hazael King of Aram Damascus, Israel, King David, King Saul, Philistines, Professor Aren Maeir
“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
News Story: here Archaeologists have announced they believe they have found one site where the Tabernacle stood in Shiloh, Israel. What a great development!