House of God Ostracon: writing on pottery was discovered in Arad, an ancient Judean administrative center. 6th century BCE,A portion of it reads, "To my lord Elyashib, my the Lord seek your welfare and as to the matter which you command me- it is well; he is in the House of God"
Esarhaddon | Esarhaddon was an Assyrian king noted in Biblical passages such as 2 Kings 19:37. He erected the monument shown in the picture to commemorate a military victory in Egypt. The dolerite monument is over ten feet high and was made in the 7th century BC. It was found in 1881 in the modern city of Zinjirli, Turkey, and the text is written in the Akkadian language using cuneiform script.
Herodian Sundial - This tiny sundial (only 2 inches wide by 2 inches high) may be the only known surviving artifact from the Temple of King Herod. It was found during excavation of a pile of debris attributed to the destruction of the Temple. There is a seven-branched menorah carved on its back, which is a symbol that was usually reserved for the Temple Priests.
Exhiben ejemplar más antiguo de los 10 Mandamientos
Civil War - "The most famous of the dozens of young drummer boys was Johnny Clem of Newark, Ohio. He went to war at the age of ten. In Clem's first battle, a shell fragment ripped his drum apart. He became known as "Johnny Shiloh." Gallantry in action two years later brought him promotion to sergeant. Clem made the army a career, and he retired in 1916 with the rank of major general."
Biblical archaeology - From the Caiaphas family tomb in Jerusalem, this ossuary bears the inscription "Yehosef bar Qafa: (Joseph, son of Caiaphas), and it is dated to the Second Temple period. Caiaphas is the name of the High Priest who presided over the trial of Jesus.
4. Balaam bar Beor Inscription - Re: The Biblical account of Balaam was found at Tell Deir Alla in Jordan, in a muti-chambered structure, destroyed by an earthquake. In one of the hidden chambers a fragment of plaster was found with an inscription on it relating to Balaam. One inscription read, "Warnings given by Balaam, the son of Beor. A seer of the gods." The Significance: It was recorded by the Amorites, the Enemies, not written by the Bible writers or by the Israelites.