Bible Archeology

Bible Archaeology and how it relates to and helps enforce the reliability of the Biblical text. Items which not only confirm Biblical text, but items showing how people lived and what items were available during the time frame covered by the Bible. - (Roughly 2,000 B.C. to 100 A.D)
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Title: Floor mosaic (from the synagogue at Hammath Tiberias, Israel) Artist: Anonymous Culture: Early Jewish Date: 4th C. CE Early Jewish

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Honey of a discovery An ancient Israeli site yields the oldest known archaeological example of beekeeping.

3000 year old beehives

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Gold menorah medallion - part of a 1,400 year old gold treasure trove, unearthed at the foot of Jerusalem's Temple Mount - a "once in a lifetime" discovery!

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This photo displays a bronze inscription recently found in southern Arabia-the land of Sheba-that refers to "the towns of Judah." It indicates that there were trade relations between Israel and the homeland of the Queen of Sheba. The artifact is dated to the end of the 7th century BC, after the time of Solomon, though it shows the plausibility of the contact between Israel and the land of Sheba during Solomon's era as portrayed in such passages as 1 Kings 10.

Online Museum: 19. Sheba connected to Israel

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Here is an image of the wall surrounding Jerusalem that Nehemiah rebuilt

terryography: May 2012

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Archaeologists digging at the site of Tel Kabri in Israel have unearthed 3,700-year-old vessels of wine in a Canaanite palace storage room, making it the oldest known wine cellar in the Middle East.

Ancient Wine Cellar Unearthed in Israel - Archaeology Magazine

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In 1935, a collection of letters written on pottery was unearthed in the biblical city of Lachish. These letters confirm events that occurred during King Zedekiah’s reign. The letters also mention the names of biblical figures, possibly even the prophet Jeremiah. The letters were written around 588 BC when Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon was waging war against Jerusalem and the fortified cities that Judah used for defense.

Biblical Archaeology regarding the Divided Kingdom of Israel

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Proof of the Exodus? Almost forgotten, in the tiny museum of Isma’ilya, some 125 km northeast of Cairo, is an artifact that corroborates the Biblical Exodus. The museum curator does not realize its significance. It’s known as the “El Arish Stone”...

Proof of the Exodus!

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Textiles from the time of King David found in ancient Israeli mine | Fox News

Textiles from the time of King David found in ancient Israeli mine | Fox News

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Proof of the Exodus? Almost forgotten, in the tiny museum of Isma’ilya, some 125 km northeast of Cairo, is an artifact that corroborates the Biblical Exodus. The museum curator does not realize its significance. It’s known as the “El Arish Stone”...

Proof of the Exodus!

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Assyrian warriors empaling jewish prisoners after conquering Jewish fortress Lachish (battle 701 BCE). Part of a relief from the palace of Sennacherib at Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq) British Museum

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Caesarea, Israel. Here Herod Agrippa let the people call him a god, and was struck down and eaten by worms.

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Cut away of a Roman fortress wall.

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Archeologists believe they may have discovered the place where Jesus’ trial before Pontius Pilate took place in Jerusalem.

Possible site of Jesus' trial uncovered in the Holy Land

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How to Install Elegant Cove Lighting

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The eye of the needle mentioned in the book of Matthew was one of several gates that provided passage through the city of Jerusalem's massive walls.

Jerusalem: The Eye of the Needle Gate

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This “famine stele” records the occurrence of a “7 year drought” in ancient Egypt during the reign of king Djoser (ruled 2691-2625 BC).

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This Greek inscription mentions a donation to Herod's temple in Jerusalem. pic.twitter.com/UyvfWN6Ucz

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Biblical Name Eshbaal Found Outside of the Bible: http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/ancient-cultures/daily-life-and-practice/biblical-name-eshbaal-found-outside-of-the-bible/ … #archaeology pic.twitter.com/MKjOTubM0N

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In the Byzantine period, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher was quite impressive. pic.twitter.com/QaWAj78jz3

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Yad Torah Pointer & Case Medieval

Yad Torah Pointer & Case Medieval

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Archaeologists excavating an ancient temple site in Cairo have discovered part of a chapel used by a pharaoh about 2,300 years ago

Egypt archaeologists find pharaoh chapel

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Archaeologists uncover the entrance to King Herod the Great's palace - Daily Mail UK

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The possible dungeon where Jesus was held before His trial.

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August 4, 70 – The destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem by the Romans. The destruction of both the first and second temples is still mourned annually as the Jewish fast Tisha B'Av.

Siege of Jerusalem (AD 70)

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