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Caiaphas Ossuary In 1990 a startling discovery was made that shook biblical scholars and archaeologists alike. In the Peace Forest section of Jerusalem was discovered a burial cave containing twelve ossuaries, one of them being none other than that of Caiaphas, the high priest who presided at the trial of Jesus. This amazing discovery provides us with a powerful historical connection to the events described in the Gospels.

Caiaphas Ossuary In 1990 a startling discovery was made that shook biblical scholars and archaeologists alike. In the Peace Forest section of Jerusalem was discovered a burial cave containing twelve ossuaries, one of them being none other than that of Caiaphas, the high priest who presided at the trial of Jesus. This amazing discovery provides us with a powerful historical connection to the events described in the Gospels.

Bible and Archaeology - Online Museum: 22. Nebuchadnezzar II on cylinder. This ceramic cylinder is inscribed in cuneiform script with the name of the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar II, who is referred to in the Bible more than any other foreign king (e.g. 2 Kings 24:1). The cylinder enumerates his building activities and was made in c. 604-562 BC. The artifact is 8.38 inches long. It is now (2011) located in The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on loan from the Yale Babylonian…

Bible and Archaeology - Online Museum: 22. Nebuchadnezzar II on cylinder. This ceramic cylinder is inscribed in cuneiform script with the name of the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar II, who is referred to in the Bible more than any other foreign king (e.g. 2 Kings 24:1). The cylinder enumerates his building activities and was made in c. 604-562 BC. The artifact is 8.38 inches long. It is now (2011) located in The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on loan from the Yale Babylonian…

Major Archaeological Find Reveals Ancient History of Iraq and Home of Biblical Abraham

Major Archaeological Find Reveals Ancient History of Iraq and Home of Biblical Abraham

"This stunning ancient Greek floor mosaic was just excavated in southern Turkey, near the Syrian border"

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"This stunning ancient Greek floor mosaic was just excavated in southern Turkey, near the Syrian border"

690 BCE. Describes the Assyrian king Sennacherib's siege of Jerusalem in 701 BC during the reign of king Hezekiah. (2 Kings 18 and 19) British Museum, Oriental Institute of Chicago, and the Israel Museum

690 BCE. Describes the Assyrian king Sennacherib's siege of Jerusalem in 701 BC during the reign of king Hezekiah. (2 Kings 18 and 19) British Museum, Oriental Institute of Chicago, and the Israel Museum

December of 1990, bulldozers were clearing land near Jerusalem in order to make way for a water park. While excavating the site workers uncovered an ancient tomb.  Within the tomb archaeologist found this ossuary, which is twice inscribed "High Priest Joseph Caiaphas" and held the bones of a 60 year old male.  Caiaphas  is in the New Testament where he was the High Priest that played a key role in the trial and execution of Jesus.

December of 1990, bulldozers were clearing land near Jerusalem in order to make way for a water park. While excavating the site workers uncovered an ancient tomb. Within the tomb archaeologist found this ossuary, which is twice inscribed "High Priest Joseph Caiaphas" and held the bones of a 60 year old male. Caiaphas is in the New Testament where he was the High Priest that played a key role in the trial and execution of Jesus.

A seal has been found which once belonged to Jezebel. The seal is inscribed with the letters “JZBL”. According to the bible, Jezebel was quite at home with sealing documents with a seal. 1 Kings 21:8 says:    1KI 21:8 So she wrote letters in Ahab’s name and sealed them with his seal, and sent letters to the elders and to the nobles who were living with Naboth in his city.    1 Kings 21:8 (NASB)

A seal has been found which once belonged to Jezebel. The seal is inscribed with the letters “JZBL”. According to the bible, Jezebel was quite at home with sealing documents with a seal. 1 Kings 21:8 says: 1KI 21:8 So she wrote letters in Ahab’s name and sealed them with his seal, and sent letters to the elders and to the nobles who were living with Naboth in his city. 1 Kings 21:8 (NASB)

Inscribed stone the fell from top corner of the temple mount during the Roman destruction of Jerusalem (70 AD).  The Hebrew reads, "To the place (lit. house) of the trumpeting for . . . " (last part missing).  It appears that this was the place designated for a priest to blow the horn announcing the beginning and end of the Sabbath

Inscribed stone the fell from top corner of the temple mount during the Roman destruction of Jerusalem (70 AD). The Hebrew reads, "To the place (lit. house) of the trumpeting for . . . " (last part missing). It appears that this was the place designated for a priest to blow the horn announcing the beginning and end of the Sabbath

Yahweh inscription, c. 1400 BC This photo displays a reproduction of the oldest known inscription of the name "Yahweh," the personal name of God (cf. Exodus 3). The writing is in hieroglyphs and is dated to c. 1400 BC. The inscription was discovered in the temple built by the Egyptian Pharaoh Amenhotep III in Soleb, which is in modern day Sudan. The text refers to a group of wandering followers of Yahweh, possibly the Israelites.

Yahweh inscription, c. 1400 BC This photo displays a reproduction of the oldest known inscription of the name "Yahweh," the personal name of God (cf. Exodus 3). The writing is in hieroglyphs and is dated to c. 1400 BC. The inscription was discovered in the temple built by the Egyptian Pharaoh Amenhotep III in Soleb, which is in modern day Sudan. The text refers to a group of wandering followers of Yahweh, possibly the Israelites.

80 whales buried mysteriously in Chilean desert  Marine graveyard is evidence for Noah’s Flood    by Tas Walker

80 whales buried mysteriously in Chilean desert Marine graveyard is evidence for Noah’s Flood by Tas Walker

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