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Vespasian, Roman Emperor, reigned 69-79,  Musei Capitolini, Roma   Albani Collection

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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…

Pontius Pilate inscription from Caesarea. Pontius Pilate was prefect of the Roman-controlled province of Judaea from 26–36 AD. The stone is significant because it is the only universally accepted[not in citation given] archaeological find with an inscription mentioning the name "Pontius Pilatus" to date. News Unlimited. Gospel.

Pontius Pilate inscription from Caesarea. Pilate was prefect of the Roman-controlled province of Judaea, CE. The only universally accepted archaeological find with an inscription mentioning the name "Pontius Pilatus" to date.

*PILATE INSCRIPTION: Archaeology confirms the historical references made in theBible of a Roman Governor named PontiusPilate,the procurator who ordered Jesus’ crucifixion.In June,1961 Italian archaeologists led by Dr.Frova were excavating nearCaesarea+ uncovered a limestone block.On the face is an inscription,which is part of a larger dedication toTiberius Caesar+clearly says,“PontiusPilate, Prefect of Judea.”This is the only known occurrence of the name PontiusPilate in any ancient…

procurator: any of various imperial officials with fiscal or administrative powers.

In 3500BC, the city of Susa, in what is today Iran, housed about eight thousand people.  The city was built between two rivers for protection  water access.  Susa survived thousands of years, becoming an important center of the Babylonian Empire.  It was from here, according to the Bible, that Esther married the Persian emperor  saved her people from a plotted genocide.  According to the Iliad, the city was founded by Memnon, who later died defending Troy from Greek attack in the Trojan War.

In the city of Susa, in what is today Iran, housed about eight thousand people.

Stone Tablet May Be Proof That Tower of Babel Was Real | Mysterious Universe

A stone tablet discovered in what is now Iraq a century ago has only recently been examined and the images and writing may prove the biblical Tower of Babel.

아멘 주 예수여 어서 오시옵소서              Amen! Come, Lord Jesus: Jotham Grew Powerful Because He Walked Steadfastly...

Biblical History ~ Year Seal signet ring: "Belonging to Jotham"…

In “Archaeology Confirms 50 Real People in the Bible,” in the March/April 2014 issue of Biblical Archaeology Review, Purdue University scholar Lawrence Mykytiuk lists 50 figures from the Hebrew Bible that have been confirmed archaeologically.

50 People in the Bible Confirmed Archaeologically A web-exclusive supplement to Lawrence Mykytiuk's “Archaeology Confirms 50 Real People in the Bible” feature in the March/April 2014 issue of BAR

Nabu (sometimes known as Tutu) is the Babylonian god of wisdom, learning, prophecy, scribes, and writing and was also responsible for the abundant harvest and all growing things. His name means "the Announcer" which refers to his prophetic and creative powers in calling forth words, the harvest and other plant life, and the visions of prophecies. His wife was Tashmit (also known as Tasmetu) and, later, Nanaya who was originally the divine consort of the Sumerian god Muati.

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The divine attendant: Northern Iraq, Neo-Assyrian, BC From Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Limestone

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