Seal Impression With King Hezekiah's Name Discovered in Jerusalem. The Judean king, the biblical-era Hezekiah son of Ahaz, was a vassal of Assyria and borrowed its royal symbolism of a winged sun and ankhs. Mystery of History Volume Lesson 47
These clay bullae (seal impressions), discovered by archaeologist Eilat Mazar during her excavations of the City of David, Jerusalem, bear the names of two royal ministers mentioned in the Bible’s story of Jeremiah, prophet of the Old Testament.
Stone Inscribed with Five Branch Menorah: This rare engraving of a menorah was recently uncovered in Jerusalem. The stone was found in Jerusalem's ancient drainage channel, in proximity to the Temple Mount.
Cyrus Cylinder (c. 539 B.) -- an archaeological artifact that independently confirms a Biblical account told in the Book of Ezra. King Cyrus of Persia issued an edict that permitted the Jewish exiles in Babylonia (which Cyrus had just conquered) “ ‘to
Pilate's Inscription discovered reads: “Pontius Pilate, Prefect of Judea.” The dating of the inscription, in connection with its mention of Tiberius places the governor Pontius Pilate at the same place and time as Jesus the Messiah.
Discovery of ancient cave paintings in Petra stuns art scholars Exquisite artworks hidden under years of soot and grime in a Jordanian cave have been restored by experts from the Courtauld Institute in London winged child