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WOOD FROM NOAH'S ARK? Researchers standing with a large piece of pitch covered petrified wood believed to be part of Noah's Ark. In Turkey, there is a site believed to be the final resting place of the Ark. Underground Scans  have revealed a man made structure which lies at the bottom of Mt. Ararat. The scans detected iron rivets evenly spaced below the ground. When measured, the length of the ship MATCHES  the description given in the Bible! Side to side, and front to back.

WOOD FROM NOAH'S ARK? Researchers standing with a large piece of pitch covered petrified wood believed to be part of Noah's Ark. In Turkey, there is a site believed to be the final resting place of the Ark. Underground Scans have revealed a man made structure which lies at the bottom of Mt. Ararat. The scans detected iron rivets evenly spaced below the ground. When measured, the length of the ship MATCHES the description given in the Bible! Side to side, and front to back.

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Cosmetic tray with sphinx                                                                                      Period:                                        Iron Age                                                          Date:                                        ca. 6th–5th century B.C.                                                          Geography:                                        Egypt or Iran

Cosmetic tray with sphinx Period: Iron Age Date: ca. 6th–5th century B.C. Geography: Egypt or Iran

Discovery Revives Ancient Tzitzit Dying Methods - Features - News - Israel National News

Discovery Revives Ancient Tzitzit Dying Methods - Features - News - Israel National News

Sheba connected to Israel | 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.

Sheba connected to Israel | 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.

Canaanite cult site offers up its treasures after 3,300 years | The Times of IsraelOCTOBER 20, 2014 4:30 PM An aerial view of Tel Burna, a Canaanite and Israelite site near modern day Kiryat Gat. (photo courtesy Skyview) Canaanite cult site offers up its treasures after 3,300 years Tel Burna excavation in central Israel reveals ceramic masks that could mark shrine to storm god Ba’al   Read more: Biblical archaeology | Topics | The Times of Israel…

Canaanite cult site offers up its treasures after 3,300 years | The Times of IsraelOCTOBER 20, 2014 4:30 PM An aerial view of Tel Burna, a Canaanite and Israelite site near modern day Kiryat Gat. (photo courtesy Skyview) Canaanite cult site offers up its treasures after 3,300 years Tel Burna excavation in central Israel reveals ceramic masks that could mark shrine to storm god Ba’al Read more: Biblical archaeology | Topics | The Times of Israel…

The Ark of the Covenant: Conspiracy Theories – Part 4 of 4

The Ark of the Covenant: Conspiracy Theories – Part 4 of 4

The synagogue, dated to the 2nd Temple period (50BC - 100AD) is one of the oldest ever found, and was unearthed at Migdal, Israel. Archaeologists were particularly excited by the discovery of a large carved stone depicting the menorah -- a seven-branched candelabrum -- from the  Second Temple which was destroyed in 70 AD during the Roman siege of Jerusalem.

Recent Archaeological Finds In The Holy Land

The synagogue, dated to the 2nd Temple period (50BC - 100AD) is one of the oldest ever found, and was unearthed at Migdal, Israel. Archaeologists were particularly excited by the discovery of a large carved stone depicting the menorah -- a seven-branched candelabrum -- from the Second Temple which was destroyed in 70 AD during the Roman siege of Jerusalem.

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