An inscription containing a proclamation of Cyrus the King of Persia allowing the Jews who were exiled to Babylon to return to the Land of Israel
The destruction of Jerusalem and the First Temple, babylonian exile
Sennacherib King of Assyria's campaign against Judah and King Hezekiah
Destruction of Samaria
Inscription describing the victory of the king of Aram (Hazael) over Israel and Judah.
First non-Biblical evidence for the "House of David"
An inscription with a description of a battle between the Assyrian army and an alliance of 12 kings that includes Ahab, the king of Israel First extra-biblical evidence of an Israeli king
An inscription describing the war campaign of Pharaoh Shushank I to the Land of Israel An extra-biblical mention that also appears in your book
An inscription describing the war campaign of the pharaoh Meranpetah (son of Ramses II) to the Land of Israel
First non-biblical mention of the name "Israel"
New Discovery Changes Story of King Hazael’s Attack on Biblical Gath18.10.23The Philistines of Gath were thought to be outliers in the Levant in building with Mesopotamia-style fired bricks. But what baked the bricks at Tell es-Safi wasn’t a kiln
Archaeologists Find Mysterious 2,800-year-old Channels Near Temple Mount in Jerusalem30.08.23Deep grooves cut into the bedrock date to the biblical Kingdom of Judah, and bolster the theory of Jerusalem’s early expansion. But what purpose they served remains a riddle
Archaeologist Excited by Recent Finds in Ancient Shiloh, Biblical Site of Ark, Tabernacle30.08.23SHILOH, Samaria – Several years ago, CBN News first reported on exciting discoveries from the excavation site at ancient Shiloh.
The book of Judges in the Bible tells us Shiloh was a significant place in the history of the Israelites when they came into the Promised Land.