An Archaeological Dig That Could Change The Future Of Jerusalem
The City of David, Jerusalem, was the capital of the Judean Kings. The Jerusalem of the Bible is located on a narrow ridge just outside the walls of the modern city, on an 11 acre mound, that was once the seat of the Davidic dynasty. Here in lies the problem, the site is in East Jerusalem on and beneath land that Palestinians want to be incorporated into their future state. Archaeologist's have made several exciting finds that substantiate Biblical accounts of the ancient city. A bulla or clay seal stamped with "Natan-Melech the Kings Servant." Natan-Melech appears in II Kings 23:11, as an officer in the court of King Josiah. This is just one of several amazing finds that have been uncovered at this site. To read more click on the link.
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Posted on Mon, April 1, 2019
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