Category Archives: Biblical Archaeology

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3 Places Jesus Could Have Been Buried

Where was Jesus actually buried? Unfortunately Jerusalem hasn’t been marked out with signs the way a theme park might be, with arrows pointing to the various sites or attractions. In fact, centuries of conflict has destroyed or buried significant areas. As we observe Easter, let’s take a look at where Jesus could have been buried Continue Reading

NEW: Archaeology Proofs of the Rise and Fall of Kings David and Solomon

Wow, what a week it’s been! Two major discoveries of Old Testament locations (that can be seen on Bible maps) found. Let’s just cut to the chase and see what we’ve got! Plus, get a free eChart at the end of this post! Yes, you’re welcome. 🙂 1. Evidence for David and Goliath Battle Site Continue Reading

Archaeology: Biblical Philistines Found!

An archaeological discovery this week unveiled some of the most notorious and feared people of the Bible: the Philistines. Until recently, it seemed that the Philistines were a people that vanished without a trace. In the approximate geographic location of Ashkelon (southern Israel), weapons, tools, pottery, homes, a writing system, and more had been uncovered, Continue Reading

Arch. Evidence Shows Bible May Be Older Than Experts Think

Thanks to some researchers published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, we know a little more about when the Bible may have been written down… and a lot more about ancient Jewish society! New light has been shed on ostracons found near the Dead Sea. (No, ostracons aren’t a type of advanced Continue Reading

3 Proofs of the Exodus from Archaeology

We noticed you really enjoyed our Bible archaeology posts! Well, we hear you, and we wanted to bring you more! In this week’s post, we wanted to give you a look at the biblical archaeology evidence behind the Exodus story. Check out these 3 amazing finds!: 3 Proofs of the Exodus from Archaeology 1. Pithom Continue Reading

7 Archaeology Proofs for the Book of Genesis You Need to Know!

How’s the 30-Day Bible Challenge going? We hope you’re experiencing a deeper level of understanding of the Word! If you haven’t joined us yet, it’s not too late to do so! In this week’s post, we wanted to give you a look at the biblical archaeology proofs behind the history you’ve been reading in the Continue Reading

DISCOVERED: Seal Impression of King Hezekiah in Jerusalem

The latest in biblical archaeology is making the presses today! A seal impression of King Hezekiah of Judah was found in an excavation in Jerusalem near the Temple Mount. Approximately 2,700 years old, this seal was most likely set in a ring and reads “Belonging to Hezekiah [son of] Ahaz king of Judah.” The seal Continue Reading

The Ark of the Covenant: 10 Clues & Theories

Everyone knows what happened to the ark of the covenant, right? An archaeologist from the Midwest named Dr. “Indiana” Jones rediscovered the ark and saved it from the Nazis. Now, it’s hidden in a top-secret government warehouse–from the movie Raiders of the Lost Ark. Well, that’s probably not what really happened. The truth is, no Continue Reading

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COMING SOON: New Bible Archaeology Exhibit!

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One of the oldest copies of the book of Matthew and an Arabic recording of Noah and the Flood?! These are just some of the amazing highlights of a new exhibit called Sacred Writings: Extraordinary Texts of the Biblical World. This one-time exhibition will be on display at the Penn Museum (University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology) from Continue Reading