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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2016 6:01 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Remains of a citadel
Jan 6, 2016
 -  The remains of a 3,400-year-old Canaanite citadel, which were recently unearthed in the middle of the coastal city Nahariya, are to be preserved and incorporated in an apartment high-rise, not far from the beach.

The citadel was used as an administrative center that served the mariners who sailed along the Mediterranean coast 3,400 years ago.  Numerous artifacts were discovered in its rooms, including ceramic figurines in form of humans and animals, bronze weapons and imported pottery vessels that attest to the extensive commercial and cultural relations that existed at that time with Cyprus and the rest of the lands in the Mediterranean basin.

The archaeologists found the fortress was burned down at least four times, and rebuilt each time. A large amount of cereal, legumes and grape seeds were found in the burnt layers, which are indicative of the provisions the sailors would purchase.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/206033#.VozvSrYrK9I
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 30, 2016 9:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Archaeologists uncover inscriptions in Jesus’ Llanguage
Jan 30, 2016
-  Archaeologists in Israel have uncovered ancient epitaphs in both Greek and Aramaic which date back to the first century in a Zippori cemetery in the Galilee.  Zippori was the first capital of Galilee from the time of the Hasmonean dynasty until the establishment of Tiberias in the first century CE.

Four words which are part of the inscriptions were Jose, a common Jewish name, the three other words are Aramaic for the Tiberian, forever, and rabbi.

This discovery is important because it proves the existence of a Jewish community in the region from ancient times, something which the Palestinian Authority continually denies.
http://www.christianheadlines.com...scriptions-in-jesus-language.html
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 30, 2016 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Israel
Archaeologists uncover inscriptions in Jesus’ Llanguage
Jan 30, 2016
-  Archaeologists in Israel have uncovered ancient epitaphs in both Greek and Aramaic which date back to the first century in a Zippori cemetery in the Galilee.  Zippori was the first capital of Galilee from the time of the Hasmonean dynasty until the establishment of Tiberias in the first century CE.

Four words which are part of the inscriptions were Jose, a common Jewish name, the three other words are Aramaic for the Tiberian, forever, and rabbi.

This discovery is important because it proves the existence of a Jewish community in the region from ancient times, something which the Palestinian Authority continually denies.
http://www.christianheadlines.com...scriptions-in-jesus-language.html


We're seeing more of these discoveries in these last days.

Praise God!!!!

1 Corinthians 1:22  For the Jews require a sign, and the Greeks seek after wisdom:
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Pool of Siloam discovered
Feb 9, 2016
-  Discovery of pool where Jesus healed blind man should wash away doubts on the Bible.  Archaeological evidence unearthed that supports the historical accuracy of the Holy Bible.

One is the discovery of the ancient pool of Siloam, the exact place where Jesus Christ healed a blind man.  This story is told in the Gospel of John, where Jesus told His disciples that the man's blindness was not caused by his sins or his parents' shortcomings. Jesus then spat on the ground, made clay of the spittle, and applied the clay to the eyes of the blind man, whom He ordered to wash in the pool of Siloam.
http://biblehub.com/bsb/john/9.htm

For years, some have doubted the historical accuracy of John.  The discovery of the pool of Siloam was almost by accident since it was uncovered during construction work to repair a water pipe near the Temple Mount.

The discovery of the ancient pool led not only to archaeological evidence to support the Gospel of John, but also to verification of an event told in the Book of Chronicles in the Old Testament.
King Hezekiah blocked the upper outlet of the Gihon spring and channelled the water down to the west side of the City of David. The pool of Siloam is believed to be part of this water outlet.
http://www.christiantoday.com/art...e.christian.author.says/78920.htm

God is so amazing.
in this day of doubt - He is bringing Light - to those who will look
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Psalm 66:3  Say unto God, How terrible art thou in thy works! through the greatness of thy power shall thine enemies submit themselves unto thee.
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Archaeologists in Jerusalem find city's oldest known settlement
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/wor...lement/ar-BBpC2MK?ocid=spartandhp
2/17/16

Israeli authorities announced Wednesday they had uncovered findings proving for the first time the existence of an established human settlement in Jerusalem as far back as 7,000 years ago.

A dig in the annexed east Jerusalem neighbourhood Shuafat revealed two homes with parts of walls and floors intact, as well as "pottery vessels, flint tools, and a basalt bowl" characteristic of the Chalcolithic era, the Israel Antiquities Authority said.

The discoveries came to light during road work in the area.

In the Chalcolithic period humans were "still using stone tools, but began to create high-level ceramics and for the first time, copper tools as well," said Ronit Lupo, director of excavations at the authority.

They were also forming "established settlements with economies," Lupo said.

Researchers were long puzzled by the lack of hard evidence of Chalcolithic settlements in Jerusalem, which was a central route connecting the Dead Sea to the coastal area.

Chalcolithic settlements were found elsewhere in what is today Israel and Jordan.

Barzilai said the focus on Jerusalem's later historical eras could have led to researchers overlooking the Chalcolithic period, considered by some a bridge between antiquity and modern human communal existence.

"Now we can know that even in the periods prior to the First and Second Temples, even in the Chalcolithic period, it was an inhabited area," he said.

To Lupo, the new findings give closure to a long quest for Chalcolithic settlements in Jerusalem.

"For years in Jerusalem we had a feeling -- we knew it was there somewhere but never found it. But here we found it," she said.


Chalcolithic settlements have been found outside of Jerusalem, but prior to the Shuafat finding, only "fragmentary" remnants were unearthed in the city, according to the head of the authority's prehistory branch, Amnon Barzilai.
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First Temple-era seal found
Mar 7, 2016
 -  Rare First Temple-era seal found in Jerusalem, the City of David.
Archaeologists discover First Temple-era seals, one with a woman's name. Rare find that sheds significant light on owner's life.

2 seals found with Hebrew names, dating back to the time of the First Temple, in Jerusalem's City of David. The objects belonged to a woman and a man, Elihana bat Gael and Sa'aryahu ben Shabenyahu.

Finding seals that bear names from the time of the First Temple is rare, and finding a seal that belonged to a woman is even rarer.  The artifacts were discovered in a prominent building that is believed to have served as an administrative center.

Personal seals were used for signing documents, and were frequently inlaid as part of a ring that was worn by the owner. In antiquity they designated the identity, genealogy and status of the owner of the seal.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/209027#.Vt1TWH0rK9I
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Again, ANOTHER AUTHENTIC discovery in these last days we're living in! Praise God!!!!

The Jews require a sign...
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Russian archaeologists offer to help rebuild Palmyra
Archaeologists in Russia are offering help to rebuild Palmyra following its recapture from ISIS.  Palmyra, known as the bride of the desert, used to attract thousands of tourists.
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/201...uild-palmyra-160331055917947.html

Palmyra, Pearl of the desert
Just getting to Palmyra is a challenge.  ISIS mined the entrances, which have been painstakingly cleared by the Syrian Army, with Russian assistance.
http://www.rt.com/news/337737-rt-palmyra-syria-ruins

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