The Black Obelisk of King Shalmaneser III, 825 BC. It is the most complete Assyrian obelisk yet discovered, and it is historically significant because it is thought to display the earliest ancient depiction of a biblical figure - Jehu King of Israel.
Cyrus Cylinder (c. 539 B.) -- an archaeological artifact that independently confirms a Biblical account told in the Book of Ezra. King Cyrus of Persia issued an edict that permitted the Jewish exiles in Babylonia (which Cyrus had just conquered) “ ‘to
This “famine stele” records the occurrence of a year drought” in ancient Egypt during the reign of king Djoser (ruled BC). RCCF calibrated about 2250 AM so = # of years ago = 3526 during term of Joseph aka Imehotep
This booklet shows what scholars believe to be the map of Christian Jerusalem. The extraordinary picture comes from one of the recently discovered hoard of up to 70 lead booklets found in a cave in the hills overlooking the Sea of Galilee.
Sunken city gives up its treasure: Ancient Egyptian metropolis lost for 1,200 years below Mediterranean sea set to go on display