Do secular history and archaeology agree with what the Bible says about this ancient land? Explore the fascinating world of biblical archaeological finds in Egypt that provide valuable insights into the historical context and corroborate the biblical narrative. Discover how these ancient artifacts have enriched our understanding of the relationships between Egypt and the Bible's events and figures.
The Maccabee Period: Discoveries and Insights from Archaeology
The Maccabee period is an important period in the history of Judaism, marking the beginning of the Hasmonean dynasty and the development of Jewish nationalism and identity.
An Archaeological Biography of Nebuchadnezzar, the Most Famous King of the Neo-Babylonian Empire
Explore the historical account of Nebuchadnezzar, the most famous king of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, and his religious devotion, military conquests, and contributions to the ancient world. Delve into the biblical accounts that shed light on his interactions with the Jewish captives and the God of Israel.
An Archaeological Biography of King Hazael, A Notable King of Ancient Syria
Explore the intriguing account of Hazael's Ascent to the Throne, a powerful king of Aram-Damascus, as ancient biblical narratives and archaeological records reveal his story of cunning, ambition, and triumph.
Israel Archaeologist Find an Ancient Comb with Writing
Discover the fascinating find by Israeli archaeologists of a 3,700-year-old Canaanite comb, featuring a rare inscription that offers insights into the language, culture, and personal grooming habits of the ancient Levant region.
BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY: Who Were the Egyptian Pharaohs During the Time of Moses?
The Bible does not give us the name of the Pharaoh who began the persecution upon the Israelite people (Ex. 1:8-22) neither the Pharaoh that Moses and Aaron appeared before and in whose reign the Exodus took place. (Ex. 2:23; 5:1)
BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY: The Walls of Jericho
When one hears the name “Jericho” one naturally thinks of Israelites marching, trumpets sounding, and walls falling. It is a wonderful story of faith and victory that we enjoy reading and telling in Sunday School class, but did it really happen? The skeptic would say, 'no; it is merely a folk tale to explain the ruins at Jericho.' The reason for this negative outlook is the excavation carried out at the site in the 1950s under the direction of British archaeologist Kathleen Kenyon. She concluded,
Extensive Archaeological Excavations Began at Tell Acco in the 20th Century
Discover the rich history and culture of the city of Acco, also known as Acre and Ptolemais with a fascinating past including ties to the Crusades and Ottoman Empire. Explore its ancient landmarks and religious sites, including the holiest city of the Baháʼí Faith in Israel. Plan your visit to this unique destination and experience the blend of ancient and modern in Acre.
An Archaeological Biography of King Mesha, the Ruler of Ancient Moab
Explore the fascinating archaeological biography of King Mesha of Moab, his intriguing rebellion, and the significance of the Mesha Stele, a vital artifact providing insights into the history and culture of ancient Moab. Dive into the captivating world of King Mesha of Moab, an enigmatic ruler whose story is intricately woven into the annals of ancient history. Discover the Mesha Stele's significance and learn about Mesha's rebellion, rebuilding efforts, and devotion to the Moabite god Chemosh.
BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY: Earth’s Magnetic Field Has Been Used by Researchers to Verify Biblical Accounts of Conflicts
Explore the innovative use of geomagnetic data as a dating method for ancient battles, offering researchers a more precise and continuous timeline to uncover the secrets of historical events and their impact on our world.