Archaeological Proof for your Bible

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Bible Archaeology
Historical Evidence for That Bible
Archaeology confirms scriptural records of heritage over and over again. In fact, archaeologists used to reject the living of the Hittites, Horites, Edomites as well as other individuals and places described inside the Old Testament. Proof of all these groupings has since been found. The titles of some 40 leaders have now been found in files taken from places. Hezekiah's tunnel described in 2 Chr 32 was a viaduct constructed to supply water for the area of Jerusalem whilst it was under siege. This tunnel still reduces an 1800 base IS' shaped bend underneath the roads of Jerusalem. In 1880, two boys skating within the tube discovered a wording that described in more detail the way the tube were built. That explanation and the account of the tube in 2 Chronicles 32's building agree.

Ebla Tablets
The Tablets are 2500 tablets found in the store in the historic palace of Ebla. These capsules date from 2400-2300 B.C, and contain a set of spots and brands in the Patriarchal guides of the Bible. Just before their discovery, Bible critics suggested that the stories in these publications were hype. An account of Generation from these drugs directly parallels the Genesis model composed. The locations of Sodom and Haran, Abrahamis ancestral household will also be described.

Established by archaeological digs in Turkey.

Saragon's Building
Identified within the guide of Isaiah page 20. Found in Iraq.

Catch of Ashdod
Explained within the book of Isaiah chapter 20 and documented to the walls of Saragon's Palace.

Daniel 5
King Belshazzar wanted to create Daniel "third highest ruler" in Babylon. Drugs present that Belshazzar was co-regent with his father, Nabonidus. Daniel would have been third inline after father and son.

Nebo Sarsekim
He accompanied King Nebuchadnezzar in the siege of Jerusalem. Their title was available on 2500-year-old Assyrian cuneiform tablet whilst the "chief eunuch" of Nebuchadnezzar. Their brand is described in Jer 39.

Is one of many titles on Nehemiah's listing of exiles in section 7. It had been discovered engraved on a stone outside Old Town walls close to the Dung Gate.

The Wall of Nehemiah
Records of the wall described in the Old Testament book of Nehemiah were uncovered in 2007 in an historical excavation in Jerusalemis ancient Metropolis of David.

Is also saved in folklore, Eleventh pill of Epic, and the Sumerian List from the whole of 270 other countries.

Garden of Eden
Formation account from the book of Genesis can also be registered in Adapa's Tale in Mesopotamian mythology.

System of Babel
Identified in Genesis 11 and also registered in Sumerian Supplements.

Taylor Prism
It is a six- sided artifact about fifteen inches high available at the site of the historic town of Nineveh in 1830. It's six columns containing over 500 lines of writing. It details the assault by King Sennacherib of Assyria to the prepared locations of Judah described in 2 Chronicles 32. It generates no mention of butt in keeping with the spiritual bill that suggests God spared Jerusalem in reply to the prayer of Hezekiah, Double of Jerusalem obtained from the capital city.




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