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“Giant Find” Unearthed Under Jerusalem’s Western Wall

A large underground section of the Western Wall was uncovered by the Israel Antiquities Authority on Monday.  The section had been hidden for almost two thousand years.  Additionally, they discovered a Roman-era surprise. Excavation began excavating under the Western Wall section known as “Wilson’s Arch” two years ago, hoping to …

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Archaeological Excavation Hopes to Unearth Clues About Ark of the Covenant

Archaeologists will commence the first-ever excavation  of a major Biblical site where the Ark of the Covenant was believed to be kept for two decades prior to King David bringing it to Jerusalem. The excavation is due to begin this summer. Kiryat Ye’arim, as the site is known in Hebrew, …

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Recent Archaeological Findings Prove Israel Belongs to the Jews

Recently, archaeologists  discovered more evidence of the ancient Jewish connection to Jerusalem.  This discovery came during the same week that UNESCO and the Palestinian Authority had boldly declared that Jews had no ties to Jerusalem. Archaeologists found a site where the Roman army fought against the Jewish forces while guarding …

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