Archeologists unearth remains from time of David and Solomon

From KHouse.Org A chunk of a 3000-year-old clay jar found in Jerusalem may offer evidence that the kingdom of Solomon truly did exist there after all. Secular archeologists generally question the historical existence or importance of David and Solomon’s reigns because physical remnants from their kingdoms have seemed slim. These Jewish kings have often been relegated to the category of King Arthur, and their histories in the Bible Continue Reading

4,000 Year Old Tablet Describes Noah’s Ark

From KHouse.Org A recently deciphered 4,000-year-old tablet from ancient Mesopotamia contains the specifications for building an ark to endure a great flood and closely parallels the Biblical story of Noah. There is, however, one difference; the craft described on the tablet is round. The tablet has gone on display at the British Museum in London. Described by the museum’s tablet curator Irving Finkel as “one in a million,” he Continue Reading

Blue-Eyed Cave Spaniards and other surprising Archaeology

From KHouse.Org Before we started this work, I had some ideas of what we were going to find. Most of those ideas turned out to be completely wrong. — Carles Lalueza-Fox, the Institute of Evolutionary Biology in Barcelona. Ancient Europeans may have been dark skinned and blue-eyed, according to recent DNA evidence from skeletons found in a cave in Spain. The genetic code showed traits that surprised archeologists, including genes Continue Reading

Xerxes Palace – Ezra’s Commission

Ezra 7:1, 10 Now after this, in the reign of Artaxerxes [son of Xerxes, or Ahasuerus] king of Persia, Ezra the son of Seraiah, son of Azariah, son of Hilkiah. For Ezra had prepared and set his heart to seek the law of the Lord [to enquire for it and of it, to require and yearn for it], and to do and teach in Israel its statutes and its ordinances. [Amplified Bible]. There is about a sixty-year silence in the book of Ezra between chapters Continue Reading

New Biblical Discovery After 2,000 Years

From WND.Com The mysterious source of an ancient blue dye used by the children of Israel on garments, at the command of God through Moses, has been found after 2,000 years. An Israeli researcher says she has identified fabric that may contain a mysterious blue dye described in the Bible, one of the few remnants of the ancient color ever found. Naama Sukenik of Israel’s Antiquities Authority said Tuesday that recent examination of Continue Reading

Unprecedented Skull Discovery Raises Serious Questions Over Evolutionary Premises

From Christian News.Net The discovery of an ancient human skull in the Asian country of Georgia has thrown the proverbial monkey wrench into the theory of human evolution. On October 18th, Science Magazine published a journal article titled, “A Complete Skull from Dmanisi, Georgia, and the Evolutionary Biology of Early Homo.” The article records the discovery of a human skull found in Dmanisi, Georgia, where numerous other ancient Continue Reading

13 Nephilim Skulls Found In Mexico?

From The Truth Wins.Com So much of what we have been taught about ancient history is simply not true. According to Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History, a team of archaeologists working close to the Mexican village of Onavas has made an amazing discovery. They reportedly found 13 ancient human specimens that had grossly elongated skulls. You can find original photographs of this discovery right here, but the Continue Reading

2700 Year-Old Inscription found in the City of David

From KHouse.Org The Jewish Press Newsletter reported that archaeological excavations conducted in the area of the Gihon Spring in the City of David, in the Walls around Jerusalem National Park, have unearthed a layer of rich finds including thousands of broken pottery shards, clay lamps and figurines. The most interesting of these finds was the recent discovery of a ceramic bowl with ancient Hebrew inscribed in it. While the Continue Reading

A Piece of the “True Cross” unearthed in Turkey?

From KHouse.Org Turkish archaeologists have announced that they have found a stone chest in a 1,350-year-old church that may have implications for the Christian Church. The archaeologists claim that inside the chest is a relic that may contain a piece of the Cross of Jesus. The artifacts were unearthed under the Balatlar Church in the Sinop Province in north-central Turkey. Excavation team leader Gülgün Köroğlu said, “We have Continue Reading

Have Archaeologists Found Home Of Bible’s Elisha?

From WND.Com Archaeologists in Israel say they may have discovered the home of the Old Testament prophet Elisha. A pottery shard with his name on it has been dated to about the ninth century B.C., which would be about the time he lived, researchers say. “You know I cannot say for sure this particular Elisha that we found is the biblical Elisha,” archaeologist Ami Mazar told CBN Jerusalem bureau reporters Chris Mitchell and Julie Continue Reading