Archaeologists have recently made a discovery that is literally of biblical proportions and it has the Islamic community as a whole foaming at the mouth.
All of the Arabs claim to Israel has been demolished by this latest discovery and places the Holy Land firmly into the hands of its rightful owners. The Israelites.
The royal seal of King Hezekiah, who ruled around 700 B.C., has now been added to Israel’s extensive collection of ancient artifacts. Hezekiah is described in the Bible as a righteous and courageous monarch who greatly expanded the city of Jerusalem.
“This is the first time that a seal impression of an Israelite or Judean king has ever come to light in a scientific archaeological excavation,” said chief archeologist Eilat Mazar.
The detailed clay seal, known as a bulla, was uncovered near the southern part of the wall surrounding Jerusalem’s Old City. It was mistakenly buried in a refuse dump around the time of the Israelite king.
It took five years of research, but a team member was finally able to decipher the text.
The dots help separate the words: “Belonging to Hezekiah (son of) Ahaz king of Judah.”
Mazar explained why Israeli researchers are so ecstatic over the find: “It’s always a question, what are the real facts behind biblical stories. Here we have a chance to get as close as possible to the person himself, to the king himself.”
This find seems like such a small token from such a time of greatness, but like many, before it is one more piece to a puzzle that is absolutely irrefutable.
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