Wednesday, December 02, 2015

King Hezekiah 's Seal Stamp Impression Found In Jerusalem Dig

An interesting historical find indeed has turned up in a dig near the Old City of Jerusalem.

The item, a 3,000 year-old seal impression, used to seal a papyrus scroll, bears the name of King Hezekiah.

The Times of Israel: Seal bearing name of Judean king found in Jerusalem

An amazing find of an historically valuable artifact from 3,000 years ago.


Excelling in Mediocrity said...

That is way awesome.

Expatriate Owl said...

The deeper they dig, the more evidence they find to support the Jewish claim to the Holy Land.

Aaron said...

Excelling In Mediocrity: Indeed, imagine holding in your hand such a piece of history.

Expatriate Owl: Yes indeed, and that's why the usual suspects are very much against Israel doing archaeological digs in the area. It kills the confabulations and false claims denying the clear Jewish connections to the land.