Tag Archives: Biblical Archaeology

Numbers Don’t Lie

Archaeologists can easily find Israelin ancient history.  The grandson of Abraham, he along with his father Isaac, is a famous patriarch in the bible (circa 1910 B.C.). He lived contentedly in the land of Canaan until famine forced him to relocate.  His married life had produced 12 sons and one daughter, Dinah.  It grieved him […]

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Noah’s Wine

An ancient account concerning the period 2348 B.C. says: “And Noah began to be a husbandman, and he planted a vineyard (Genesis 9:20).”  “Although many scholars would be tempted to dismiss claims of Noah’s original vineyard as lacking any historical merit, scientists are discovering evidence of ancient wine making in that very same region (Biblical […]

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