In find of biblical proportions, seal of Prophet Isaiah said found in Jerusalem
Chanced upon near a seal identified with King Hezekiah, a tiny clay piece may be the first-ever proof of the prophet, though a missing letter leaves room for doubt
11. King Ahaz
This clay seal impression from the 8th century BC contains the Hebrew text, "Belonging to Ahaz [son of] Jotham, King of Judah." Ahaz was a biblical king referred to in the books of 2 Kings and Isaiah. Fingerprints can be seen on the left side of the impression, possibly those of Ahaz himself. The artifact is roughly one-half inch in size and is now in a private collection. Click on "Read more" below to see how a seal such as this, along with a string, were used to secure a papyrus document…
Where Is the Original Siloam Pool from the Bible?
While the Roman-period Siloam Pool—where Jesus cured the blind man—was recently discovered, the earlier Siloam Pool remains unknown.
Isaiah’s Signature Uncovered in Jerusalem
Archaeologist Eilat Mazar reveals what may be a seal impression of the prophet Isaiah—unveiled here for the first time ever—in honor of Hershel Shanks’s retirement
King Hezekiah's Administrative Compound Discovered Next to US Embassy, Jerusalem
Over 120 seal impressions stamped on jars found in the excavations provide a glimpse into tax collection in the period of the Judean monarchs.
Broad Wall, Jerusalem - Tripadvisor
This ancient ruin is a 23-foot-thick foundation of an Old Testament city wall that was built in 701 BC by Hezekiah, King of Judah. #jewishquarter #jerusalem #israel #ancient #architecture #jerusalemisthecapitalofisrael #holyland
Archaeologists say they found King David's Castle mentioned in the Bible. 2 Samuel Chapter 5 | Religion | Before It's News
Hezekiah'a Tunnel, a 1500 ft long water conduit created by King Hezekiah in 701 BCE underneath the City of David in Jerusalem to bring the waters of the Gihon Spring into the Pool of Siloam
Jerusalem – new reconstruction drawings
Our Image Library has been updated with many new drawings. There are two new series on Jerusalem, new reconstruction drawings in portrait orientation of the Tabernacle, the Temples of Solomon and H…
Bible Images and Biblical Archaeology Illustrations by Balage Balogh
Jerusalem in the time of King Hezekiah, 8th century BC. Reconstruction based on aerial photos and various excavations in the City of David, south of Jerusalem.
What will you do to rebuild your faith?
As we studied Hezekiah for this lesson, the kids and I built walls and learned how to build up our faith, a great takeaway for a Hezekiah lesson.
King Hezekiah’s name in a trash can - Stephen M. Miller
WHAT’S NOT NEWS is that someone found evidence of Jewish King Hezekiah. What’s new is that this evidence probably wasn’t faked.