Taylor prism on display at the British Museum. Describes the Assyrian king Sennacherib's siege of Jerusalem in 701 BC during the reign of king Hezekiah, which is recorded by Herodotus and the Bible in Isaiah chapters 33 and 2 Kings 2 Chronicles
This “famine stele” records the occurrence of a year drought” in ancient Egypt during the reign of king Djoser (ruled BC). RCCF calibrated about 2250 AM so = # of years ago = 3526 during term of Joseph aka Imehotep
The ancient mud brick gate at Dan, Israel, is nearly years old. It is very likely that Abraham of the Bible walked through it. "When his nephew Lot was taken captive, he went to rescue him and came there.
The first probable instance of the name "Israel" in the archeological record -- Discovered in Thebes on The Merneptah Stele, a black granite slab, 10 ft high, with an inscription of the Egyptian king, Merneptah to 1203 BCE).
Esarhaddon was an Assyrian king noted in Biblical passages such as 2 Kings He erected the monument to commemorate a military victory in Egypt. The dolerite monument is over ten feet high and was made in the century BC. It was found in 1881 in t
These clay bullae (seal impressions), discovered by archaeologist Eilat Mazar during her excavations of the City of David, Jerusalem, bear the names of two royal ministers mentioned in the Bible’s story of Jeremiah, prophet of the Old Testament.