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Site Where Ark of the Covenant Rested to Be Preserved

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An Israeli heritage committee has allocated NIS 5 million (about $1.3 million) for the renovation and preservation of Tel Shiloh, the site where, according to Biblical tradition, the Ark of the Covenant rested within the Israelite Tabernacle during the time of Eli and Samuel (1 Samuel 1:1–4).* The preservation project, one of the first to be conducted at a West Bank site, will include renewed excavations, as well as the building of a visitor center where tourists can learn about life in the Biblical period. In addition to the government allocation, the preservation efforts will be financed by more than $2.5 million from private sources.

Site Where Ark of the Covenant Rested to Be Preserved

An Israeli heritage committee has allocated NIS 5 million (about $1.3 million) for the renovation and preservation of Tel Shiloh, the site where, according to Biblical tradition, the Ark of the Covenant rested within the Israelite Tabernacle during the time of Eli and Samuel (1 Samuel 1:1–4).

* See Israel Finkelstein, “Shiloh Yields Some, But Not All, of Its Secrets,” Biblical Archaeology Review, January/February 1986.

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  1. Elin T H Berglund says:

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6 Responses

  1. Elin T H Berglund says:

    The ark of the covenant will soon be revealed. This book I found to be the best to read; about why and when; http://www.lulu.com/shop/r-t-tourniaire/king-of-the-ark/paperback/product-22497189.html

  2. Mary says:

    we are definately in exciting times ..and the history behind it .

  3. The First Resting Place of the Ark: Shiloh « Biblical Archaeology says:

    […] accessed July 2012) Shilo Yields Some, But Not All, of Its Secrets (BAR, accessed July 2012) Site Where Ark of the Covenant Rested to Be Preserved (BAR, accessed July 2012) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeBe the first to like […]

  4. Site Where Ark of the Covenant Rested to Be Preserved | St Petersburg Christian Radio says:

    […] rested within the Israelite Tabernacle during the time of Eli and Samuel (1 Samuel 1:1–4).* The preservation project, one of the first to be conducted at a West Bank site, will include […]

  5. Site Where Ark of the Covenant Rested to Be Preserved | Shreveport Christian Radio says:

    […] rested within the Israelite Tabernacle during the time of Eli and Samuel (1 Samuel 1:1–4).* The preservation project, one of the first to be conducted at a West Bank site, will include […]

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