Tag: archaeological evidence

Naboth’s Vineyard Unearthed at Tel Jezreel?

11/06 | The Biblical story of Naboth and his vineyard have come to life in a recent excavation at Jezreel, where archaeologists excavated an Iron Age winery at the foot of Tel   Read more…

Posted in Biblical Archaeology Sites.

Hanging Gardens of Babylon … in Assyrian Nineveh

10/15 | The Hanging Gardens of Babylon may not be Babylonian after all—they may have been 300 miles to the north at Assyrian Nineveh, planted by Sennacherib at the start of the   Read more…

Posted in News, The Ancient Near Eastern World.

Did the Carthaginians Really Practice Infant Sacrifice?

09/10 | One of the most debated questions in the study of the ancient world is whether or not the Carthaginians practiced human sacrifice—more specifically, the sacrifice of infants. Recent studies have   Read more…

Posted in Ancient Cultures, News.


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