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Turkish officials to Mayor Lupolianski: “The tablet with Siloam Inscription will be returned to Jerusalem”

Here’s a statement from the Jerusalem Mayor’s office: Following a meeting between mayor Lupolianski and Turkish ambassador to Israel, Mr. Namik Tan, it was agreed to look into the option of lending the tablet with Siloam inscription to the city of Jerusalem. The 2,700-year-old tablet, which is now presented in the Archeology Museum in Istanbul,… Keep Reading

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Jerusalem Seeks Return of Ancient Tablet

From Jerusalem Seeks Return of Ancient Tablet: Jerusalem’s mayor, Uri Lupolianski, has asked the Turkish government to return a 2,700-year-old tablet uncovered in an ancient subterranean passage in the city, as a “gesture of goodwill” between allies. Known as the Siloam inscription, the tablet was found in a tunnel hewed to channel water from a… Keep Reading

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Tiny tablet provides proof for the Torah

A fragment of cuneiform – This fragment is a receipt for payment made by a figure in the Old Testament Via The Telegraph: The sound of unbridled joy seldom breaks the quiet of the British Museum’s great Arched Room, which holds its collection of 130,000 Assyrian cuneiform tablets, dating back 5,000 years. But Michael Jursa,… Keep Reading

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The Mughrabi Ramp – the Real Story

Articles from the Israel Antiquities Authority: the Mughrabi Ramp – the Real Story The Real Story Why must excavations be conducted next to the Temple Mount Prehistory The Neolithic Period Israel Cross Highway Israel Cross Highway Beit Shean, (Nysa-Scythopolis) Introduction The Hellenistic Period The Roman Period The Roman Period, Archaeological Remains The Byzantine Period The… Keep Reading

Posted on in Archaeology/Israel/Today In Jewish History

Archaeology links

Links to sites of archaeological institutes in Israel and abroad, Museums, archaeological data bases, libraries etc, via Israel Antiquities Authority: Archaeological Information Banks The Biblical and Interpretations FORVM ANTIQVVM The Internet History Sourcebooks– The Internet History Sourcebooks Project [IHSP] is a world wide web project designed to provide easy access to primary sources and… Keep Reading

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