Ancient tablets disclose Jewish exiles’ life in Babylonia

2,500-year-old said to be the most important ancient Jewish archive since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls. A little known collection of more than 100 clay tablets in Cuneiform script, dating back to the Babylon Exile some 2,500 years ago, was unveiled this week, allowing a glimpse into the everyday life of one of …

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Top 10 Biblical Archaeology Discoveries in 2014

From the translation of a Babylonian “Ark Tablet” to the resurfacing of a skeleton from Ur in a museum basement, 2014 was a year full of exciting Biblical archaeology discoveries and new interpretations. As we ring in the New Year, let’s take a look back at the top 10 finds that thrilled us in 2014. …