Top Biblical Archaeology Finds from 2020

Join us as we review our selection of top discoveries from the world of the Bible.

Coronavirus aside, 2020 was another major year in biblical archaeology. On today’s program, host Brent Nagtegaal and archaeological writer Christopher Eames reveal Watch Jerusalem’s choice of the top discoveries from the past year. These include inscriptions, major building programs and seal impressions – all of which affirm the biblical text as well as key biblical personalities.

Show Notes

Hebrew Inscription: ‘Surprising’ Indication of Israel’s Borders

Omride ‘Royal Estate’ Found in Northern Israel

120 Seals Discovered in Excavation of Hezekiah and Manasseh ‘Administration Center’

2,800-Year-Old Writings Reveal Royal Administration in Biblical Israel

Ornate First Temple Period Building Discovered at Jerusalem Promenade

Davidic-Era Fortress Discovered on the Golan Heights

Uncovering Biblical King Jeroboam II

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