In 1999, a settlement called “Judahtown” (or Al-Yahudu in Babylonian) was discovered on administrative tablets from 2500 years ago. Over the next few years, dozens more legal documents were found that originated in that town, providing ample documentation of Jewish life in Babylon following the fall of Jerusalem. On today’s program, host Brent Nagtegaal shows how these mundane documents add further life to the biblical history of this time.
Why You Must Watch Jerusalem - watchjerusalem.co.il/151-why-you-mu…atch-jerusalem
The Modern State of Israel: Jewish, Israelite or Both - watchjerusalem.co.il/radio/watch-je…aelite-or-both
The Jews of Babylon - lawrenceschiffman.com/wp-content/upl…of-babylon.pdf
How Bad Was the Babylonian Exile - members.bib-arch.org/biblical-archa…-review/42/5/7
Judean Life in Babylonia - thetorah.com/judean-life-in-babylonia/