An Earth-Shaking Archaeological Discovery.
The archaeologists were stumped. What had happened to cause what they had just unearthed? In the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan, researchers had dug up a layer of destruction containing collapsed buildings and broken pieces of pottery. “This was most notable on the earliest floor of the southernmost room,” writes a team from the Antiquities Authority (IAA). “In this room, a row of smashed vessels was uncovered along its northern wall, above which fallen stones had been found. It appears that these stones were the upper part of the walls of the room, which had collapsed, destroying the vessels which had been set along the wall.”iBehold Israel
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