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Biblical Archaeology discoveries made in 2013 have given us new information about biblical events and people. This list is subjective, and based on news reports rather than peer-reviewed articles in scientific publications.

These discoveries illustrate ...

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Laura Bentz

January 14, 2014  10:17am

Archeology supports the history of the Bible as being mostly true so this is always a welcome endeavor...

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Michael Steenson

January 07, 2014  5:07am

Interesting article, thanks for sharing!

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Prabo Mihindukulasuriya

January 01, 2014  12:48pm

11. Cinnamon at Tel Dor. Traces of cinnamaldehyde in ceramic flasks excavated from the Early Iron Age Phoenician port of Tel Dor raises probability of long distance trade with South Asia in the period of David and Solomon. 'Kinnamon' (a Phoenician term, according to Herodotus) is mentioned in the Bible as an ingredient in perfumed oils. The discovery was reported by Dvory Namdar, Ayelet Gilboa, Ronny Neumann, Israel Finkelstein and Steve Weiner in the Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry (Vol. 13:2).

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Nick Noll

January 01, 2014  10:46am

Where are the photos?!

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