posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 12:17 PM
There has been no archelogical evidance found that contradicts the bible
They found the city of Hazor
They found the remains of Sodom and Gomorrah
They have found evidance of Hebrews in Egyption Tombs as well as what looks to be Jacobs tomb
The palace at Jericho where Eglon, king of Moab, was assassinated by Ehud (Judges 3:15-30). They also found the walls fell outward and the place was
evacuated quickly (still food and grain in the city after it was abandoned)
The east gate of Shechem where Gaal and Zebul watched the forces of Abimelech approach the city (Judges 9:34-38).
The Temple of Baal/El-Berith in Shechem, where funds were obtained to finance Abimelech's kingship and where the citizens of Shechem took refuge when
Abimelech attacked the city (Judges 9:4, 46-49).
The pool of Gibeon where the forces of David and Ishbosheth fought during the struggle for the kingship of Israel (2 Samuel 2:12-32).
The Pool of Heshbon, likened to the eyes of the Shulammite woman (Song of Songs 7:4).
The royal palace at Samaria where the kings of Israel lived (1 Kings 20:43; 21:1, 2; 22:39; 2 Kings 1:2; 15:25).
The Pool of Samaria where King Ahab's chariot was washed after his death (1 Kings 22:29-38).
The water tunnel beneath Jerusalem dug by King Hezekiah to provide water during the Assyrian siege (2 Kings 20:20; 2 Chronicles 32:30).
The royal palace in Babylon where King Belshazzar held the feast and Daniel interpreted the handwriting on the wall (Daniel 5).
The royal palace in Susa where Esther was queen of the Persian king Xerxes (Esther 1:2; 2:3, 5, 9, 16).
The royal gate at Susa where Mordecai, Esther's cousin, sat (Esther 2:19, 21; 3:2, 3; 4:2; 5:9, 13; 6:10, 12).
The Square in front of the royal gate at Susa where Mordecai met with Halthach, Xerxes' eunuch (Esther 4:6).
The foundation of the synagogue at Capernaum where Jesus cured a man with an unclean spirit (Mark 1:21-28) and delivered the sermon on the bread of
life (John 6:25-59).
The house of Peter at Capernaum where Jesus healed Peter's mother-in-law and others (Matthew 8:14-16).
Jacob's well where Jesus spoke to the Samaritan woman (John 4).
The Pool of Bethesda in Jerusalem, where Jesus healed a crippled man (John 5:1-14).
The Pool of Siloam in Jerusalem, where Jesus healed a blind man (John 9:1-4).
The tribunal at Corinth where Paul was tried (Acts 18:12-17).
The theater at Ephesus where the riot of silversmiths occurred (Acts 19:29). - See picture at top
Herod's palace at Caesarea where Paul was kept under guard (Acts 23:33-35).