ARCHAELOGY 

A Team Of Archaeologist Opens Jesus Christ’s Tomb For The First Time In 500 Years

The lid of the tomb in which Jesus lay after his crucifixion has been removed for the first time since 500 years ago and archaeologists found what is said to be the burial bed of Christ. Fredrik Hiebert, an archaeologist from National Geographic, took part in the restoration project of the tomb in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem. He said that the shrine of Jesus had been destroyed numerous times by earthquakes, fire and invasions throughout the centuries and archaeologists had not known if it had been…

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HISTORY 

Archaeologists Discover Ancient Cheese That Is 2,000 Years Older Than Jesus Christ

Over the past year, archaeology has amplified in their methods thanks to improved methods and the advancement of technology. Because of this fact, the Inquisitr reported on new discoveries and research that wouldn’t be possible at an earlier time. For example, through satellite images, archaeologists are able to pinpoint the location of Genghis Khan’s tomb. On the other hand, mysteries of already-discovered artifacts are being unveiled, in which researchers figured out with the etchings on the Shigir Idol mean. With all the progressions made in archaeology, there are some discoveries…

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ARCHAELOGY 

Archaeology Discovery: First Century Synagogue Confirms New Testament Accounts of Jesus Christ

The recently discovered ruins of a first century synagogue in Israel confirm historic accounts of Jesus’ life found in the New Testament. Located near Mount Tabor in the Nahal Tavor Nature Reserve in the lower Galilee at a site called Tel Rechesh, the synagogue ruins date back to the time of the Second Temple period, which ended in AD 79 when the Romans attacked Jerusalem. Motti Aviam, a senior researcher at the Kinneret Institute for Galilean Archaeology at the Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee, explained in a statement…

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