Arthur Ernest Cowley looking at Hebrew speech and writing.
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Masada, Hebrew H̱orvot Meẕada (“Ruins of Masada”), ancient mountaintop fortress ( metsada, “fortress”) in southeastern Israel, site of the Jews’ last stand against the Romans after the fall of Jerusalem in 70 ce. Masada occupies the entire top of an isolated mesa near the southwest coast of the Dead Sea. The rhomboid-shaped mountain towers 1,424 […]
For almost two hundred years after the impalement of Christ, Roman cities are entirely devoid of any trace of early Christians; to date, no one has ever found any object that’s been plausibly connected to them. Some archaeologist and historians think that many of Jesus’ followers — men and women who lived in the first, […]
In the late 1940s, young Bedouin goatherds discovered a cave in the Judean Desert, bored like the path of a giant termite into the hillside. Within the cave the teenagers found something puzzling: ancient jars in rows. The jars held the first of the parchments that would come to be known as the Dead Sea […]
The Messianic writings tell about rabbi Jeshua (Jesus Christ) going to the different places in synagogues in Capernaum and other synagogues in Galilee. Recently ruins found at a site called Tel Rechesh, near Mount Tabor in the Nahal Tavor Nature Reserve in lower Galilee, dating back to 79 ce, the year when the Romans attacked Jerusalem, […]
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In 1913 Raymond Weill excavated in the “City of David” and found a large limestone block—ca. 30 in. x 16 in.—that contained a clear 10 line Greek inscription. “Theodotus Synagogue Inscription” found in Jerusalem. Click on image to Enlarge and/or Download. The inscription reads: “Theodotos, son of Vettenos, priest and…
Having found a way to read the Bible, using some dictionaries and a concordance, an alphabetical list of the principal words used in the Book of books, the Bible, with their immediate contexts, you can find people around you to talk about the read material, but you can also find articles on the net about […]