Fifteen feet underneath the City of David a man discovers several Roman missles or catapult stones also known as "Ballista" which were used by the Romans in the destruction of Jerusalem. The man returned them to the Israeli antiquities Authority and they were verified as authentic. They were found along the Pilgrim's Road in the City of David, Jerusalem.
Welcome to the Archaeology category of our Posts website section! Here, we delve into the fascinating world of archaeology and its relation to the Bible and ancient history. Our team of writers explores the latest archaeological discoveries, excavations, and research, shedding new light on the people, customs, and cultures of the past.
From the unearthing of ancient artifacts to the excavation of biblical sites, we explore the ways in which archaeology informs and enhances our understanding of the Bible and the ancient world. Our articles examine the historical context and significance of archaeological discoveries, and provide insights into the daily lives of ancient peoples.
Whether you're a seasoned archaeology enthusiast or just beginning to explore the subject, our Archaeology category has something for everyone. Join us on a journey through time as we uncover the secrets of the past and bring ancient history to life.