Last week, Israel National News reported a very unique find has been made near the Zion Gate of the Old City of Jerusalem. It’s a limestone ritual vessel from the Second Temple period inscribed with not one, but 10 (ten!) lines of Hebrew or Aramaic text (which is still being debated). This is an extremely rare find, the first of its kind. Archaeologists say that because of the rare script used. Although the letters are very clear, they say it could take up to six months to translate the text, due to the unfamiliar cursive script. Can’t wait to find out what it says…
You can read the full report here:
- Second Temple Stone Quarry Discovered
- 1,500 Year Old Church Unearthed in Israel
- Earliest Fragments of the Gospel of Mark Found?
- Pirkei Avot Text
- Historical House of Jesus Found?