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Isaiah Archaeological Find 43. The Tomb of the Priestly Hezir Family In an elaborate tomb complex cut into the wall of Jerusalem’s Kidron Valley is a Hebrew inscription identifying the burial cave as belonging to the descendants of Hezir. Description of the Find The names of three generations of priestly Hezir family members also appear in the inscription, verifying the existence of this priestly family mentioned in 1 Chronicles 24:15 and Nehemiah 10:20. Importance of the Find A list of the Levitical priests during King David’s time found in 1 Chronicles 24 includes the name of Hezir.
Features easy-to-understand descriptions of each of the proofs with accurate full-color pictures and photographs. CONTENTS Summary Archaelogical Finds 1–10 Archaelogical Finds 11–20 Archaelogical Finds 21–30 Archaelogical Finds 31–40 Archaelogical Finds 41–50 Details Archaeological Find 1. The Sumerian King List, One of History’s First Mentions of a Great Flood The Sumerians established the first civilization in the biblical world. Several clay tablets and prisms containing the list of their kings have been found in the ruins of Mesopotamia.
Dating from 841 BC, this important find is the only picture we have so far of an Israelite king. This is the first mention of tribute paid to Assyria by Israel. King Jehu’s reign is mentioned in 2 Kings 9-10, even though the tribute is not. ” Arvel Witte Book(s) of the Bible 2 Kings Archaeological Find 39. King Uzziah’s Burial Plaque A stone plaque, found on the grounds of the Russian church on the Mt. of Olives, reads: “Here, the bones of Uzziah, King of Judah, were brought. ” Description of the Find King Uzziah ruled Judah 792-740 BC, at the time that Amos, Hosea and Isaiah were prophesying.