DIGGIN’ IT: A bad day frozen in time

Archaeologists from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte recently announced they and Israeli colleagues in the “Mount Zion Archaeological Project” have uncovered poignant remains from the brutal day Babylonian soldiers pillaged the city of Jerusalem around 587/586 BCE. Nebuchadnezzar’s forces had previously defeated Jerusalem in 597, but chose to take its leading citizens into […]

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