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Biblical Archaeology Uncovers The Ancient Past

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Samson Mosaic | Jim Haberman

The world is rich with artifacts that give insight to the people and events mentioned in the Bible, particularly in the Middle and Near East. Archaeology can provide answers and insight into hotly debated questions, and some pretty amazing artifacts have already been discovered, such as a box that may contain a piece of the cross that Jesus Christ was crucified on as well as remnants of Solomon's Temple.

Check out the fascinating finds here:

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