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Israel Museum Debuts King Herod Exhibit
Not too long ago, archaeologists in Jamestown, Virginia discovered the original church built in 1608. It's the place where Pocahontas married John Rolfe, and it’s also powerful evidence of America's Christian history.
Archaeologists digging beneath Jerusalem's Old City have discovered a huge reservoir near the Temple Mount that dates back to the time of King Solomon.
'Jesus' Wife' Papyrus Film Postponed amid Doubts
Israeli Archaeologists Unearth Solomon-Era Reservoir
This week on Jerusalem Dateline: CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell covers Iran’s move to make a nuclear bomb, the new archaeological discovery linked to Samson, football Israeli style, and more.
The Old Testament character, Samson, could be considered the world's first super hero. Now, Israeli archaeologists say they may have found evidence of the biblical strongman.
On Friday's CBN Newswatch: President Obama riding a wave of gay rights support, biblical facts proven by a new archaeological dig, abortion groups nervous about growing pro-life support, and more.
Artifacts from King David's Time Confirm Bible
An archaeological find in Israel sheds light on the existence of King David.
Rare Find: Archaeologists Uncover First Temple Seal
Archaeologists Find Rare 'Pure to God' Temple Seal
Archaeologists at Historic Jamestown say they've discovered the original 1608 church that was built at James Fort -- powerful evidence of America's Christian foundation.
Archaeologists in Jamestown, Virginia, believe they've made a major discovery. They're digging up what appears to be the remains of the original church at James fort built in 1608 and it's powerful evidence of America's Christian heritage.
Archaeologists at Jamestown are digging up what appears to be the remains of the original 1608 church at James Fort.
Everyone will soon have access to one of the greatest archaeological finds of the twentieth century as tech-giant Google is teaming up with the Israeli Antiquities Authority to put the Dead Sea Scrolls online
Israeli archaeologists say they've uncovered the oldest written document ever found in Jerusalem. It dates back thousands of years and the writings establish Jerusalem's importance long before King David.
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