Archeological Evidence

What is the greatest archeological find of the 20th Century? The Dead Sea Scrolls! A shepherd boy named Abu Dahoud tossed a stone in a cave hoping to find one of his sheep – the year was 1947; the place was Qumran, on the Northeast...

Just a few miles north of the Sea of Galilee is perhaps the largest tel in all of Israel, Hazor. This city controlled entrance into the Land from the north and guarded against invasion. Scriptural Significance Israel conquered Hazor under Joshua (see Joshua 11: 10 ff),...

Nof Ginosar, a kibbutz, is home to one of the more interesting archeological finds of the past few decades. Back in 1986, Israel was suffering through one of the worst droughts seen in recent history. As a result, the level of the Lake was extremely...

As you make your way from the top of the Mount and down toward the Kidron Valley, you’ll find a Roman Catholic Church called “Dominus Flevit.”  The name is derived from the Latin meaning, “The Lord Wept.” The building is purposely shaped like a tear drop....

Three Taverns is a town about 33 miles from Rome and represents an important confluence of roadway.  The main thoroughfare is the Appian Way. Intersections exist with roads leading to Tusculum, Alba Longa, and Antium.  As a result, this was a frequent meeting place...