A team of archeologists has made what could be a major discovery related to the biblical account of King David.
The team of Israel-based researchers recently uncovered a vast building that dates back to the time of King David’s reign (c. 1,000 B.C). The ancient building was discovered in Tel Eton, in the Hebron hills of Israel, which was, during King David’s time, a Canaanite town that supposedly had close ties with Israel.
The archaeologists first discovered a large, four-bedroom building dating all the way back to the 10th century B.C, according to measures taken via carbon dating. The reason this is so significant is that various skeptics have pointed out the fact that fortifications, public works or signs of statehood in the surrounding region dating back to this time had yet to be discovered. But with this latest finding, that point appears to have been proven wrong.
Author: Will Maule