Biblical Archaeology’s Top Ten Discoveries of 2014

Christianity Today is out with their list of the top Archaeology discoveries of 2014 related to the Bible. Topping the list is the discovery of Harrods Gate, the monumental entrance to the inner court yard of the Herodium. The second top archaeological find of 2014 was the discovery of six clay seal impressions from the 10th century BC. They indicate significant administrative activity near Gaza, continuing to support the existence of a major Jerusalem based Kingdom in the 10th century. The findings debunk earlier views that David and Solomon were minor or mythological leaders and not the major rulers depicted in the Bible.

See the full list here.