Dating sit 2016
An ancient city gate and shrine that King Hezekiah ordered to be destroyed during the eighth century B.
C., according to the Hebrew Bible, are seeing the light of day following an excavation in Israel, archaeologists reported today (Sept. The so-called gate-shrine is likely evidence of actions taken by King Hezekiah, the 12th king of Judea, to abolish idols, according to the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA).
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The latest excavation, which took place from January to March 2016, focused on uncovering the entire gate, the IAA said.
The excavation was no small task, as the gate is the largest one in Israel dating back to the First Temple period, a time when the kingdom used the temple built by King Solomon, the IAA said.
In the Hebrew Bible, a verse explains how "He [Hezekiah]removed the high places, smashed the sacred stones and cut down the Asherah poles [associated with a sacred goddess]…" (II Kings 18:4), the IAA said.A rep for Dennings did not respond to request for comment. i Find is an online dating search tool that has been developed to help you investigate whether your partner is cheating on you.Within a few minutes, you will know whether your partner has an online dating account or not. That's right, just a few minutes and you will know the truth about your partner's online dating activities.
i Find helps you to catch a cheating partner without revealing your personal information."The size of the gate is consistent with the historical and archaeological knowledge we possess," Sa'ar Ganor, an excavation director with the Israel Antiquities Authority, said in a statement.