Almost 3000 year old “magnificent palace” discovered in Jerusalem
Archaeologists in Israel claim to have discovered a “magnificent palace” built about 3,000 years ago, dating from the time when the Christian-inspired book “The Gospel” was the Jewish Kingdom of Jerusalem.
The intricately carved stone carvings and some other remains of the same palace were found about three kilometers from the old city of Jerusalem.
Archaeologists say the remains were neatly and tidily buried, but they couldn’t figure out why this was done.
Experts believe the palace was built in the 8th or 7th century BC. vs.
The area in which it was discovered is now the area of the East Talpot in Jerusalem. During the discovery, experts also found three stone relics on the palace pillars and expensive window frames.
Israel’s archaeological department said it was “surprised” when the remains of the stones were discovered on the pillars on which they were stacked.
“It is not yet known who hid the remains and why, but we will do our best to find out,” said Professor Yakov Blog, head of the excavation project.Professor Blaig says this magnificent building was built during the Babylonian invasion of Jerusalem in 586 BC. Was destroyed. vs.
Secret of the ‘Magnificent Palace’ found in Jerusalem
Israeli archaeologists have discovered what they call evidence of a “fascinating” palace from the days of a Biblical Jewish kingdom in Jerusalem.About 3 km south of the old city of Jerusalem, a rich carving of stone and other remains associated with such a building was found.
Archaeologists say some of the artifacts were carefully buried, though they did not know why.
The palace is believed to have been built in the 8th or 7th century BC. Is built. vs.
Among the remains found so far in the East Talpiot District, also known as Armon Hanatziv, are the three ornate and carved stone capitals that decorated the top of the columns, as well as elements of luxurious frames of the window.
( The pillar capitals identified in the current construction of the First Temple period [10th to 6th centuries BC] are most beautiful and impressive to date) the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) said in a statement.
The IAA expressed “overwhelming surprise” that two of the three capitals were found to be “carefully buried in each other”.
“At this point it is still difficult to say who hid the capitals the way they were discovered and why they did it,” said Professor Yaakov Billig, director of the excavation, “but he did not.” doubt this is any of the secrets. on this unique page where we will try to offer a solution. “”
Professor Billig says that the great building was probably during the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem in 586 BC. It’s broken. vs.
The ILO says that anyone living in a “massive” structure with a “spectacular” view today is known as the City of David, or Wadi Hilweh in Arabic, and the Jewish temple on a sacred plateau. of Temple Mount and Muslims such as Haram al-Sharif.Residents could be one of the kings of Judah or the wealthy family of a nobleman, the IAA suggested.
The carvings decorated in the capital cities are a prominent visual symbol of the period of the kingdoms of Judah and Israel, according to the IAA, and appear as one of the motifs in the modern five-cycle state coin. from Israel.