Archaeologists searching for the Ark of the Covenant, found a clue in the excavations at Shiloh

Archaeologists searching for the Ark of the Covenant in Shiloh (now Shiloh), found ancient clues by which they can prove that this place was the stone tablets with the 10 Commandments, reports The Christian Post.

Discovery of the archaeologists from the Associates for Biblical Research began 10 giant jugs times to the first Temple. Scientists say that these vessels are valuable and can indicate that the city was attacked suddenly as described in the Bible. Also, archaeologists have uncovered a ritual bowl that could be used in the Tabernacle.

The head of the team Dr. Scott stripling noted that unlike many other modern Israeli archaeologists, his team has a strong faith in God and the authenticity of the Bible.

Shiloh is mentioned in the Bible as the place where the Ark and Tabernacle, was revered around 369 years.

The Bible says that Shiloh was destroyed when attacked by the Philistines who also stole the ark of the Covenant.

Dr. stripling intends to continue the excavations over the next 10 years to further prove the reliability of the Bible.

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