Archaeology: Enemy of the Palestinian Arabs
Archaeology continues to be an enemy of the palestinian Arabs and their false narrative.
Archaeologists have uncovered a small jug with a rare five-letter inscription, linking the 3,100-year-old ceramic artifact to a biblical judge mentioned in the Book of Judges.
The jug and ancient inscription — the first to feature the name ‘Jerubbaal’ — were found at a dig site in the Shahariya Forest, among Israel’s Judean Foothills, archeologists reported the discovery Monday in the Jerusalem Journal of Archaeology.
“The name of the Judge Gideon ben Yoash was Jerubbaal, but we cannot tell whether he owned the vessel on which the inscription is written in ink,” archaeologists said in a press release.
The inscribed jug, bearing the name Jerubbaal, was recovered from a subsurface storage pit lined with stones. Researchers suspect the small jug likely held a precious liquid, such as oil, perfume or medicine.
I guess they can always claim the Mossad travelled back in time and planted the items there, in order for the items to be conveniently discovered now in order to buttress our claims we were here first. Diabolical!
And now they might actually have “proof” in the form of another archaeological discovery:
Archaeologists have uncovered a mysterious stash of 80-million-year-old fossilized shark teeth at a 2,900-year-old site in Jerusalem’s City of David.
According to findings published in the peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, the 29 teeth are from animals that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, when dinosaurs still roamed the earth.
Researchers used strontium and oxygen isotope dating techniques and X-ray diffraction and trace element analysis to establish the age and origin of the teeth.
Clearly Zionist Death SharksTM, brought back in time.