‘Kingdom of David and Solomon Discovered’ Archaeology Exhibit Opening Ceremony

Exhibit Opening

On February 25, the Kingdom of David and Solomon archaeological exhibit opened in Armstrong Auditorium in Edmond Oklahoma. The 75-minute program included musical selections and speeches by archaeologists from Israel, with the keynote address by Armstrong Institute of Biblical Archaeology founder Mr. Gerald Flurry. “Kingdom of David and Solomon Discovered” showcases nearly 50 artifacts from 10th-century B.C.E. biblical Israel.

It marks the world premiere of both the Ophel Pithos inscription and the Ophel Electrum Basket Pendant - the oldest golden artifact found in Jerusalem. It also features other unique iron, pottery, stone and textile items discovered at archaeological sites across Israel, including Jerusalem, Timna, Lachish and Khirbet Qeiyafa. It runs from Feb. 25, 2024, to Jan. 31, 2025.

Let the Stones Speak