King Hezekiah’s Monumental Jerusalem Inscription

And a new tool in biblical archaeology: archaeomagnetism
Hezekiah inscription in Jerusalem (Photo: Vladimir Neichin, Elad foundation)
Vladimir Neichin | Elad foundation

New archaeomagnetic data accurately verifying the biblical accounts of multiple military campaigns against Israel and Judah has been found in a unique joint study between Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University. On today’s program, host Brent Nagtegaal discusses the significance of this new tool in biblical archaeology.

In the second half, Nagtegaal interviews aiba researcher Christopher Eames about a monumental stone inscription featuring the name of one of Judah’s greatest kings.

Let the Stones Speak

Show Notes

‘[He]zekiah’: First-of-Its-Kind ‘Monumental’ Inscription of a King of Judah Revealed

Breakthrough New Geomagnetic Research ‘Reveals the Truth Behind Biblical Narratives’

PNAS Study: Reconstructing Biblical Military Campaigns Using Geomagnetic Field Data

Archaeologists Reconstruct Biblical Conflicts Using Earth’s Magnetic Field by Ariel David