“Kingdom of David and Solomon Discovered” showcases over three dozen artifacts from 10th-century b.c.e. biblical Israel. It marks the world premiere of the Ophel Pithos Inscription and a selection of artifacts discovered by Dr. Eilat Mazar in the City of David. The exhibit also features elements of monumental Jerusalem, including a Phoenician-style capital discovered in Jerusalem.

Discovered at archaeological sites across Israel, including Jerusalem, Timna, Lachish and Khirbet Qeiyafa, this unique collection of iron, pottery, stone and textiles are presented within a sensational exhibit featuring life-size monumental wall reconstructions, virtual reality tours, video presentations, and several original illustrations and artwork selections.

This exhibit is totally unique. This is the first time such a diverse collection of 10th-century archaeological finds have been collected in one place and presented in their broader scientific, historic and biblical context to reveal the monumental nature of the united monarchy during the reigns of kings David and Solomon.

This free exhibit is presented and funded by the Armstrong Institute of Biblical Archaeology in association with the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation, the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Israel Museum and the Israel Antiquities Authority.

This is Armstrong Auditorium’s third exhibit of biblical artifacts, following “Seals of Jeremiah’s Captors Discovered” (2012–2015) and “Seals of Isaiah and King Hezekiah Discovered” (2018–2019), which won Oklahoma Tourism’s 2020 award for Outstanding Temporary Exhibit. The exhibit is open to the public through Jan. 17, 2025. Admission is free. To book a tour, please click here.