Economic history, hidden in dung.
The city of Gezer.
The archaeological data, though sparse, support the biblical account.
An unprecedented discovery.
Solomon builds it for the Lord, but the Lord is not so impressed.
It predates King Solomon.
According to Josephus, the city was built by King Solomon.
It is generally agreed that, if Kings David and Solomon were historical personages, they would have lived in the 10th century BCE. But some scholars. . .
For many years, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) has maintained that an ivory pomegranate with a Hebrew inscription is a forgery, while other scholars have. . .
We rightly admire King Solomon for his unparalleled knowledge and wisdom, ignoring his later downfall and the loss of both his kingdom and his wealth.. . .