Home / Weird / Is this the first direct evidence of prophecy of Isaiah? The clay seal in the 2700-year-old Jerusalem is “signature” of the figures in the Bible,

Is this the first direct evidence of prophecy of Isaiah? The clay seal in the 2700-year-old Jerusalem is “signature” of the figures in the Bible,

The 2,700-year-old clay figure found in Jerusalem may take the “signature” of the prophet Isaiah Yesa.

Scientists believe that the Hebrew book is buried in waves as it is the “Sheikh Prophet”.

If so, the clay will be the first direct proof of the existence of Yeshua, apart from the Scriptures.

Archaeologists damage the cile because of the observation of the seals in the Ophel area and East Jerusalem between the “Archaeological City” and the “Temple”.

According to the Hebrew Bible, the beginning of the development of the Assyrian empire in the West is almost the same as the Torah, the call of Isaiah’s prophecy.

King Judea was an adviser to Hizekiah, In 701 he encouraged him to fight against the Assyrian army. They were in Jerusalem.

Archaeologists find the influence of the 10-foot King Scots from the book of Isaiah.

The mark of Yesaya (‘Yesha’yahu’ in Hebrew) can be seen, but without archaeological damage it can be unclear whether the Bible is Isaiah or another person with the same name of Anda.

“This is the scientific excavation, published in the Biblical Archeology Study, published to study the Eilat Mazar as an imprint of Hazrat Isayaya’s archaeologist,” said an archeology professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

“A biblical reference and archaeological first-time prophet Isaiah,” Robert Cargill, a professor of classics and religious studies at the University of Iowa, LiveScience, Iowa, confirms that the prophet will be the prophet.

The first means of providing soft clay, and subsequent negative perception, may be connected with binding yarns and flax bags or papyrus, according to Mazar ad, clay void, art protrusion, then clay felt

On the seal, there is a visible background of the area written by Mazar as “happiness and protection intention”.

The word “Nvy” also appears on the stamp. But archaeologists do not know what they mean.

The Mazar writes, if there is a word at the end of the Hebrew book “aleph”, which means a prophet.

However, when archaeologists examine damaged parts, they show nothing.

Without the Alez letters, Mazar says the word “nvy” could be a prophet because there is a place where the prophet NWY is written without aleph.

The Mazar writes that “nvy” may be a personal name in Jesuit or other prophets.

archaeologists

The excavations of Ophel are carried out under the sponsorship of Daniel Mintz and Meredith Berkman from New York.

Leave a comment

About admin