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Archaeological and Bethlehem
Archaeological evidence in the form of an elaborate mosaic floor similar to the one in the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem and multiple fragments of an elaborate marble Templon ( chancel screen ) prove that an elaborate Byzantine church or monastery or other public building stood on the Temple Mount in Byzantine times, presumably the aforementioned Holy Wisdom Church.

Archaeological and Israelite
In his footsteps followed Thomas L. Thompson with his lengthy Early History of the Israelite People: From the Written & Archaeological Sources ( 1992 ) and, building explicitly on Thompson's book, P. R. Davies ' shorter work, In Search of ' Ancient Israel ' ( 1992 ).
The Early History of the Israelite People: From the Written and Archaeological Sources.
Archaeological findings have identified remains from the Israelite period ..
Archaeological garden showing Israelite column capitals.
Archaeological support for Mazar's dating and attribution to a 10th-century Israelite king may have increased following finds at Khirbet Qeiyafa, viewed by some archaeologists and paleographers as confirming the existence of a centralized and powerful Israelite kingdom in the early 10th century.

Archaeological and city
Archaeological evidence indicates that in the latter half of the Middle Bronze Age ( circa 1700 BCE ) the city enjoyed some prosperity, its walls having been strengthened and expanded.
The city lived a period of particular splendour: the Biblioteca Palatina ( Palatine Library ), the Archaeological Museum, the Picture Gallery and the Botanical Garden were founded, together with the Royal Printing Works directed by Giambattista Bodoni.
Archaeological remains from the 5th century BC confirmed the existence of a city at the sea, trading with Greeks and Gauls.
Archaeological evidence for the beginnings of the Iron age in Sri Lanka is found at Anuradhapura, where a large city – settlement was founded before 900 BC.
Archaeological evidence indicates that the construction of the first city wall took place in the last quarter of the 12th century.
Reggio, with Naples and Taranto, is home to one of the most important archaeological museums, the prestigious National Archaeological Museum of Magna Græcia, dedicated to Ancient Greece ( which houses the famous Bronzes of Riace, rare example of Greek bronze sculpture, which became one of the symbols of the city ).
* The Archaeological Museum, inaugurated in 1967, was constructed to house the exhibit of the huge Gorgon pediment of the Artemis temple in the ancient city of Korkyra, excavated at Palaiopolis in early 20th century.
Archaeological excavations of a number of sites, later identified as Canaanite, show that prosperity of the region reached its apogee during this Middle Bronze Age period, under leadership of the city of Hazor, at least nominally tributary to Egypt for much of the period.
* Underwater Archaeological Field School in a Roman portuary city.
Archaeological studies in and around the city have yielded at least 26 ancient Iron Age sites that contain many metallurgical tools and objects, illuminating the pre-European history of the city and surrounding area.
The city is also home to the National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona.
Archaeological remains, although fragmentary, suggest the idea of a flourishing and lively city.
Pocinho is near the city of Foz Côa, which is close to Côa Valley Paleolithic Art site, ( an Archaeological pre-historic patrimony ) another UNESCO Heritage Sight.
The ruins of the city remained undocumented for over 3, 700 years, until their discovery in 1922 by Rakhaldas Bandyopadhyay, an officer of the Archaeological Survey of India.
Archaeological evidence suggests that Teotihuacan was a multi-ethnic city, with distinct quarters occupied by Otomi, Zapotec, Mixtec, Maya and Nahua peoples.
* Archaeological excavations in the city of Gorinchem ( in Dutch )
The city of St. Augustine, Florida is home to the Fountain of Youth National Archaeological Park, a tribute to the spot where Ponce de León is traditionally said to have landed.
In the first field he was in a part of his work connected with the Hemenway Archaeological Expedition and in the second worked for Henry Villard of New York, and for the American Museum of Natural History of the same city.
Almost no aboveground vestiges of the ancient city survive in Kadıköy today ; artifacts uncovered at Altıyol and other excavation sites are on display at the Istanbul Archaeological Museum.
Archaeological evidence suggests that Great Zimbabwe became a centre for trading, with artifacts suggesting that the city formed part of a trade network linked to Kilwa and extending as far as China.
Archaeological explorations have produced evidence of urban settlement in three parts of the modern city: in the Kremlin ; in Bişbalta at the site of the modern Zilantaw monastery ; and near the Qaban lake.
Archaeological investigations attest the presence of human communities on the present territory of the city and around it as far back as the prehistoric age.
Archaeological evidence shows neolithic settlements in the city and area dating from 5, 000 to 2, 000 BCE.

Archaeological and was
Ancient Balkh or Bactria was an integral part of Bactria – Margiana Archaeological Complex, and was occupied by Indo-Iranians.
Archaeological findings in the Sarawak river delta reveal that the area was once a thriving trading centre between India and China from the 500's until about 1300 AD.
Archaeological evidence suggests that Dumbarton Rock was largely abandoned and that Govan replaced it as the chief place of the kingdom of Strathclyde, as Alt Clut was later known.
Archaeological research indicates that people once lived at a much higher elevation along the river than they do today, probably because the river was higher or the floods more severe.
Archaeological exploration of the pre-Islamic period of Afghanistan began in Afghanistan in earnest after World War II and proceeded until the late 1970s when the nation was invaded by the Soviet Union.
Archaeological evidence also suggests that Chamorro society was on the verge of another transition phase by 1521, as latte stones became bigger.
Archaeological evidence indicates that what was to become England was colonised by humans long before the rest of the British Isles because of its more hospitable climate between and during the various glacial periods of the distant past.
Archaeological evidence also suggests that Chamorro society was on the verge of another transition phase by 1521, as latte stones became bigger.
Lykaion was initially excavated by the Greek Archaeological Service, first in 1897 by archaeologist K. Kontopoulos and again in 1902 by K. Kourouniotes.
" Experts at the Archaeological Institute of America show that the term was used when Moses " returned to his people after seeing as much of the Glory of the Lord as human eye could stand ," and his face " reflected radiance.
Archaeological studies show that this practice was abandoned only at the end of Mieszko's reign, when his position was already well-established.
Archaeological research has revealed that there was a funerary and cult center at Kfar HaHoresh, about two miles ( 3 km ) from current Nazareth, dating back roughly 9000 years to the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B era.
** Archaeological finds suggest that worship of Demeter and Persephone was widespread in Sicily and Greek Italy.
The exact location was then lost, owing to more than 500 years of subsequent development, until the archaeological investigations of 2012 ( see the Archaeological investigation section ) revealed the site of the garden and of Greyfriars church.
Archaeological evidence of obsidian use provides data on how this material was increasingly the preferred choice rather than chert from the late Mesolithic to Neolithic, requiring exchange as deposits of obsidian are rare in the Mediterranean region.
Tajikistan was part of the Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex in the Bronze Age, candidate for Proto-Indo-Iranian or Proto-Iranian culture.
Archaeological evidence indicates Tlaloc was worshipped in Mesoamerica before the Aztecs even settled there in 13th century AD.
Archaeological evidence, such as a cuneiform inscription, indicates that the Urartian military fortress of Erebuni ( Էրեբունի ) was founded in 782 BC ( 29 years earlier than Rome ) by the orders of King Argishti I at the site of current-day Yerevan, to serve as a fort and citadel guarding against attacks from the north Caucasus.

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