Sodom and gomorrah archaeological dating

Tall el-Hammam is certainly a significant site, but Sodom is surely to be found elsewhere. Tagged with Biblical Archaeology, Old Testament, abel, archaeology, archaeology review, bible, bible atlas, biblical, biblical arch, biblical archaeology review, biblicalarchaeology, biblicalarchaeology.org, dead sea, historicity of the bible, history of old testament, sodom and gomorrah, tall el-hammam, the dead sea,

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Ancient walls upto 10m high and gates have been uncovered at Tall el-Hammam in Jordan, where some researchers believe the remains of a ‘monstrous’ Bronze Age city match the Biblical description of Sodom, the city destroyed by God.Combine a one-year tablet and print subscription to BAR with membership in the BAS Library to start your journey into the ancient past today!Subscribe Today Biblical Archaeology Society Staff The article “True Colors: Digital Reconstruction Restores Original Brilliance to the Arch of Titus” by Steven Fine, Peter J. Sanders in the May/June 2017 issue of Biblical Archaeology Review describes digital scanning conducted on the famed Roman triumphal arch.I thought it might be helpful for readers of to know where to go for another perspective.The proposal that Tall el-Hammam is Sodom fails on at least two counts, and these are helpfully summarized by two experts in their respective subjects.