Bible
History Archeology

A large amount of biblical, historical and archaeological resources

is currently being translated…

Suggested by Théo Truschel

The Four Temples in the Bible

The Four Temples in the Bible

The 1st Journey of the Apostle Paul

The Tabernacle in the desert

Nebuchadnezzar II

Archaeology linked to the biblical world

Archaeology linked to the biblical world

The Beginnings of Christianity
1st – 2nd centuries

The Samaritan’s Easter feast

The return of exile

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Bible, History & Archeology

Few subjects of study are as controversial as the relationship between archaeology and the biblical world. The encounter between these two fields raises passionate debates concerning history, politics and religion.


Video : a specialist consults an ancient Bible. The Bible is the most sold book in the world with a little more than 2.5 billion copies, translated in 2 454 languages and the first book to come out of Gutenberg’s printing press around 1450. © Fotolia 700F3990 02572.

Video Player For over a century and a half, archaeological sites have been established in Middle Eastern countries and yet many essential questions still have not been answered. The historical nature particularly, of many of the events recorded in the Scriptures, is far from being established.

The present investigation focuses on archaeological findings which relate to the biblical world. We have decided to present a selection of archaeological sites and artefacts which have a reliable connection to Scriptural content.

Moreover, some of the fundamental methods of this science were developed in this very context: the British scientist Flinders Petrie, for example, used stratigraphy for the first time in 1890 at the archaeological site of Tell el-Hesi in Judea.

Today, technological advances such as dendrochronology, thermoluminescence, archaeomagnetism, etc… have made it possible to apply increasingly sophisticated methods. Recent discoveries therefore shed light on events or periods of history which have little documentation outside the Bible, and this in all fields, whether political, administrative or religious.

The scene of our investigation is a vast geographical area that includes, in addition to Palestine, the entire Near and Middle East, which forms the backdrop of Hebrew history. The books relating to the birth of Christianity however concern only a part of the Mediterranean Near East, as well as Greece and Italy.

The period in question stretches from the second millennium before the Christian era, at the time of Abraham and the Patriarchs, to the beginning of the first millennium of our era, during the Roman epoch.

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last information 24/04/2021.