Results from Tag: 'archaeology'
‘God is the author of Sacred Scripture because he inspired its human authors; he acts in them and by means of them. He thus gives assurance that their writings teach without error his saving truth.’ (Catechism 136)
Discovery of large Greek mosaic seems to bolster the theory that a church was built over the home of Sts. Peter and Andrew at the el Araj archaeological site, which could be the location of the lost city of Bethsaida, according to archaeologist.
Michael Hesemann’s latest book has detailed some surprising finds about Jesus and St. Joseph.
A team from the company Pre-Construct Archaeology temporarily uncovered an 11th-century chalk-lined grave, which contained a well-preserved complete skeleton believed to be that of a monk.
Archaeologists say that a recent excavation within the area once encompassed by Herod’s palace may have uncovered the site.