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Thousands of years of history lie beneath Rome's buildings, and the churches are no different.
Archaeological evidence once again suggests that biblical accounts can be reliable historical sources.
A small church in Kent has provided clues to the spread of English Christianity and ancient international relations.
The mosaic was discovered at an early Christian church near the Sea of Galilee.
Artifacts suggest the Bible is accurate in its description of First Temple-era Jerusalem as a land of riches.
The property is set beside a castle in the village of Mi’ilya.
A matter of translation ended up weaving a unique Christian iconographic tradition.
It is from the year 250, and is written in Greek.
Excavating the remains of the city of Gath, archaeologists have found even older unusually large buildings and fortifications.
Even a letter so brief and full of pleasantries can teach us much about the ancient world.