Pre-Roman Jewish foundation of Jerusalem confirmed

“This discovery bridges a certain gap in Jerusalem’s settlement sequence,” says excavation co-director.

Inside this ruin in Jerusalem coins from fist century B.C has been discovered.
Inside this ruin in Jerusalem coins from fist century B.C has been discovered.

Despite over 100 years of exhaustive excavations throughout Jerusalem’s City of David, archeologists have been unable to find a single significant structure from the Hasmonean period, until now.

On Tuesday, following months of delicate probing and analysis, the Antiquities Authority announced an unprecedented finding – a 4- meter-high building from the second century BCE, covering some 64 square meters, with dozens of ancient coins still lying on its floors.

The structure, enclosed by walls made of roughly hewn limestone blocks more than a meter thick, was found earlier this year in the Givati parking lot, located by the walls surrounding the City of David National Park.

The Hasmonean dynasty, descendants of the Maccabee family, ruled Judea and surrounding areas from 141-37 BCE, during classical antiquity.

In 37 BCE the Hasmoneans fell to Herod the Great, of Edomite descent, and the Herodian dynasty began.

Source: Jerusalem Post.

My comment:

Why is the discovery of these coins important?

The Islamic propaganda machinery keeps on segmenting a lie told million of times. lie. From childhood Arabs are indotriated to believe that there is no pre-Roman Jewish connection to Jerusalem.

But these coins from the Jewish Hasmonean kingdoms will forever expose these liars.

Muhammad was born in 570 A.D, and the city of Jerusalem can under no circumstances be of Islamic origin. Only occupied by the Jihad movement.

The finding of the Hasmonean coins underlines that Jerusalem is a Jewish city, and should stand united as the capital of one state, only. The state of Israel.

Written by Ivar

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