HAVE ARCHAEOLOGISTS UNCOVERED THE REMAINS OF NOAH’S ARK? DIMENSIONS MATCH BIBLICAL DESCRIPTION
Josh Plank | October 3, 2021
Josh Plank writes, “Researchers studying a boat-shaped formation in the mountains of Turkey have announced plans to conduct archaeological excavations at the site after new data suggests that the formation could be a man-made structure that appears to match the biblical description of Noah’s ark.”The researchers “are hoping to perform further scans of the site, collect core drilling samples, and ultimately conduct archaeological excavations to determine what really lies beneath the mysterious formation.”
“According the biblical book of Genesis, Noah’s ark came to rest on the ‘mountains of Ararat’ after the great flood. The Durupinar site is located in the foothills of the Akyayla Mountain, about 32 kilometers (20 miles) south of the summit of Mount Ararat.”
AUTHOR: josh Plank is an author at World Israel News.
This article was published October 3, 2021 by World Israel News and is archived at https://jewishwebsite.com/featured/rare-biblical-balm-of-gilead-engraving-found-on-2000-year-old-seal-in-jerusalem/76375/.
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