Archaeological Discovery: 10th Century BC Wall Evidence of King David's Battle in 2 Samuel 8:13

Archaeologists have excavated an ancient wall dating back to the 10th century B.C. in southern Israel’s Arava desert region, which some experts say alludes to the biblical story of King David capturing the land of Edom, as found in 2 Samuel 8:13. Breaking Israel News reports that a copper smelting site was also uncovered along with the wall at the Timna copper mines. The wall once stood at least 16.5 feet tall, researchers estimate, and ran for hundreds of meters.

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