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Lost city has links to biblical King David

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dlh

The professor sounds really desperate to not admit King David or King Solomon existed.  

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Essan
3 minutes ago, dlh said:

The professor sounds really desperate to not admit King David or King Solomon existed.  

They are to Israel what King Arthur is to Britain.   I would expect any archaeologist discovering remains of a Roman fort in southern Scotland or northern England, in use by trained cavalry 100 years after the Romans left Britain, to likewise speculate that it could be connected to the legends of King Arthur, whilst being careful not to suggest it proves he was a real person in himself.

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Piney
33 minutes ago, dlh said:

The professor sounds really desperate to not admit King David or King Solomon existed.  

There is no archaeological proof that they did.....

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paperdyer

Seeing that our real human records really only go back to about 1000 A.D. give or take, there are a lot of people and events there are no real evidence of.

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DirtyDocMartens

The article repeated an entire paragraph, which for me calls the entire content into question. If a person is that careless with his editing, there's no telling how careless he might be with facts, quotes, etc.

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