10 Days of Archaeology: Day One – Hezekiah Bulla

Epic Archaeology, which I have featured here before, run by Ted Wright has provided several infographics about different archaeological artifacts that relate or even support the biblical narrative. For the next ten days I will feature some of the infographics Epic Archaeology has produced. There are over two dozen infographics so they are well worth taking a look at.

Hezekiah Bulla

I have posted on this discovery before, so I will not go into to much detail, but this bulla (clay seal stamp) was discovered in 2009. This royal seal, that would be impressed upon scrolls, is over 2,700 years old. Here is a short video about it:

And another video:

You can check out other archaeological discoveries related to the bible here:



A Guide to Internet Archaeology


Clay Seal of King Josiah’s Aide Found

Ring of Pontius Pilate Discovered

Caiaphas Ossuary

The Prophet Isaiah

23 New Testament Figures Confirmed

History Has Gone to the Toilets-The Ancient Latrine of Lachish

Virtual Unwrapping of Levitical Scroll

City of Geza

Philistine Cemetery

Ancient Shopping List Provides Evidence of When Bible Was Written

Hezekiah Bulla

12th Dead Sea Scroll Cave Found!


53 People in the Old Testament Confirmed Archaeologically

New ESV Archaeology Study Bible