Found First Evidence of Biblical Tower of Babel
Biblical Tower : In 539 BC Cyrus the Great conquered Babylon and freed the Jewish people from their exile. The Bible records that, prior to this event, the Jews were scattered to various regions of the world as a result of their rebellion against God and the building of the Tower of Babel.
This famous Biblical story has been told and retold over the centuries, but scholars have long debated whether or not it was based on an actual event.
As a result, many have theorized that The Great Ziggurat was built by the Babylonians as a replica of an earlier tower which they believed was built by King Nimrod (also known as Cuth) in order to reach heaven. This theory has now been confirmed by the discovery of evidence confirming its existence.
Archaeologists have discovered the first physical evidence of the existence of the Biblical Tower of Babel :
Archaeologists have discovered the first physical evidence of the existence of the Biblical Tower of Babel – an ancient tablet dating back to the 6th century BC. The plate depicts the tower and Nebuchadnezzar II, ruler of Mesopotamia.
The memorial plaque was found about 100 years ago, but only now scientists have begun to study it. This discovery became an important proof of the existence of the Minaret, which, according to biblical history, led to the appearance of various languages on Earth.
Scientists suggest that the construction of the Biblical Tower near Nabopolassar was started during the reign of King Hammural (circa 1792–1750 BC). However, the construction was completed only 43 years later, in the time of Nebuchadnezzar (604–562 BC).
According to scientists, the contents of the ancient tablet largely correspond to the biblical story. In this regard, the question arose that if the tower really existed, then how true is the story of God’s wrath, which deprived the people of a common language. Maybe someday this question will be answered.
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