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Galile’de topraktan çıkarılan tabletler 1500 yıl evvelki Yahudi hayatını gün ışığına çıkardı

İsrail’in kuzeyinde bulunan Galile bölgesinde toprak altında bulunan tabletlerdeki İbranice yazıtlar, bölgede 1500 yıl evvel Yahudilerin yaşadığını gösteriyor. Arkeologlar tabletlerin bulunduğu bölgede antik bir Yahudi köyü olduğunu belirtiyor.

1960 yılından beri çeşitli üniversitelerin arkeologları bölgede antik çağda Yahudi varlığı olduğuna dair teoriler ileri sürüyodu. Teorilerin gelişmesinde en büyük etken Galile Gölünün dibinden çıkartılan bir Bizans dönemi rıhtım kalıntısı idi.

Rıhtım kalıntısından elde edilen bilgiler bölgedeki Yahudi hayatını işaret etmesine rağmen elle tutulur bir fiziksel kanıt olmaktan uzaktı.

Ancak geçtiğimiz hafta Hayfa Üniversitesi arkeologları bölgede yaptıkları araştırmada büyük bir tablet ortaya çıkardı.

1500 yaşında olduğu sanılan tablette bulunan İbranice yazılar ilk olarak 1960’da ortaya atılan teoriyi destekler nitelikte.

Hayfa Üniversitesi Araştırma Ekibi Başkanı Profesör Michal Artzy tarihi bulgu ile ilgili olarak Yedioth Aharonot gazetesine şöyle konuştu: “Bulunan taş yazıtlar bugüne kadar teori, folklor niteliğinde olan iddiayı teyit etmektedir.

Tablete göre burada Kursi adlı yerleşim bölgesi vardı. Kursi, İncil’e göre, İsa Peygamber’in ziyaret ettiği ve mucize gerçekleştirdiği kasaba idi.”

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Is this where Jesus performed The Miracle of the Swine?

1,600-year-old Hebrew slab points to the site of Kursi where Christ exorcised a man possessed by demons

Marble slab with Hebrew inscription discovered east of Sea of Galilee
1,600-year-old stone may have been part of an ancient synagogue
Researchers said it confirms the location of a Jewish settlement at Kursi
Experts think it marks the Land of the Gederenes, where Jesus exorcised a man, casting demons among a swine herd, as told in the New Testament

n the Biblical book of Mark, the apostle describes how Jesus freed a man 'possessed by the devil' by casting his demons into pigs.

The event is known as the Miracle of the Swine, and now a 1,600-year-old slab found on the eastern shores of the Sea of Galilee could pinpoint the exact location of this incident.

In particular, archaeologists believe the marble slab inscribed with Hebrew adds to mounting evidence that the event took place in Kursi, also referred to as the Land of Gederenes.Archaeologists have uncovered a 1,600-year-old marble slab (shown) with Hebrew inscriptions. They believe it marks the location of Kursi on the eastern shores of the Sea of Galilee. Experts have so far identified the words 'amen' and 'marmaria', which could either refer to marble, Mary or Rabbi

The slab measures 55 inches by 26 inches (140cm by 70cm).

So far, experts have identified the words 'amen' and 'marmaria' inscribed into the stone, which could either refer to marble, Mary or Rabbi.

The researchers at the University of Haifa, Israel, with the Antiquities Authority and the Nature and Parks Authority, are now trying to decipher the other words engraved using the Aramaic language.

References are made to Land of the Gederenes, and the exorcism, at various points in the books of the apostles Luke, Mark and Matthew.

n Mark 5:13, for example, the apostle wrote: 'And the unclean spirits went out, and entered into the swine: and the herd ran violently down a steep place into the sea.'

Whatever its exact inscription, the researchers said the slab confirms, for the first time, that the ancient settlement at the site was Jewish or Judeo-Christian.

'The presence of a Jewish site on the eastern shores of the Sea of Galilee is a very rare phenomenon,' Dr Haim Cohen said.




According to the Bible, the 'Land of the Gederenes' - thought to be Kursi - is the site of the Miracle of the Swine during which the apostles Luke, Mark and Matthew explained that Jesus rid a possessed man of demons (illustrated in this Medieval picture) and sent the demons into pigs
Researchers Dr Haim Cohen and Professor Michal Artzyare (pictured left and right) are now trying to decipher the rest of the Aramaic words engraved on the slab. Whatever its exact inscription, the researchers said the slab confirms, for the first time, that the ancient settlement at the site was Jewish or Judeo-Christian
WHAT DOES THE SLAB SAY?

The slab, which is 2,600 years old, is engraved in the Aramaic language in Hebrew letters.

Experts have so far identified the words 'amen' and 'marmaria,' which could either refer to marble, Mary or Rabbi.

The researchers at the University of Haifa, Israel, with the Antiquities Authority and the Nature and Parks Authority, are now trying to decipher the other words engraved using the Aramaic language.

Whatever its exact inscription, the slab confirms for the first time that the ancient settlement at the site was Jewish or Judeo-Christian.

'Until now we have not had any proof that Jewish settlements existed during this period along the eastern shores of the Sea of Galilee.'

The existence of an ancient settlement at the site has been known since the 1960s.

Remnants of a large breakwater under the sea, as well as stones possibly belonging to a public building, have subsequently been uncovered.

More recently, though, a sharp fall in the level of the Sea of Galilee enabled researchers to return to the excavations around the breakwater.

This revealed that the ancient harbour was much larger than had previously been thought.

The findings led the archaeologists to study the Bible and look for similar sites mentioned in the book.

They are now confident the site is the Land of the Gederenes referred to in the New Testament.

Jesus is said to have come to Kursi after crossing the Sea of Galilee from one anchorage to another.




he existence of an ancient settlement at the site has been known since the 1960s. More recently, a fall in the level of the Sea of Galilee enabled researchers to return to the excavations around the breakwater. This revealed the ancient harbour was much larger than had previously been thought
THE MIRACLE OF THE SWINE

According to the Gospel of Mark, the Jesus freed a man 'possessed by the devil'. The event is known as the miracle of the swine, or exorcism of the Gerasene demoniac

The man terrified the residents of Kursi by lingering around tombs, howling and cutting himself with stones.

They managed to shackle him while he was sleeping, but he easily broke free of the chains with super-human strength, according to the account.

But when Jesus approached, the man bowed before him.

Jesus addressed the demons inside the man, saying: 'Come out of the man, you unclean spirit,' to which they replied: 'My name is Legion, for we are many'.

The demons begged Jesus not to send them away, but instead to send them into the pigs on a nearby hillside, which he did.

The herd, about two thousand in number, rushed down the steep bank into the lake and are drowned.

But thanks to the miracle, the man is sane again and told to tell his tale to his family and friends.

Since this is the only harbour in the area, the scholars believe it provides archaeological evidence this site is the same Kursi mentioned in the New Testament.

This is further boosted by the discovery of the the inscription indicating the Jewish origins of the settlement.

According to the Gospel of Mark, the Jesus freed a man 'possessed by the devil'.

The man terrified the residents of Kursi by lingering around tombs, howling and cutting himself with stones.

They managed to shackle him while he was sleeping, but he broke free of the chains with super-human strength, according to the account.

But when Jesus approached, the man bowed before him.

Jesus addressed the demons inside the man, saying: 'Come out of the man, you unclean spirit,' to which they replied: "My name is Legion, for we are many".

The demons begged Jesus not to send them away, but instead to send them in the pigs on a nearby hillside.

When he did this, the pigs rushed down a steep bank, hurling themselves into the lake and drowned.

But thanks to the miracle, the man was said to have been made sane again and was told to tell his tale to his family and friends.

While the inscription does not currently mention the miracle, it does testify to the Jewish roots of the settlement and is the first artefact of its kind found in Israel.





By Sarah Griffiths for MailOnline

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3368652/Is-Jesus-performed-Miracle-Swine-1-600-year-old-Hebrew-slab-points-site-Kursi-Christ-exorcised-man-possessed-demons.html


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Lost Archives Of The Second Temple -
Israeli Archaeologists Are Digging For Secrets In The Mysterious Cave 27





MessageToEagle.com - Archaeologists conduct excavations in the vicinity of Ein Gedi, located west of the Dead Sea, near Masada and the caves of Qumran, under the guidance of Dr. Haim Cohen of Haifa University and the leader of the Origins Discovery Project, set up to find the Lost Archive of The Second Temple.
Their work is particularly focused on diggings in two mysterious caves where the archive may have once been hidden by priests.
One of King Herod's most impressive architectural achievements - the famous Jewish Second Temple - was destroyed by the Romans in 70 CE and the Lost Archive probably contains important records relating to the Second Temple period of Jewish history along with title correspondence and deeds to land.




The destruction of the Second Temple


The team will especially continue to excavate a cave known as "Cave 27", (the "Mikveh Cave" or Cave of the Pool at Nahal David) located in a cliff approximately 400 meters above the Dead Sea.
The place is best known for the Second Temple period (530 BCE to 70 CE) mikveh, or ritual cleansing pool, dated to the time of the first centuries B.C. and A.D., which was discovered and excavated just outside the cave entrance.



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The interior of the Mikveh cave


Many artifacts have already been excavated in the cave, for example, textiles, date pits, ropes, olive pits, two coins of Agrippa I, a glass bottle, an iron trilobate arrowhead from the Early Roman period, shen hearth as well as a pottery seal with a geometric decoration considered to be from the Chalcolithic period.
However, the most intriguing for researchers is the location of mikveh.



"During the Second Temple period (and at other times)", reports Cohen, "a man could not touch anything sacred without first undergoing the ritual cleansing process prescribed by the priests.
It was a very strict rule, and the presence of sacred items and the need to handle them, can be the only reason for this mikveh being built up in a cave, in the cliffs 400 meters above the Dead Sea," Cohen said.



Coin found in the cave showing grape vine leaf and chalice with the words: year 2 for the liberation of Zion on one side, and Holy Jerusalem, on the other - circa 67CE. Photo courtesy Origins Discovey Project

"A man (or woman) must climb up one side of the steps, be completely immersed in water, and then exit from another set of steps without ever touching the dirty steps."
"Not only was the cleansing process strictly proscribed but also the building process had very specific rules too: No metal could be used in its construction because metal may have been used to kill someone."




A portion of the mikveh outside the entrance to the cave. Photo courtesy Origins Discovery Project


No pottery could be used to make the plaster because that pottery may have been used in a sacrifice to another God. The water must be part rainwater and part spring water. And there were many more rules, all of which make the presence of the mikveh in this very inaccessible place even more remarkable.
It must have taken a lot of resources and time to build; the temperatures in the desert seldom drop below 40c, the climb is extremely dangerous, water is scarce, carrying building materials was difficult and so on."



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The location of Cave 27: The rough, challenging desert terrain of the "Judean wilderness" near the Dead Sea. Photo courtesy Origins Discovery Project


"This is the question we are hoping to answer when we excavate the cave in the 2012 season (beginning October 28)," says Cohen. "Academia have now accepted that what was previously thought to be a cistern or a pool is, in fact, a mikveh, and we must build from there. We want to know what was in this cave that meant a mikveh was necessary. Scrolls? Temple artefacts?"
Very interesting is also another cave in direct vicinity of the "Cave 27". This sealed cave was discovered by Dr Cohen in 2007.
The 'Sealed Cave' may have been sealed for thousands of years and the researchers will be digging for its secrets.
"After so many real and metaphorical mountains to climb - we are now committed to a dig starting on the 28th of October and ending on the 16th of November this year. Licences have been granted by both the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Park Authority, allowing an expedition to excavate one cave, and survey another," Cohen said.
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Two Stone Age 9,500-Year-Old Artifacts Unearthed


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