Biblical archaeology

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The Bible is the best-selling book of all time.[1]

Between 5 to 7 billion Bibles have been published.

Biblical Archaeology is a branch of archaeology, which studies the places and peoples mentioned in the Bible by means of artifacts, texts, etc.

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Bible archaeology and dating:

  • The Bible is the best selling book of all time, Guinness Book of Word Record