3,000-Year-Old Head Depicts Biblical Israeli King

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A recently revealed archaeological find may allow modern day people to see what a biblical king looked like but a mystery still remains: which biblical king is he?

The head, made of faience, a glass-like material that was popular in jewelry and small human and animal figurines in ancient Egypt and the Near East, went on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem ten days ago. It was discovered July 2017 on a joint project by Azusa Pacific University, an evangelical Christian university in Southern California, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem at Tel Abel Beth Maacah in Northern Israel just south of Israel's border with Lebanon, near the modern-day town of Metula, a location that is mentioned in the Bible.

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