The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Christian Today
A worker walks through the vineyard of the Golan Heights Winery in the northern Israeli village of Merom in this undated photo.Reuters
An archaeologist in Israel said she found proof of the biblical story of Naboth’s vineyard.
According to Breaking Israel News, Dr. Norma Franklin, one of the leaders behind the Jezreel Expedition, established that the Jezreel Valley was indeed a major wine producing area in biblical times, which lines up with the story of Naboth’s vineyard as found in 1 Kings in the Bible.
Laser technology was used to analyze data from the area, which discovered several wine and olive presses, including over 100 bottle-shaped pits carved into the bedrock, which Franklin believes were used to store wine.
Franklin, who said that she is not religious, attested that the Bible can be used to help in such research.
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