Ophel


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Ophel

(ō`fəl), hill in ancient Jerusalem. In the Bible, it was the dwelling place of Nethinim.
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Gershon Galil, a professor of ancient history and biblical studies at the University of Haifa, told Fox News that the Ophel inscription - 3,000-year-old characters found in Israel in July - is the earliest alphabetical written text ever found in Jerusalem and proves the real basis behind parables and stories in the world's most famous book.
SARDI Sustainable Systems Research Chief Dr Kathy Ophel Keller said the DNA soil technology would be very useful in assessing the risk of yield loss from common pathogens which collectively wipe off an estimated $80 million each year in value from Australia s potato crop.
palace in the area known as the Ophel, between the southern wall of the Temple Mount and the City of David.
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Bird JR, Davie RF, Chivas AR, Fifield LK, Ophel TR (1991) Chlorine-36 production and distribution in Australia.
2:4 thus Behold, the Ophel it is satisfied with him [Babylon], And Zedekiah, in his steadfastness would survive] (10)
Kenyon's City of David excavations and Mazar's excavations of the Ophel (an administrative and residential area dating from the Iron Age) bordering the southern wall of the Temple Mount are the most noteworthy of these (Kenyon 1967, 1974; Mazar & Mazar 1989; Tushingham 1985).
Being so close to the Temple Mount, I couldn't resist visiting the new Ophel Archaeological Garden and Museum just to the right of the opening to the plaza leading to the Dung Gate.
17) In Jerusalem, on the slopes of the Ophel hill where David had built his palace, there was now a tent wherein the Ark of the Covenant had been placed.
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The inscription is engraved on a large pithos, a neckless ceramic jar found with six others at the Ophel excavation site.