The Jewish Point Video Show
The Jewish Point Daily Show  - Seal of Gemaryahu son of Shaphan - Episode 20: City of David, Bringing the Bible to Life

In 1982, in the City of David - the place where Jerusalem began - a chamber was discovered in the vicinity of the royal acropolis, in excavations carried out by renowned archeologist Yigal Shilo, containing more than 50 clay seal impressions (bullae). 

One of the seal impressions contained the name of Gemaryahu son of Shaphan, who served as the royal scribe during the reign of Jehoiakim, King of Judah (r. 609-598 BCE), and contemporary of the Prophet Jeremiah. 

Gemaryahu is mentioned in Jeremiah 36:10, among other references.


# Jewish History # Biblical Archaeology # The Jewish Point Video Show # City of David # Jerusalem # NEWSRAEL TV
darrel snider 10:25 12.10.2021
Yes but Jeremiah hid the temple treasures before Babylonia destroy temple everyone not looking for his grotto. I tell you it under the mountain golgatha we're Jesus blood seal it on west side .
Karen Baker 02:13 12.10.2021
OT example of believing first/faith/righteousness is Abraham... He had been promised his descendents thru Issac as many as the stars of Heaven... He believed God would provide as he acted in obedience
Karen Baker 02:10 12.10.2021
Love all the archeologial evidence... But... John 20:29 KJV 29 Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed."
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