Biblical Paleoarcheology

Early Settlements on the Euphrates

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article 30 The study of the earliest settlements is absolutely fascinating. Many sites along the Euphrates had to be quickly excavated before they were submerged below artificial lake projects. Some have been excavated and published better than others. Among these widely varying settlements, can we find the one that was built by Noah during the […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

Going West from the Ark

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Article #24 The Euphrates River winds for 1740 miles from the mountains of Ararat to the Persian Gulf. While the mountainous plateau of eastern Turkey creates a formidable barrier to travel, two major rivers, the Euphrates to the south and west and the Aras to the north and east, would have provided the perfect escape […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

Did the Ark land on Mount Cudi?

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Article #22 Mount Cudi (pronounced “Judi”) is my second choice for the landing place of the Ark, which came to rest five months after the beginning of the Flood. Most theologians seem to agree that the resting place of the Ark was a high mountain surrounded by lower mountains. The lower mountains became visible about […]