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Nimrod & the Tower of Babel (Gen 11:1-9). Josephus wrote, "He (Nimrod) also said he would be revenged on God, if he should have a mind to drown the world again; for that he would build a tower too high for the waters to reach. And that he would avenge himself on God for destroying their forefathers."
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Archaic Sumerian Plaque Dedicated To King Ur-Nanshe, The Founder Of The 1st Dynasty Of Lagash
A tablet of Hieroglyphs is raised from water, Alexandria, Egypt
Noah's Stone Anchor Found near Mount Ararat?   The Length of the Noah ruins Matches the Biblical Record!    Noah's Ark at 515 feet  The length of the ruins of the ark is 515 ft., which is exactly 300 Royal Egyptian cubits (20.6 inches)! Moses was schooled in Egypt and was not familiar with the Hebrew cubit which was not even in existence when Moses wrote Genesis.
WOOD FROM NOAH'S ARK? Researchers standing with a large piece of pitch covered petrified wood believed to be part of Noah's Ark. In Turkey, there is a site believed to be the final resting place of the Ark. Underground Scans  have revealed a man made structure which lies at the bottom of Mt. Ararat. The scans detected iron rivets evenly spaced below the ground. When measured, the length of the ship MATCHES  the description given in the Bible! Side to side, and front to back.
was there a better moment in American history than this... Buzz Aldrin salutes the flag.  July 20, 1969

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Dinosaur Soft Tissue Preserved by Blood? | The Institute for Creation Research
The El Arish Stone, a description of the Exodus account from the Pharaoh's point of view. Many secular scholars claim there is no proof for the Exodus, but things like this say otherwise. Not only is this dated to about the same time that some scholars calculate Moses was alive, but also around the time of the Minoan eruption of Mount Thera, which some theorize was the catalyst for the plagues of Egypt. It all fits! Read the article to learn more.