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The Siege of Lachish...

'Just Stories?' #14

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One room in the British Museum is devoted to a wall frieze of the siege of the city of Lachish, in Israel.  The Assyrian king Sennacherib laid siege to Lachish in 701 BC.  The siege is recorded in graphic and brutal detail: the Assyrians built siege ramps, and used mobile wooden towers to attack the walls of the city.  The frieze shows the cruel and vicious way the Assyrians treated captured nobles from the city. This siege is recorded in the Bible, in 2 Chronicles 32. Once again, the record of archaeology supports what the Bible says.

With Ian Cooper, pastor of Tollgate Evangelical Church in Reigate, UK.

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