Archaeological evidence from the time of Zion's return to Jerusalem: a seal impression discovered in archaeological excavations by the Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University in the Givati Parking Lot in the City of David, in the National Park around the walls of Jerusalem. The new findings may show that, despite the difficult situation of Jerusalem after the destruction of the First Temple, efforts were made to restore the administrative systems. The figure of a man, apparently a king, is imprinted, sitting on a large chair, with two pillars in front of him.
2,600-YEAR-OLD SEAL WITH BIBILCAL NAME “ADNEYAHU ASHER AL HABAYIT” FOUND IN JERUSALEM
An important and exciting discovery: A Bulla (seal) bearing a Hebrew name from 2,600 years ago was uncovered from dirt excavated in 2013 beneath Robinsons Arch at the foundations of the Western Wall. The seal is inscribed with the name of an individual with the most prominent role in the king's court in the kingdom of Judea.