Researchers Say Ancient Tablet Discovered in 1868 Has Finally Been Deciphered – And a Stunning Confirmation of Biblical Narrative Found

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New analysis of an ancient Levantine artifact may have revealed a reference to a key figure of the Old Testament of the Bible.

Two French scholars say they’ve identified a reference to the “House of David” on the Mesha Stele, a basalt rock with inscriptions that date back to the ninth century before Christ, according to the Jewish News Syndicate.

The reference could corroborate the biblical account of King David — the figure who founded ancient Israel’s most historic dynasty of kings.

Andre Lemaire and Jean-Philippe Delorme announced they had identified the reference to the House of David on the artifact using a technology called Reflectance Transformation Imaging.

“Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) is a photographic method that captures a subject’s shape and colour to reveal surface information invisible under normal examination,” according to Wessex Archaeology.

“Images are created from multiple photographs of a subject, where each shot is taken with light projected from a different direction to produce varying highlights and shadows. These are then combined so the changing interplay of light and dark discloses fine details of the surface.”

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