Exploring the ruins of the City of David, where the archaeology matches the biblical text, there can be no doubt about the vibrant Jewish history of Jerusalem. 

Archaeological studies of the ruins of the palace of King David and the wall of King Solomon in Jerusalem confirm the historical text of the bible, explains leading Israeli archaeologist Eilat Mazar in a tour of the area.

The Old City of Jerusalem, particularly around the City of David and the Temple Mount, is the most exciting place in the world for historians, archaeologists and even tourists. The Jewish roots are undeniable.

The bible is a core part of our historical sources, Mazar states, pointing to breathtaking evidence.

Watch this eye-opening video and see the Jerusalem of the bible uncovered, layer by layer.

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