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  • Quiz 16 Top-Ten Archaeology Discoveries Confirming the Bible (Click LessonsforUS.com for corresponding material on the quiz) Top-Ten Archaeology Discoveries Confirming the Bible (Click LessonsforUS.com for corresponding material on the quiz)
  • Directions • This is a self-test. • Read the question and answer to yourself • Click the next slide for the answers
  • Question 1 In 1846 a six foot tall black obelisk (four-sided, narrow tapering monument with a pyramid-like shape at the top) was discovered in the ancient Assyrian capital of Nimrud in modern day Iraq. One of the images shows a man bowing to Shalmaneser III, an Assyrian ruler? Who was the bowing man? 1. King David 2. King Jehu 3. King Solomon. 4. King Hezekiah. Next slide for Answers
  • Question 1 In 1846 a six foot tall black obelisk (four-sided, narrow tapering monument with a pyramid-like shape at the top) was discovered in the ancient Assyrian capital of Nimrud in modern day Iraq. One of the images shows a man bowing to Shalmaneser III, an Assyrian ruler? Who was the bowing man? 1. King David 2. King Jehu Right. King Jehu was made king of Israel in 2 Kings 9:1-3 3. King Solomon. 4. King Hezekiah. Next slide for new question
  • Question 2 This Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III housed in the British Museum, London states, The tribute of Yahua (Jehu) son of Khumri (Omri): silver, gold, bowls of gold, vessels of gold, goblets of gold, pitchers of gold, lead, sceptres for the King's hand, (and) staves: I received.” This depicts an event in which time frame? 1. 860 B.C to 820 B.C 2. 560 B.C. to 520 B.C. 3. 520 A.D. to 560 A.D. 4. 820 A.D. to 860 A.D. Next slide for Answers
  • Question 2 This Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III housed in the British Museum, London states, The tribute of Yahua (Jehu) son of Khumri (Omri): silver, gold, bowls of gold, vessels of gold, goblets of gold, pitchers of gold, lead, sceptres for the King's hand, (and) staves: I received.” This depicts an event in which time frame? 1. 860 B.C to 820 B.C Right. Shalmaneser III was king of Assyria from 859 B.C to 824 B.C 2. 560 B.C. to 520 B. C. 3. 520 A.D. to 560 A.D. 4. 820 A. D. to 860 A.D. Next slide for new question
  • Question 3 Shalmaneser III was a contemporary of two sons of Ahab and Jezebel, two of the most wicked rulers in the history of Israel. Who were the two sons? 1. Kings Ahaziah and Jehoram 2. Kings David and Soloman 3. Kings Elijah and Elisha 4. Kings Asa and Jehosaphat Next slide for Answers
  • Question 3 Shalmaneser III was a contemporary of two sons of Ahab and Jezebel, two of the most wicked rulers in the history of Israel. Who were the two sons? 1. Kings Ahaziah and Jehoram Right. Read about them in 2 Kings 8:24-29 2. Kings David and Soloman 3. Kings Elijah and Elisha 4. Kings Asa and Jehosaphat Next slide for new question
  • Question 4 In 842 BC, Shalmaneser III campaigned against Hazael of Damascus and Jehu of Israel (represented on the Black Obelisk). Jehu and the Phoenician cities sent tribute to Shalmaneser III in 841 BC. Which of the following is true? 1. Neither Shalmaneser III or Hazael of Damascus are mentioned in the Bible. 2. Both Shalmaneser III and Hazael of Damascus are mentioned in the Bible. 3. Shalmaneser III only is mentioned in the Bible. 4. Hazael of Damascus only is mentioned in the Bible. Next slide for Answers
  • Question 4 In 842 BC, Shalmaneser III campaigned against Hazael of Damascus and Jehu of Israel (represented on the Black Obelisk). Jehu and the Phoenician cities sent tribute to Shalmaneser III in 841 BC. Which of the following is true? 1. Neither Shalmaneser III or Hazael of Damascus are mentioned in the Bible. 2. Both Shalmaneser III and Hazael of Damascus are mentioned in the Bible. 3. Shalmaneser III only is mentioned in the Bible. 4. Hazael of Damascus only is mentioned in the Bible. Right. See 1 Kings 19:15 Next slide for new question
  • Question 5 King Jehu, depicted in the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III is known for what? 1. He was ordered by God to build the Temple. 2. He was ordered by God to rebuild Jerusalem. 3. He was ordered by God to destroy Jezebel and her entire household, including her two sons Ahaziah and Jehoram. 4. He was ordered by God to destroy King Ahab. Next slide for Answers
  • Question 5 King Jehu, depicted in the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III is known for what? 1. He was ordered by God to build the Temple. 2. He was ordered by God to rebuild Jerusalem. 3. He was ordered by God to destroy Jezebel and her entire household, including her two sons Ahaziah and Jehoram. Right. See 2 Kings 9:14-37 4. He was ordered by God to destroy King Ahab. Next slide for new question
  • Question 6 In 1847, a year after he discovered the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III at Nimrud, archaeologist Henry Lanyard found Sennacherib’s seventy room palace at nearby ancient Nineveh in modern day Iraq. Who was Sennacherib? 1. An Assyrian king who ruled 705 B.C.–681 B.C 2. A Persian king who ruled 855 B.C.–835 B.C 3. An Assyrian king who ruled 105 B.C.–81 B.C 4. An Damascus king who ruled 70 A.D.–81 A.D Next slide for Answers
  • Question 6 In 1847, a year after he discovered the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III at Nimrud, archaeologist Henry Lanyard found Sennacherib’s seventy room palace at nearby ancient Nineveh in modern day Iraq. Who was Sennacherib? 1. An Assyrian king who ruled 705 B.C.–681 B.C Right, 150 years after Shalmaneser III 2. A Persian king who ruled 855 B.C.–835 B.C 3. An Assyrian king who ruled 105 B.C.–81 B.C 4. An Damascus king who ruled 70 A.D.–81 A.D Next slide for new question
  • Question 7 Layard discovered that the seventy rooms in the palace were lined with limestone slabs with carved scenes of Sennacherib’s exploits. One room in particular depicted a single exploit mentioned in the Bible. What was it? 1. The conquest of the city of Jerusalem in Israel 2. The conquest of the city of Damascus in Phoenicia 3. The conquest of the city of Lachish in Israel. 4. The conquest of the city of Jericho in Israel Next slide for Answers
  • Question 7 Layard discovered that the seventy rooms in the palace were lined with limestone slabs with carved scenes of Sennacherib’s exploits. One room in particular depicted a single exploit mentioned in the Bible. What was it? 1. The conquest of the city of Jerusalem in Israel 2. The conquest of the city of Damascus in Phoenicia 3. The conquest of the city of Lachish in Israel. Right. See 2 Kings 18:13-16 4. The conquest of the city of Jericho in Israel Next slide for new question
  • Question 8 In 701 BC Sennacherib sacked the city of Lachish in Judah but failed to take the capital Jerusalem. What was the fate of Sennacherib? 1. In 681 BC Sennacherib conquered Egypt and was master of his domain. 2. In 681 BC Sennacherib was assassinated by two of his sons while he prayed in a temple. 3. In 681 BC Sennacherib was killed in battle fighting a Babylonian leader called Marduk-apla-iddina II. 4. In 681 BC Sennacherib married Cleopatra, queen of Egypt. Next slide for Answers
  • Question 8 In 701 BC Sennacherib sacked the city of Lachish in Judah but failed to take the capital Jerusalem. What was the fate of Sennacherib? 1. In 681 BC Sennacherib conquered Egypt and was master of his domain. 2. In 681 BC Sennacherib was assassinated by two of his sons while he prayed in a temple. Right. Lord Byron (1788-1824) memorialized Sennacherib in a poem. 3. In 681 BC Sennacherib was killed in battle fighting a Babylonian leader called Marduk-apla-iddina II. 4. In 681 BC Sennacherib married Cleopatra, queen of Egypt.