A small clay sealing approximately one centimeter in diameter dating back to the 7th century BCE was unearthed in the City of David beneath the Western Wall, bearing the inscription, “Belonging to Adoniyahu, the Royal Steward,” and also etched in calligraphy, the name of a character found in the Hebrew Bible, Adoniyahu, which translates to“The Lord is my Master,” the Times of Israel reported.

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Two noteworthy archaelogists have been extensively studying a Khirbet Qeiyafa (translating to the English as “two gates”), a hilltop site about 20 miles southwest of Jerusalem overlooking the Elah Valley high in the Judean hills where the Biblical battle between David and Goliath is believed to have taken place.