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Inscription & Hezekiah's Tunnel (The New Jerusalem Mosaic,
Hebrew University) Describes the circumstances for the
carving of the tunnel in biblical times and the finding of the
inscription in modern times. Copy of this page at Jewish
Virtual Library: (Siloam
Tunnel (Daily Bible Study) General
information about the biblical history connected to the
site with links to related topics.
Tunnel (Furman University) Includes a large photograph
and brief description of the tunnel.
Gihon Spring (Furman University) Includes a large
photograph and brief description of the spring.
Waterworks: An Ancient Marvel (Israel MFA) Describes several
components of ancient Jerusalem's water systems, presenting Hezekiah's
tunnel in context.
Inscription (Personal Page, K.C. Hanson) Gives a
technical description of this ancient document and a translation
of its text.
Spring (Engines of Our Ingenuity, Univ. of Houston) Presents
one explanation for the irregular design of the tunnel.
Hezekiah's Tunnel Revisited (Jerusalem Post) A personal
encounter with the tunnel, discussing the biblical and historical
context of this ancient marvel.
Tunnel and the Gihon Spring (Congregation Ohav Sholom) Touring
Hezekiah's tunnel proves to be an emotional experience for this author. As he describes, the identification of many sites is based on tradition,
but the authenticity of this one is "undeniable."
Tunnel (Personal Page) Another personal description
of the trip through the tunnel. Includes a helpful summary chart
(at the top of the page) and diagram.
Testimony of an Ancient Tunnel (Southwest School of Bible Studies)
A defense for the detailed historical accuracy of the Scriptures
spotlighting Hezekiah's Tunnel.
the Siloam Tunnel Built by Hezekiah? Scanned images from the article
by Rogerson and Davies in Biblical Archaeologist. But see
Hendel's response. Or see the main
index of issues for 3 years of the magazine (1996-98).