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The first is dedicated to four women, none of whom are known from any other source, such as the diaries and letters of early Christian pilgrims."You must remember Primilla and Kyriake and Dorothea and also Chreste".The excavations at Tel Megiddo have revealed more than twenty strata dating from the Chalcolithic period five thousand years ago to the poorly documented Persian period in the 5th century BCE. According to the prophecy revealed in the book of Revelation, written c 95 CE, it is in this valley, a desolate swamp till Jewish pioneers of the early 20th century restored it to its former agricultural splendour, that the battle at the end of days will take place.The valley "which is called in Hebrew Armageddon", is a corruption of 'Ir Megiddo', the town of Megiddo, or 'Har Megiddo', the mount of Megiddo.World renowned archaeologist Yigal Yadin identified the gate he excavated at Megiddo as that built by King Solomon over a hundred years later. A seal found during the excavation at Megiddo is inscribed as "belonging to Shema servant of Jeroboam", presumed to have ben the governor of Megiddo at the time of Jeroboam II, king of the northern Kingdom of Israel between 792 and 752 BCE.In 610 BCE, (dated from external sources) when "Necho king of Egypt came up to fight against Charchemish by Euphrates: and Josiah, King of Judah,", ignoring Necho's message to remain uninvolved.
The excavated area is about the size of two tennis courts and while it is clear that this is not a private residence, the architecture of the building has yet to be revealed.
Pottery remains found on the floor include a wine jug and a cooking pot which may have also been dated to the end of the 3rd century CE.
Surprisingly there is no mention of this church in any of the many known early pilgrim records nor was it mentioned by early church historians according to Yiska Harani an expert on early Christian pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
"would not turn his face from him, but disguised himself that he might fight with him, and hearkened not unto the words of Necho ... And the archers shot at king Josiah; and the king said to his servants: Have away with me for I am sore wounded. They brought him to Jerusalem, and he died, and was buried in one of the sepulchres of his fathers. -25) In external sources there are references to Megiddo which pre-date the narrative of the Hebrew scriptures.
And all Judah and Jerusalem mourned for king Josiah. The first recorded mention of Megiddo is a hieroglyphic inscription found in an Egyptian temple.