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Kingdom of David and Solomon Discovered

Opening Postponed to Spring 2024
Monday, September 30, 2024, at 5:00 PM
Sep 30, 2024 5:00 PM Sep 30, 2024 7:30 PM America/Chicago Kingdom of David and Solomon Discovered Opening Spring 2024 - Armstrong Auditorium 14400 S. Bryant Road Edmond, OK 73034 Armstrong Auditorium
Opening Spring 2024

Armstrong International Cultural Foundation
in association with
Armstrong Institute Of Biblical Archaeology,
Israel Antiquities Authority,
and the Israel Museum


A World Premiere Exhibit

Showcasing the Antiquities of the Kingdom of King David and Solomon of Israel

Exhibit opening has been postponed to Spring 2024 due to the war in Israel.

“Kingdom of David and Solomon Discovered” will showcase over three dozen artifacts from 10th-century B.C.E. biblical Israel. It will mark the world premiere of both the Ophel pithos inscription and a selection of artifacts discovered by Dr. Eilat Mazar in the City of David. The exhibit will also feature the monumental Phoenician-style capital discovered in the City of David in 1962 by archaeologist Dame Kathleen Kenyon.

Discovered at archaeological sites across Israel, including Jerusalem, Lachish and Khirbet Qeiyafa, this unique collection includes iron, ivory, pottery, stone and textiles. The artifacts will be presented within a sensational exhibit that includes life-sized monumental wall reconstructions, virtual reality tours, video presentations, and several original illustrations and artwork selections.

This is the first time such a diverse collection of 10th-century B.C.E. artifacts and archaeological features have been collected in one place and presented in the broader scientific, historic and biblical context to reveal the monumental nature of the empire of Israel during the reigns of kings David and Solomon.

Come experience the kingdom of biblical Israel’s greatest monarchs!
Admission is free. Group tours are available by appointment.