Have archaeologists found Naboth's vineyard?

"A recent paper published in the Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies says researchers have discovered a vineyard winery that matches the biblical narrative, according to The Jerusalem Post." - F&T

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Bert Perry's picture

They pinpointed it by mapping out soil types, and very interestingly, the place good for grapes (loose, well drained soil) also had the remains if wine-making equipment.  That would make sense in Naboth's time, when his plot would have been close to or inside city walls, but not at later times when the city no longer existed.

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Andrew K's picture

They found Naboth's grape-juice processing facility, eh? Must have dug up some old refrigerators. ;)