Archaeologists in Israel say they may have discovered the home of the Old Testamentprophet Elisha.
A pottery shard with his name on it has been dated to about the ninth century B.C., which would be about the time he lived, researchers say.
“You know I cannot say for sure this particular Elisha that we found is the biblical Elisha,” archaeologist Ami Mazar told CBN Jerusalem bureau reporters Chris Mitchell and Julie Stahl.
“You know it’s very difficult to say, but it is very tempting because it is exactly the period when Elisha acted – the second half of the ninth century B.C.”
CBN reported the pottery piece was found in a novel house uncovered in Tel Rehov in the Jordan Valley. Elisha was born in Avel Mehola, only about seven miles from Tel Rehov.
The report said the research, which has been going on for…