During July, August, Sept, October 2015, I'm taking a class about Biblical Archaeology and I have been amazed at all the previous wars and how many people died during those wars.
To get this section of website will be for special orders novelty patches for the time period 6,000 BC to the mid-ages.
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452 ND Fighter Day Squadron - The 452FDS was assigned to the 322FDW based at Foster AFB,Texas under the Command of Col.C.Talbott. The Squadron was equipped with F-100C's. Won the Bendix Air Race in 1955. Took part in the Jamestown Celebrations in 1957 (details attached). Three aircraft named after the three ships which sailed the Atlantic in 1606, by Dignitaries in London. PBasic shipping included to most countries. Additional costs may incur for EURO, South America and African countries.
Thanks to Wikipedia for the following info: According to the Hebrew Bible, the Israelite monarchy gained its highest splendor and wealth during Solomon's reign of 40 years. In a single year, according to 1 Kings 10:14, Solomon collected tribute amounting to 666 talents (39,960 pounds) of gold. Solomon is described as surrounding himself with all the luxuries and the grandeur of an Eastern monarch, and his government prospered. He entered into an alliance with Hiram I, king of Tyre, who in many ways greatly assisted him in his numerous undertakings.
For some years before his death, David was engaged in collecting materials for building a temple in Jerusalem as a permanent home for Yahweh and the Ark of the Covenant. Solomon is described as completing its construction, with the help of an architect, also named Hiram, and other materials, sent from King Hiram of Tyre.
After the completion of the temple, Solomon is described as erecting many other buildings of importance in Jerusalem. For 13 years, he was engaged in the building of a royal palace on Ophel (a hilly promontory in central Jerusalem). Solomon also constructed great works for the purpose of securing a plentiful supply of water for the city, and the Millo(Septuagint, Acra) for the defense of the city. However, excavations of Jerusalem have shown a distinct lack of monumental architecture from the era, and remains of neither the Temple nor Solomon's palace have been found.
Solomon is also described as rebuilding cities elsewhere in Israel, creating the port of Ezion-Geber, and constructing Palmyra in the wilderness as a commercial depot and military outpost. Although the location of the port of Ezion-Geber is known, no remains have ever been found. More archaeological success has been achieved with the major cities Solomon is said to have strengthened or rebuilt, for example, Hazor, Megiddo and Gezer. These all have substantial ancient remains, including impressive six-chambered gates, and ashlar palaces, however it is no longer the scholarly consensus that these structures date to the time, according to the Bible, when Solomon ruled.
According to the Bible, during Solomon's reign, Israel enjoyed great commercial prosperity, with extensive traffic being carried on by land with Tyre,Egypt, and Arabia, and by sea with Tarshish, Ophir, and South India