Ancient Paintings Support The Garden Tomb
Simon Brown went in search of maps of ancient Jerusalem which may indicate the location of Jesus tomb. The various ancient paintings that they found pinpointing this as the location of Jesus tomb, ancient paintings that originated from the place where we know Jesus closest followers journeyed to following his ascension. These ancient paintings were made 100's of year's before the Garden Tomb was discovered. All of the evidence stacks up.
The ancient paintings of the old city of Jerusalem, where also taken to the Jewish National and university library in Israel, where they came from. Rubin Aylett confirmed that the ancient paintings where drawn hundred of years before the Garden Tomb was discovered, showing the Garden Tomb as the crucifixion site to be in the exact place as skull hill and the Garden Tomb
The maps of ancient Jerusalem where also taken to the garden tomb to show Ken Trestrayl the garden tomb guide.
Ken confirmed he had never seen these maps before and that he was over whelmed to see them and see how accurate they where.
This painting was made 100's of year's before the Garden Tomb was discovered. The painting shows the crucifixion to be on the north side of the city, out side the city walls, where the Garden Tomb is today.
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Simon Brown and Rubin Aylett at the Jewish National and university library in Israel