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Biblical Archaeology Review 47:4, Winter 2021

Who Built the Tomb of the Kings?

By Andrew Lawler

Since its discovery, most scholars have argued that Jerusalem’s Tomb of the Kings belonged to Queen Helena of Adiabene. But was she the original commissioner of the tomb? Our author presents new archaeological clues that suggest the ownership history of this impressive monument is far more complex than originally thought.

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