Tel Aviv: Israeli archaeologists claim to have found a large rock containing the Ark of the Testimony that stood before God among the Israelites. A large rectangular rock containing the Ark of the Covenant has been found in the Bible, as indicated in the Bible, near the town of present-day Beth-shemesh, twelve miles north of Jerusalem. Archaeologists at Tel Aviv University are behind the discovery. Archaeologists currently speculate that the Philistines converted the temple into a place to keep cattle.
A 28-foot-long rectangular piece of stone has been found. Researchers estimate that this was the large stone found in the book of Samuel and that the ark, which had been returned to the Israelites from the hands of the Philistines, had been kept at Bethshemesh. The Philistines invaded Israel, looted the center, seized the ark, and converted the temple into a herd of cattle. Cattle bones and pottery have also been recovered from the site.
According to the Hebrew Bible, the ark was 3.75 feet long and 2.25 feet wide. It was built on acacia wood to preserve the holy things, including the Ten Commandments given to Moses by the Israelites on Mount Sinai, according to the divine command. The ark was kept in a portable tent. The sacred writings show that the ark had miraculous powers. The Philistines returned the ark to the Israelites after the ark of the covenant was cut short.
After the Babylonian invasion of 587 BC, there is no mention of this ark. The ark has been searching for the ark for centuries. This is related to the famous film Raiders of the Lost Ark, by famous Hollywood director Stephen Spielberg. Researchers speculate that the discovery of the Ark of the Covenant at Bethshemesh would serve as a benchmark for many historical events. At the same time, there are some who have come up with allegations that some of the research findings are contradictory.