Archaeologist claims to have found the house where Jesus lived


British dark archaeologist Ken Dark claimed to have located the alleged house where Jesus spent his childhood and youth with his parents, Mary and Joseph. According to Ken, the residence is in the city of Nazareth, in northern Israel.

According to the British newspaper The Times, which cited a book recently published by Ken, the small townhouse analyzed dates from the first century and currently houses the convent of the Sisters of Nazareth.

After 14 years of investigation, the archaeologist concluded that the convent is in a two-story house that Nazarenes formerly associated with Jesus’ first house.

In his book entitled “The Sisters of Nazareth: a site from Roman, Byzantine and Crusader times in the center of Nazaré”, the archaeologist shows that the building served as a dwelling in the first century, unlike other constructions in the area.

Dark’s investigation further reveals that his excellent craftsmanship and stone sculpture confirm that the house was built and owned by a Tekton, the New Testament description of Joseph’s profession.

“It is not woefully poor, but there is also no sign of great wealth. It’s very common, ”said Ken Dark, in an interview with CBS News. “If this is Jesus’ childhood environment, there is no reason to believe that he grew up in anything other than a typical Galilean rural house of his time”, concludes the archaeologist.

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