The rocket stayed buried in the middle of a field, becoming the brothers' sixth big V2 excavation project.
Another clue is the existence of petroglyphs and carvings of people worshipping bulls in the area, which seem to match the biblical account.
A name from the Old Testament surfaced in a recent excavation at Khirbet er-Ra‘i, near Kiryat Gat in the Southern District of Israel.
After using it as a glorified stepping stool for years, the woman eventually noticed there was something carved into the stone.
Members of the campus Wisconsin Black Student Union consider the rock's history racist, but removing it would disturb an ancient burial site.
'Once-in-a-Lifetime Discovery': Israeli Archaeologists Uncover Pieces of Palace Connected to King David
'When we brushed it clean, it was the most beautiful decoration I believe ever found of the capitals that were created in that manner.'