For the past 150 years, archaeologists have been systematically digging in the lands of the Bible and unearthing a myriad of discoveries that confirm in detail the historicity of Scripture. 2017 was another amazing year in the field of biblical archaeology. Many digs made exciting contributions to our study of Scripture, such as the excavations at el-Araj, which suggest it was the biblical town of Bethsaida, or the discovery of a twelfth Dead Sea Scroll cave. Others, like ABR's new dig at Shiloh, quietly added to our growing knowledge of biblical places. Here are the top finds in biblical archaeology in 2017, as chosen by several websites. Do you agree or disagree? What finds would be on your own top ten list?