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Discoveries by Harvard Excavators

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A cable has just been received from London that the Harvard excavators at Samaria have been so fortunate as to discover nearly a hundred tablets, supposed to be a portion of the archives of King Ahab, written in ink and not engraved on the clay when it was soft. They are in Hebrew characters. One is reported to be a letter from an unknown King of Assyria which, if in Hebrew, is undoubtedly a translation. This discovery will probably be of great importance to students of archaeology.

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