Another Biblical discovery has been made recently after reports indicate that Archaeologists in Mosul discover a major find under the Tomb of the Prophet Jonah that was destroyed by ISIS in 2014: The discovery has been deemed the long-hidden palace of ancient Assyrian King Sennacherib. The report from Fo News when on to say that Experts were

documenting the jihadists’ destruction of the tomb’s ruins when the discovery was made. This palace dates back to 600 B.C. The Islamic State had dug tunnels into the site in search for ancient artifacts to plunder.  An Iraqi archaeologist by the name of Layla Salih found a marble cuneiform inscription of Assyrian King Esarhaddon inside one of the tunnels. Experts believe that the inscription is believed to date to 672 B.C. when the palace was part of the ancient Assyrian city of Nineveh.