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When the lots were cast three times and Jonah's name came out each time, he was thrown into the open ocean that night.

A gigantic fish came and swallowed him, and Jonah remained in the belly of the fish repenting and glorifying God.

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Scroll down for video The texts appear similar to the inscription pictured, found in an ancient palace in Nineveh, Iraq.

It reads: 'The palace of Ashurbanipal, great king, mighty king, king of the world, king of Assyria, son of Esarhaddon, king of Assyria, descendant of Sennacherib, king of Assyria'The tablets were found in four tunnels dug by ISIS looters looking for Assyrian treasure beneath the Tomb of Jonah, a shrine sacred to both Christians and Muslims.

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Previous research has found that Kush rulers once ruled Egypt, and the Niveneh inscriptions claim Esarhaddon defeated Kush leaders and chose new rulers to govern Egypt.

A set of 2,700-year-old inscriptions have been found in an ancient palace buried under the ruins of a shrine in Iraq.The Nebi Yunus shrine - containing what Tomb of Jonah or 'Yunnus' as he is known in the Koran - was destroyed by ISIS militants in July 2014 (pictured) Archaeologists assessing the damage caused by Islamic State militants to the tomb of the prophet of Jonah have found an undiscovered palace.Here, a member of the Iraqi army stands next to Assyrian stone sculptures of demi-goddesses, pictured spreading the 'water of life' Seven clay tablets, found in a palace hidden under the Tomb of Jonah in the northern city of Mosul, describe the rule of an Assyrian king named Esarhaddon.The site was blown up by the terror group during its occupation of Mosul from June 2014 until January 2017, when the city was retaken by Iraqi forces.Archaeologists picking through ancient rubble left behind by the group found a previously undiscovered palace containing white marble murals of bulls, stone statues of demi-goddesses and seven marble inscriptions.- NO registrarion required- High quality video chat with audio- Cam to cam- My Favorites-24/7 Customer Support- Thousands(!

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