The Tower of Babel is a Near Eastern etiological myth that is recorded in the Jewish Tanakh’s first book (Genesis); it is meant to explain the origin of different languages.
Despite the account in Genesis makes no mention of any destruction of the tower, it said that the top of the tower was burnt, the bottom was swallowed, and the middle was left standing to erode over time.
Amazing discovery of an ancient tablet confirms the Tower of Babel was real.
An ancient tablet which was discovered over a century ago and dates back to the sixth century BC remained in the private collection of Norwegian businessman Martin Schøyen for years.
Only recently the tablet has been studied by Dr. Andrew George of the University of London who noted that the stone bears an image seemingly depicting the biblical tower and it describes the building process and the man behind it: Mesopotamia’s most famous ruler, King Nebuchadnezzar II.
Besides the first-ever image of the real Tower of Babel is depicted on the tablet it proves that the tower of Babel is not a myth but it really existed.