Where the Ark of the Covenant might've ended up

At the U.S. Army’s vast Ft. Belvoir historical archives, of course: http://www.buzzfeed.com/bennyjohnson/inside-the-armys-spectacular-hidden-treasure-room?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Politics+220&utm_content=Politics+220+CID_9f43ad274dc9ddadf739817688bc6533&utm_source=Campaign%20Monitor&utm_term=Inside%20The%20Armys%20Spectacular%20Hidden%20Treasure%20Room

I’ve already donated to the museum project mentioned at the end of the article. Hope you’ll consider doing so, too: https://armyhistory.org/

We have top men working on it now.

Top. Men.

A very interesting article. That would be a really cool place to browse for about a month.

When the acient Israelites were conquered, it was melted down to make gold cows.

I figured it was in Warehouse 13

Nope. Didn’t you get the memo?

Wow. It would be wonderful if they created a website with all the pictures.

Awesome looking place. Seems they take much better care of their artifacts than the typical* “bunch of dusty boxes holding priceless artifacts of history, moldering in a dank basement” museum storage.

  • or maybe just ‘typically imagined’

Any votes for that church in Ethiopia?