Biblical Artefacts in the British Museum

I’ve spent a happy few hours in the British Museum, that huge repository of all things historic. Day One recently produced a guide to its exhibits that corroborate the Biblical record ( and I don’t attempt to rival it here. Nevertheless, indulge me as I share some of my excitement.

This is likely from the tomb of Shebna, steward of King Hezekiah, whom Isaiah rebukes in chapter 22 of his book for building so grand a sarcophagus. 
This item records the deeds of Assyrian king Tiglath-Pileser mentioned in 2 Kings 15 and 16.
This clay tablet is one of Nebuchadnezzar’s records of his capturing Jerusalem in 586BC. 
This cylindrical artefact was commissioned by the Persian King Cyrus, as foretold by Isaiah and seen by Daniel.