Have Researchers and Archaeologists Found Noah’s Ark?

Researcher Andrew Jones and Turkish scientists believe they've found the biblical boat in the mountains of Ararat.

By Nancy Flory Published on October 19, 2021

Has Noah’s Ark been found? Some researchers and archaeologists say “Yes.”

The massive boat structure, found by a Turkish military captain in the mountains of Ararat, Turkey, in 1959, is the right length and is in the right place, researcher Andrew Jones recently told The Stream. In the 1980s, Ron Wyatt began researching the area. That’s when the Turkish government became interested in the structure. Now, Jones and the Turkish team of archaeologists and researchers are in collaboration in researching the site. So far, they’ve scanned the structure and have noted three levels, or decks, just as described in Genesis. 

They’ve also collected drone footage, which is included in the video and shows the boat formation in the middle of a mudslide. Jones, of Noah’s Ark Scans, makes a strong case that this is Noah’s Ark. What do you think?

 

Nancy Flory, Ph.D., is an associate editor at The Stream. You can follow her @NancyFlory3, and follow The Stream @Streamdotorg.

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