The story of the flood were among these, found on the 11th tablet in Sumer within the story of “The epic of Gilgamesh”. In this epic Noah’s name is given as UTNAPISHTIM although the story is very similar to that of the bible, even mentioning the releasing of birds to find land.
Papyrus manuscript of the Gospel of Matthew. The surviving texts of Matthew are verses 5:13-16, 22-25. Found in Egypt and dates from around 350 AD. It is currently housed at the University of Cologne (P. Col. theol. 5516) in Cologne, Germany.
This clay tablet from ancient Babylon describes monthly rations allowed to Jehoiachin, a Jewish king. The Biblical account of King Jehoiachin is found in 2 Kings 25:29-30, which also states that he received a "regular allowance" from the king of Babylon. The tablet was made in c. 595-570 BC. The artifact is now located in the Museum of the Ancient Near East, Pergamum Museum, Berlin. Mystery of History Volume 1, Lesson 57 #MOHI57
II Chronicles 24:7-18 KJV And also all the dedicated things of the house of the Lord did they bestow upon Baalim and served groves and idols... II Chronicles 25:14-20 That he brought the gods of the children of Seir, and set them up to be his gods, and bowed down himself before them, and burned incense unto them. Why hast thou sought after the gods of the people, because they sought after the gods of Edom. (Edom Today)