• Good one. I don't even know how to research this. Maybe the building of the wall around Jerusalem?
    • Linda Joy
      Did you think to Google it?
  • The Exodus from Egypt since they were told to make the bricks without the straw portion of the ingrediant.??
    • Linda Joy
      think building
  • Maybe the tower of Babel? Lol . . . . Well that was my first thought
    • Linda Joy
      Ding ding ding! We have a winner!
    • Rick Myres
      I think the tower name is where the word babble came from. Because God confused their language so they could not understand each other.
    • pugwashjw65
      (Genesis 11:1) Now all the earth continued to be of one language and of one set of words.
    • mushroom
      Gen 11:3 "Come let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly" indicates this was not a new medium at that time. Gen 10:10 says of Nimrod "And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel, and Erech, and Accad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar." Surely, fired bricks were used in old Babylon.
  • I think Cain is known as the first to build a city in Nod, the first mason. Then tubal cain was the next craftsman a blacksmith, forefather of the smiths, so on so forth. Then of course Nimrod built the Tower of Babel, a similar story reflected in the Sumerian story with the Etemenanki a form of a ziggurat. At the top of which would of been something like Ishtar's gate.
  • Nimrod is described as a prominent builder of several cities. Gen 10:8-12 Another major building project was now put forward, the Tower of Babel, disapproved by God. Here, new materials are mentioned, kiln-baked bricks with bitumen serving as mortar. Archaeologists have unearthed several pyramidlike, stepped temple-towers in the vicinity of Shinar. The Bible says that the tower builders at Babel laid bricks, not stone, and used bitumen as mortar. Genesis 11:3, 4 In Mesopotamia, stone was rare or even entirely absent,

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