THE TEL DAN STELE tells of the victories of a foreign king, most likely King Hazael of Aram, over the kingdoms of Israel and Judah during the ninth century B.C.E. The king boasts of killing King Joram of the Northern Kingdom of Israel and King Ahaziah of the “House of David” (highlighted in white), meaning the Southern Kingdom of Judah. This text parallels the biblical account in 2 Kings 8–9. Archaeologists found the stela, written in Aramaic script, at Tel Dan in northern Israel. It is now on display at the Israel Museum.