The House of the Bullae was a Iron Age public building in Jerusalem that was destroyed during the Babylonian campaigns of BCE and BCE. The House of the Bullae has yielded almost 50 very well-preserved bullae with Hebrew lettering (they were fired during the Babylonian destruction). Two of the names amidst the bullae are attested in the Old Testament: Gemaryahu son of Shafan, a high official from the court of Judean king Jehoiakim Jer. 36:10; Jer. 11 - 12; Jer. 25; and Azaryahu son of Hilkiyahu, a high priest I Chron. 9:10. Since these bullae correlate to the Babylonian conquests and persons in the Old Testament, they are some of Jerusalem's most valuable discoveries.