The renowned Jewish archaeologist Nelson Glueck said "It may be stated categorically that no archaeological discovery has ever controverted its Biblical reference."
Sometimes there are "apparent contradictions" that initially seem to show that the Bible is wrong, however, a correct interpretation of the evidence has always demonstrated the truth of the Bible.

A good example of this relates to the Kings of Babylon. Historical records named Nabonidus as Babylon's final king. However, the Bible, in the book of Daniel, tells us that Belshazzar was the last king of Babylon. Yet for centuries Belshazzar's name was not found outside of the Bible. Some scholars therefore, rejected Daniel's account, labelling it one of the Bible's "many historical mistakes".
But in 1853, archaeologists discovered four small clay cylinders at Ur in Mesopotamia (see right), inscribed with accounts of the rebuilding of Ur's ziggurat (temple tower) by King Nabonidus. The inscriptions concluded with prayers for Nabonidus' health—and for his eldest son and co- regent, Belshazzar! Other texts subsequently discovered show numerous treaties and contracts that mention this as well.
One important branch of Archaeology is the study of Fossils, which have been collected for hundreds of years. There are many examples within the fossil record that conflict with the model of evolution (for example Polystrate fossils and Transitional fossils ).