i mean there is facual basis in archaeology, right. You said so yourself. So where?!?
I stated that portions of the scriptures are factual based on archaeology, there is a difference. This means that portions of the scriptures used as a historical reference are accurate.
The total number of scriptural items that have been matched in archaeology are too many to list here, locations, buildings, artifacts, events, individuals, etc.
If you need some proof for yourself, watch a few shows of The Naked Archeologist (try Vision TV or PBS), or use your friend Google to do some searches on biblical archaeology.
I fail to see the benefit of this direction of discussion, unless there was something specific you were looking for.
If this is an attempt to show failure because I cannot show a smoking gun for the existence of a superior-being, then it is pointless, scientists cannot show a smoking gun to the beginning of the universe or the start of life on earth. There are just as many unknowns in current scientific creation as there is in a superior-being creation.