The sworn testimonies of eleven men is completely overlooked so archeological guesswork can corroborate the story for you?
Archeological evidence of what kind?
You can't find them?
Well, that's because they were taken away. I can't find Solomon's Temple but I'm not whining about proving it existed.
You don't think people wrote on plates of metal and gold long ago?
If the BBC is too biased an institute for you, read this:
[FONT=Geneva,Verdana,Arial,Helvetica][SIZE=-1]Arab traditions also speak of documents written on metallic plates. The eleventh-century historian al-Tha'labi wrote of a book sent to David from heaven. The book was sealed with gold and contained thirteen questions to be asked Solomon. Al-Tha'labi also mentioned gold tablets containing the history of a vanished empire. These tablets were found in a cave in the Hadramaut region of southern Arabia. Writing about A.D. 1226, the Arab writer Idrisi noted a treasure-hunting expedition of a few years before in which a group of Arabs dug into the pyramid of Mycerinus at Giza, Egypt. After six months of hard labor, they found the decayed remains of a man with some golden tablets inscribed in a language none of them understood. The tablets were taken for their gold content, suggesting that they were probably melted down.[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Geneva,Verdana,Arial,Helvetica][SIZE=-1] Ancient inscribed plates of gold, silver, copper, and lead have been found in such diverse places as China, Java (an Indonesian island), Thailand, India, Pakistan, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, Morocco, Turkey, Iran, Lebanon, Crete, and Korea. A list of sixty-two such discoveries was compiled by Franklin S. Harris Jr. and published in 1957.
The language thing not sitting right with you?
Did you know there can be shown a striking siilarity between ancient Hebrew and Uto-Aztecan languages?
Want to see other Hebrew and Egyptian things found in the Americas?
None of these four sites are in any way affiliated with Mormons.
JUst what kind of archeological evidence do you need? Perhaps you want to hold the plates in your hand? Perhaps you just made a blanket assumption without actually checking to see if there was any evidence?