Anyone who works with archaeology or has even a serious interest in it soon realizes that there are limitations to what archaeology can and cannot prove. In many ways it seems that archaeology ends ups questioning more than helping our understanding of biblical events.
But it would be a shame to assume that nothing in the Bible has been confirmed by archaeology. Over at Bible History Daily there is a handy chart that lists 50 people mentioned in the Bible and the inscriptions that confirm their existence. Each name has a link embedded that will give you more information. I have pasted in the chart below.