New Archaeological Finds in Israel Bring Ancient History to Life

BY
11 Jul 2016
Israel
Ashkelon dig
Archaeological site in Ashkelon, Israel.

After more than 30 years of excavating the remains of a Philistine city, a team of archaeologists says it believes it has found a cemetery belonging to the Philistines, an ancient people on the outskirts of Ashkelon, the New York Times reports.

And to the north, on a hill above the Kinneret, archaeologists have discovered one amazing fifth-century floor mosaic after another. Read more in National Geographic.

 

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