2,000 Year-Old Second Temple Period Carvings Discovered in Beersheba

November 8, 2018

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During a routine excavation in Beersheba, 2,000-year-old Second Temple/Roman period carvings were discovered. According to an Israel Antiquities Authority expert, 13 ships were engraved on the walls of a water cistern. Many contained technical details, assuming a working knowledge of ship construction.

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