Photos: Roadside Dig Reveals 10,000-Year-Old House in Israel

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Eshtaol Excavation

Credit: Sky View Company, courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority
Archaeologists have opened up several trenches in Eshtaol along Israel's Highway 38, which is being expanded. There, a crew with the Israel Antiquities…Read More »

Authority has uncovered artifacts spanning thousands of years of ancient history, including the remains of house from the eight millennium B.C. [Read full story]   Less «
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