A fragmented clay coffin discovered in Israel's Jezreel Valley ahead of the construction of a gas pipeline. The grave dates back more than 3,000 years to the Late Bronze Age.
A 3,300-year-old sculpted coffin lid from Israel's Jezreel Valley.
The excavation area in the Jezreel Valley where the grave was discovered near four other graves from the same period.
A gold scarab seal bearing the name of Seti I, the Egyptian ruler who conquered a rebellion and ruled in Canaan.
A gold scarab seal found in the Israeli grave.
Bronze Bowl and Dagger
A bronze bowl and dagger were found in the grave, along with other hammered bronze items.
Bowl and Dagger
An overhead view of the bronze bowl and dagger from the grave.
Stephanie Pappas, Live Science Contributor
Stephanie interned as a science writer at Stanford University Medical School, and also interned at ScienceNow magazine and the Santa Cruz Sentinel. She has a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of South Carolina and a graduate certificate in science writing from the University of California, Santa Cruz.