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.