Friday, December 04, 2020

Archeology

  • Political Archeology in Jerusalem | July 12, 2012
    After over four decades of excavation work the Ophel Wall site, which is located in the Walls Around Jerusalem National Park, was opened to the public on 21 June.The archeological findings—which were restored by the Israel Antiquities Association—include one wall, a building thought to be a gate house, and part of a tower which have been said .... .....
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