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A man walks up a dirt road in a small village in the north of Israel, has found a copper dagger and knife.
An electrician, mr. Ahmed Nassar Yassin was on his way to fix the neighbors for the electricity is in the village of Araba in the Galilee, when he had by accident found the old cemetery wall. “As he leaned against the top of the ridge, the rock is crumbling, exposing the eyes of the ancient looking artifacts,” explained the Israel Antiquities Authority, in a statement.
Yassin, carefully collect all of the items, and got in touch with the Israel Antiquities Authority, who then visited her home and grateful to receive the artifacts. Nir Distelfeld of the Antiquities Theft Prevention Unit estimates that the items in the Intermediate bronze age, around 4,500 years ago. “The artifacts appear to have been subjected to as a result of previous damage to an ancient burial cave by a mechanical device,” he said in a statement.
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The copper dagger blade was attached with nails to a wooden handle. “This is a weapon that is typical of the period, and, in most cases it is customary to use the weapons to kill the owner of the tomb,” he said Distelfeld.
The items are from the late bronze age, around 4,500 years ago. (Nir Distelfeld,< / p> <
Israel Antiquities Authority)
Old shipping containers, storage jars, and pouring vessels were also found.
Officials said Yassin, for his treatment of the invention. “Ahmed has had a good citizenship, from the very beginning, through to the delivery of the findings to the Antiquities Authority,” he said Distelfeld. “He told me, there were a few who referred to him as a victim and as a result he was handed the artifacts over to the state, but he chose to act like a law-abiding citizen.”
THE CHURCH OF THE APOSTLES FOUND IN THE VICINITY OF THE SEA OF GALILEE, ARCHAEOLOGISTS SAY
Israel continues to reveal new aspects of history. In a separate project, for example, archaeologists may have uncovered the Biblical city of Emmaus, which is linked to the resurrection of Jesus, and the Ark of the Covenant.
Ahmed Nassar Yassin, and the museum. (Nir Distelfeld, Israel Antiquities Authority)
Elsewhere, in the Church of the Apostles, which is said to have been built over the home of Jesus’ disciples, Peter and Andrew, it has been found in the vicinity of Israel, in the Sea of Galilee, according to a team of U.s. and Israeli archaeologists.
The remains of one of the world’s oldest, famous mosques, are also to be found in Israel, in the Negev desert.
THE REMAINS OF ONE OF THE OLDEST MOSQUES, HAS BEEN DISCOVERED IN ISRAEL’S NEGEV DESERT
In the area where the artefacts were discovered in a cave to be buried. < / p> <
(Nir Distelfeld, Israel Antiquities Authority)
Archaeologists have also recently found a huge Neolithic settlement in the vicinity of the city, that is to say, she is one of the largest ever found.
In another case, archaeologists in the South of Israel have been found in an ancient biblical city from the time of King David.
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A beautiful 1,600-year-old bible the mosaic has been discovered at the site of a fifth-century synagogue in northern Israel. It’s a mosaic that shows a scene from the book of Deuteronomy, was discovered in the synagogue’s site in Huqoq.
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