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Artifacts Found From Times of Kings David and Solomon

reprinted from Arutz 7
08:48 AM 27 Iyar 5767, May 15, '07

(IsraelNN.com) A number of signets from the period of King David and King Solomon were revealed by archaeologists Monday.

The artifacts had been found in archaeological excavations going on in Ir David, the City of David, below Jerusalem's Old City to the east. The specific artifacts on display were found at the Beit M'Ayin dig, overseen by Haifa University's Professor Reich.

The finds were displayed at a conference marking 40 years since the liberation and reunification of Jerusalem.

 

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