Jan van der Crabben
published on 12 August 2011
A sword recently found in an ancient drainage channel under Jerusalem (we reported two days ago) has been linked to the fall of Herod's Temple (also known as the Second Jewish Temple) in 70 AD. The Lebanon Daily Star quotes the Israel Antiquities Authority as saying that the drainage channel "served as a hiding refuge for the residents of Jerusalem from the Romans during the destruction of the Second Temple." A rare gold bell was also found in the channel. Read more at the Lebanon Daily Star and the Israel Antiquities Authority.
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