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2600-year-old Tombs Discovered in China’s Ancient Yichuan County

Archaeologists have discovered 2,600 years old tombs numbering about 200 in China’s central Henan province belonging to an ancient tribe that had left behind recorded migration and extinction. The rare tombs were found in Yichuan County of Luoyang City, with eight horse and chariot pits, over 30 ash pits and more than 10 kilns and archaeologists have dated back their ...

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University Excavation Finds Biblical Home of Goliath (Photo)

A university excavation has discovered the Biblical entrance gate to the city of Gath of the Philisptines, home of Goliath in the Tel Zafit National Park, located in the Judean Foothills, about halfway between Jerusalem and Ashkelon in central Israel. The Ackerman Family Bar-Ilan University Expedition to Gath, headed by Prof. Aren Maeir, has discovered the fortifications, entrance gate and ...

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