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October 2008 Entries
An Israeli archaeologist believes a ceramic shard found in the ruins of an ancient town outside of Jerusalem bears the oldest Hebrew inscription ever discovered. The Canaanite shard could provide important information about the culture and language of the people who lived in ancient Israel and the surrounding nations.
National Geographic News is reporting that experts have concluded that copper mines in southern Jordan were active centuries earlier than previously believed, according to a new study that suggests the area was producing the metal at the same time the biblical figure of King Solomon is said to have built Jerusalem's first Jewish temple.