Another Incredible Archaeological Discovery in Jerusalem

In 70 CE Rome destroyed what was then known as Jerusalem, including the Temple, after a long siege.

It was thought that all sides of the wall around Jerusalem were destroyed. However, recently Israeli archaeologists uncovered what they believe to be a section of the eastern outer wall of the city.

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