La notizia:


  1. On the eve of Tisha B’Av, artifacts were exposed that breathe new life into the story of the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem:

  2. A sword in a scabbard that belonged to a Roman soldier and an engraving of the Temple’s menorah on a stone object were discovered during work the Israel Antiquities Authority conducted in the 2,000 year old drainage channel between the City of David and the Jerusalem Archaeological Garden

  3. The channel served as a hiding refuge for the residents of Jerusalem from the Romans during the destruction of the Second Temple.


L’Associated Press ne dà notizia qui e le foto dell’Autorità Israeliana per le Antichità le trovate qui (link temporaneo). Ha’aretz aggiunge una foto dell’area romana degli scavi.