Archaeologists Uncover Israeli Town 2800 Years Old Near Beersheba

An Israelite town dating back to the eighth century ECE was uncovered today near Beersheba. Archaeologists said that the diggers found fragments of an art figure, sherds, cooking and eating utensils, a fireplace and an oven in the site. They said the finds confirmed the town’s crucial importance in the area in the time of King Uzziah.

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