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June 23, 2004
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Archeologists unearthed a trove of Jewish ritual objects buried since the Holocaust near the former Auschwitz death camp. The items, including ceremonial candlesticks and Chanukah menorahs, were found during an excavation of the foundations of the destroyed Great Synagogue in Oswiecim, the town in southern Poland near which the camp was built.

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