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July 25, 2005
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Jewish catacombs under the ancient city of Rome thought to be copies of Christian sites actually predate them by at least a century, scientists say. Carbon dating shows that the Jewish sites were begun in the second century, according to an article by Dutch scientists in the journal Nature.

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