New excavations at Beth She’arim, September 2014 One month ago I had the privilege to be a volunteer of the new archeological team at Beit She’arim national park, it was a Fascinating experience to dig and discover a piece of Roman glass and clay. Beit Shearim is a national park in the Lower Galilee region of northern Israel. Beit Shearim is known for the remains of a Roman city located ...

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A tour on lake kaenert, where a boat from nearly 2000 years ago was found. On a drought-dried shore of the Sea of Galilee in January 1986, two brothers who were fishermen from Ginosar (called Gennesaret in Jesus day) spied a mysterious object poking up out of the mud. Twelve days later, an ancient vessel saw the light of day for the first time since it sank nearly 2,000 years ...

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