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Monumental entryway found at Herod’s palace

A 20-meter-high entry complex has been found at the Herodian Hilltop Palace in Jerusalem. The Hebrew University archaeologists — Roi Porat, Yakov Kalman and Rachel Chachy — suggest that the corridor was built as part of Herod’s plan to turn Herodium into a massive artificial volcano-shaped hill, a vast and impressive

Roman theatre found in Florence

Archaeologists working in Florence, Italy, have discovered the remains of a Roman theatre under the Palazza Vecchio. The latest find at the site in the centre of the Tuscan capital includes the original painted stone pavements along which spectators used to walk from the outer circle of the theatre to the

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