Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Descubren una Ciudadela de Más de 2.600 Años de Antigüedad

Originally published June 29, 2009 | Amigos de la Egiptología | by Roberto Cerracin

Archaeologists have found a 13 meter long wall of a city of great commercial importance during the 26th Dynasty in Tel Dafna. The site was meant to be a citadel and trading post. Also found near here was a church filled with weapons and ammunition.

For you English-only speakers, I've provided a link to Google's English translation.

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