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Ancient well uncovered in Israel

Ancient well uncovered in Israel
trefwoorden: Israel - 6.000 BCE - bron - nieuwe ijzertijd
Archaeologists have uncovered an 8,000-year-old well, one of the oldest in the world, in the north of Israel.
Archaeologists Yossi Garfinkel of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem says the well, discovered at the foot of the Golan Heights, is made of basalt and is 4.5 meters deep and 0.5 metres wide.
It was found on the site of a well-known Neolithic settlement, near the Kibbutz of Sha'ar Ha Golan, south of the Sea of Galilee and not far from the Jordanian border.

Lees verder bij: ABC News (4 augustus 2003)