The first frankincense tree for 1500 years

Dr Elaine Solowey of the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies has grown a new sapling of the rare and fragile tree at Kibbutz Ketura in the Negev. Frankincense production at Ein Gedi by the Dead Sea was a major industry until the Romans wiped out the settlement.
http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/after-1500-years-frankincense-returns-to-the-holy-land/

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