1800-year-old Hebrew carvings in Galilee village
Archaeologists discovered two 1,800-year-old Hebrew inscriptions carved into a limestone column capital in the Druze Galilee village of Peki’in, It reinforces Peki’in’s link to Beka – a Talmud-era center of Jewish scholarship where Shimon bar Yochai hid from the Romans.
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