Clay seal of Jerusalem’s governor 2700 years ago

A tiny clay seal impression inscribed in ancient Hebrew script, ‘Belonging to the governor of the city’ was found in ongoing excavations at Jerusalem’s Western Wall plaza. It has been dated to 700 BCE – i.e. 2,700 years old, when the First Temple stood in Jerusalem.

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