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| 1,400-year-old menorah lamp, rare coin found as kids dig trail for Israel's 70th

Zev Stub    
Monday, 16 April 4:33 PM
What can you give your country for its 70th anniversary? For thousands of school pupils and volunteers, the answer is the sweat of their brows as they worked to prepare a new public 70-kilometer (43-mile) walking path called the Sanhedrin Trail.

As a byproduct of their backbreaking work, they also stumbled upon a priceless 1,400-year-old intact oil lamp engraved with an eight-armed menorah, remains of important glass industry, and an extremely rare gold coin from Suleiman the Magnificent.
Full Story (The Times of Israel)
        


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