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| Electrician stops car on northern Israeli road, finds 4,500-year-old dagger and burial vessels

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Thursday, 12 September 11:14 AM
A dagger blade and a cache of storage vessels about 4,500 years old were serendipitously found by an electrician named Ahmad Nasser Yassin last weekend while driving along a dirt road in the hills above his village, Arraba, in the western Galilee.

The items had been in a burial cave dating to the middle Bronze Age, and most had been destroyed, presumably unwittingly, during roadworks in the area about a year ago. However, as Yassin was driving to fix the power in one of the village's houses, his eye was caught by something sticking out of the crumbling rocky hillside by the road.
         
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