Israeli archaeologists uncover massive 5,000 year old pre-Exodus Caananite city complex

Israeli archaeologists uncover massive 5,000 year old pre-Exodus Caananite city complex

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[BBC] The remains of a 5,000-year-old city have been discovered in Israel – the largest and oldest such find in the region.

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The city was home to 6,000 people and included planned roads, neighbourhoods, a ritual temple and fortifications.

An even earlier settlement, believed to be 7,000 years old, was discovered beneath the city.

Israeli archaeologists said the discovery was the most significant in the region from that era.

“This is the Early Bronze Age New York of our region; a cosmopolitan and planned city where thousands of inhabitants lived,” the excavation directors said in a statement.

This article continues at [BBC] Ancient ‘New York’: 5,000-year-old city discovered in Israel

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