Scientists Just Discovered A Major Part Of King Solomon’s 3,000-Year-Old Mines

Scientists Just Discovered A Major Part Of King Solomon’s 3,000-Year-Old Mines
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The New York Observer

A team of Tel Aviv University archaeologists recently made a discovery of Biblical proportions, which may reveal the true location of King Solomon’s legendary mines. The group, whose research appears in this month’s Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, explored a region of the Tinma Valley in Israel that is often referrred to as “Slaves’ Hill,” because when American archaeologist Nelson Glueck discovered the site in 1934 he believed it was an Iron Age slave camp But since 2014, team leader Dr. Erez Ben-Yosef and his colleagues have worked to debunk this theory—they found remnants of the inhabitants’ food and clothing (preserved by the desert conditions) which pointed toward evidence of …

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