Israel: The Discovery of King Herod's Tomb

Israeli blog Israelity briefs us about the latest discovery in Israel – King Herod's tomb. “Herod “King of the Jews” around 40 BCE was known for good relations with Rome and for building: Masada, temples in Cesaria and expanding Jerusalem’s 2nd Temple.
“The find on Monday was announced briefly by Hebrew University reps who said the tomb was discovered in Herod’s ancient fortress Herodium outside Jerusalem,” it says.

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