Ancient wine vessel found in north Israel draws picture of Canaanite banquets
The Tel Kabri palace, built some 3,850 years ago and located today in Israel's north, was first discovered in the 1950s. A vessel found in one of the rooms strengthen hypothesis it was designed for special events.
In the center of one of the rooms in the western wing of the large palace, that up to some 3,500 years ago graced the top of Tel Kabri in Israel's north, a large shard of pottery was recently discovered.
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