Israeli archaeologists uncover 3,000-year-old cistern in Jerusalem
Discovery near the Western Wall has changed archaeologists’ understanding of Jerusalem’s water supply during the First Temple Period.
A large public water cistern, dating back to the period of the First Temple, was recently discovered in archaeological excavations conducted in Jerusalem. The cistern is the first of its kind to be uncovered in Jerusalem.
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