Tiny seeds at Israeli archaeological dig could sprout a biblical treasure
Excavation at Tel Megiddo, led by Tel Aviv University and George Washington University, may lead archaeologists to uncover a Biblical past.
Archaeologist Israel Finkelstein is leading his sweating guests to a corner of Tel Megiddo. He points to a black stain on a rock, which on closer inspection turn out to be charred seeds. "This," he says, "is the most important find at Tel Megiddo."