Friday November 21, 2014
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21.11.2014
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Remnants of King David's palace unearthed southwest of Jerusalem

Seven-year excavation by joint Hebrew University, Israel Antiquities Authority team reveals two large structures believed to have been a part of King David's palace • Archaeologists says site may be where epic battle between David and Goliath took place.

Yori Yalon and Israel Hayom Staff

A strategic city that met a sudden end. Khirbet Qeiyafa ruins
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Photo credit: Photo courtesy of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Israel Antiquities Authorities and Skyview
Artifacts found in the excavation site
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Photo credit: Photo courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authorities
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