New Excavations Strengthen Identification Of Herod’s Grave At Herodium

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ScienceDaily: Ancient Civilization News

Analysis of newly revealed items found at the site of the mausoleum of King Herod at Herodium (Herodion in Greek) have provided archaeological researchers with further assurances that this was indeed the site of the famed ruler’s 1st century B.C.E. grave. Herod was the Roman-appointed king of Judea from 37 to 4 B.C.E., who was renowned for his many monumental building projects, including the reconstruction of the Temple in Jerusalem, the palace at Masada, the harbor and city of Caesarea, as well as the palatial complex at Herodium, 15 kilometers south of Jerusalem. – Please Ream More..

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