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Masada Museum

The Masada Museum features 500 artifacts that were discovered during the archeological digs Masada in the Judean Desert between 1963 and 1965. The artifacts are displayed in illuminated showcases over …

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Jason’s Tomb

Jason’s Tomb is a Second Temple Period rock-cut tomb dating to the the Hasmonean dynasty. It was discovered in Rehavia neighborhood in Jerusalem on Alfasi Street in 1956.

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The Broad Wall

The Broad Wall is an archaeological site in Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem. This wall was Jerusalem’s protective wall during the First Temple period and one of …

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The Burnt House

The Burnt House Museum, also known as Katros House, is a museum presenting an excavated house from the Second Temple period. The house is located six metres below current street …

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