1 dic 2021 08:32 GMT
It is estimated to belong to the time of the Maccabees, who liberated the Jewish people from the Seleucid yoke and established an independent kingdom in Judea from 110 to 63 BC. C.
The Archeology Unit of the Civil Administration of the Israeli Army discovered in the hills of Hebron, in the West Bank – Palestinian territory occupied by Israel – a “unusual” sling projectile made of lead, dated to the time of the Maccabees, who established an independent kingdom in Judea from 110 to 63 BC. C., the authorities communicated last Sunday, pick up local media.
According to reports, the ammunition, found at the Zif archaeological site, is about 3 centimeters in diameter and contains an inscription representing Zeus, as well as a Greek inscription with the name of Diodote Trypho, ruler of the Seleucid Empire between 142 and 138 BC. C., who fought against the independence of the Jewish people in Jueda.
Although the date of the discovery has not been made public, the Civil Administration reported on the “historic” discovery last Sunday, October 28, the date that marked the beginning of the religious celebration of Hanukkah, which commemorates the Jewish victory over the dominion. Seleucid during the Hasmonean period, from 167 to 37 BC. C.
“I welcome the disclosure of this impressive find […] which accounts for the rich history that took place in the Judea and Samaria area [como las autoridades israelíes se refieren a Cisjordania] hundreds and thousands of years ago “, pointed Hananya Hizmi, researcher at the Archeology Unit of the Civil Administration.
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