Artifacts found at Israel dig site date to King Solomon's rule

09/9/2013 | LiveScience.com

Artifacts found in excavations in Israel's Timna Valley have been carbon-dated to the 10th century B.C., the time of King Solomon's rule. The find offers clues to life during the period. "The mines are definitely from the period of King Solomon. They may help us understand the local society, which would have been invisible to us otherwise," said Tel Aviv University archaeologist Erez Ben-Yosef.

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