Archaeologists find theater box at Herod's palace


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I find it unbelievable that AP could generate a story like this and never mention the actual name of the place, Metzada, or alternatively, Masada.

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You can see why Israel's enemies in the region reject science. Its fruits, like carbon-14 testing, verify certain archeological finds which provide inconvenient but irrefutable corroboration of Jewish history.

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" Its fruits, like carbon-14 testing,... " provide inconvenient but irrefutable corroboration that the world is more than 6 thousand years old?

Or were you getting at something else?

Anyway, cool finds. I hope Nat.Geo will have some updated programs on the site, soon.

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isn't the place called Herodium?

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TimRussert: No one said there never was... Some population replace other population over time by force or not. Please read some history books and stop at the creation of Israel.

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The hill is natural at Masada, I believe. The article mentions a mighty man-made mound.

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