Jerusalem’s Ancient Aqueduct Discovered

Israel Archaeology | by | Volume 30, Issue 2 | March – April 2024

Israeli archaeologists have uncovered a 300-metre-long section of what is known as the Upper-Level Aqueduct that supplied water to Jerusalem in the late Second Temple period (about 2000 years ago), the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) reports.1

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