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Hand carved poles of the mid section in Gilgal cave. Israel. 229-1201-01

Man made support structure of spectacular underground quarry has been discovered in the Jordan Valley, northern end of the Dead Sea, north of Jericho, which archaeologists believe may have marked a biblical Gilgal, the site the Israelites set up at after they crossed the Jordan into the Promised Land. The cave, buried 10 meters underground, is over 100 meters long, 60 meters wide and 4 meters high, is the largest artificial cave so far discovered in Israel.

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