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In the ongoing debate over the Talpiyot Tombs several more responses have been posted on the blog. Read through them to see a range of scholars opinions on the matter.

Archaeologists excavating at  Ramat Rahel, the site of the only known palace dating back to the kingdom of Biblical Judah, have been able to determine the layout of the ancient garden and many of the plants grown there through pollen analysis. This includes the earliest evidence of the citron, or etrog , in the Middle East.

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