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Herod's Grave Uncovered - 헤롯 왕의 무덤 발굴되다!

23 Iyar 5767 - May 11, 2007
by Hillel Fendel

(IsraelNN.com) Prof. Ehud Netzer of Hebrew University, fulfilling a career-long goal of solving this national-historic mystery, has uncovered the grave of King Herod - at the Herodium (Herodion), east of Efrat in Gush Etzion.

Prof. Netzer announced his discovery at a Tuesday morning press conference at the Mount Scopus campus of Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He explained that a combination of the location, type of work at the tomb, the decorations, and pieces of the coffin led to the definite conclusion that this was Herod the Great's burial site. (read more...)

originally published/ http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/122373


Photo Essay: Herod's Tomb Discovered in Gush Etzion

거시 엣시온에서 헤롯 왕의 무덤 발견되었다


by Ezra HaLevi

 

A press conference in Hebrew University's Lewinsky Hall is called to announce the dramatic findings

Professor Ehud Netzer addresses journalists, describing the discovery

Professor Netzer stands before a photo of the dig site

Prof. Netzer has searched for Herod's Tomb since 1972

The tomb is within the circle

Journalists from the world press examine the site

Herod's sarcophagus (coffin) - the light line can be seen at the base of the stone

The sarcophagus, which was broken, held Herod's body

Fine carved rock can be seen on the bottom right

The style of engravings helped the archaeologists date the finds


Where the funeral precession is thought to have been

The complex and funeral course - hypothesized map

An overhead diagram of the sarcophagus

Part of a jar thought to be used to hold ashes

Another artifact

Found in the hall, a smashed part of the tomb

A diagram shows how the artifacts fit into the tomb

A northwest view from the site



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