Secrets of a Lost Village of Ancient Israel Come to Light

Writers at Israel21c explain that because of new technologies like underground LiDAR (light detection and ranging) scans and 360-degree cameras, Israeli researchers are discovering remains of an ancient village in the lowlands of Jerusalem. Watch now to hear Oren Gutfeld, director of the Salvage Excavation Program at Hebrew University’s Institute of Archaeology, share more details.

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