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Remains of 9,000-year-old Neolithic settlement unearthed outside Jerusalem
by Oscar Holland, CNN
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17 July 2019
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A huge Stone Age settlement unearthed outside Jerusalem may have been home to 3,000 people, the Neolithic equivalent of a large city, according to details released by the Israel Antiquities Authority on Tuesday [16 July]. The findings also provide evidence of sophisticated urban planning and farming, which may force experts to rethink the region's early history, said archeologists involved in the excavation.
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... The structures suggest that plaster was widely used, while alleyways between buildings point to a comparatively advanced urban planning, [excavation director Jacob] Vardi said. Elsewhere, storage sheds were found to have contained legumes, such as lentils, implying intensive agriculture at the site. ... Other unearthed objects suggest that inhabitants enjoyed trade or contact with the outside world.
'The discovery is a real game-changer,' he added. 'An area that was supposed to be empty wasn't -- it was very vibrant.'
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