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Gaza farmer unearths Byzantine-era mosaic
by Nidal Al-Mughrabi
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21 September 2022
On 21 September 2022 Reuters reported:
An ornate Byzantine floor mosaic showing a variety of colourful birds and other animals has been discovered by chance in Gaza after a Palestinian farmer tried to plant new trees on his land. Salman al-Nabahin unearthed the relic six months ago while working in his olive orchard in Bureij refugee camp, about a kilometre (0.5 mile) from the border with Israel.
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'I searched on the internet ... We learnt it was mosaic belonging to the Byzantine era,' said the father-of-seven, sitting next to his discovery. 'I see it as a treasure, dearer than a treasure. It isn't personal, it belongs to every Palestinian.'
... Gaza is rich with antiquities, having been an important trading spot for civilizations dating as far back as the ancient Egyptians and the Philistines depicted in the Bible, through to the Roman empire and the crusades.
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