Tunnels found in Israel
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Underground chambers and tunnels used probably during a Jewish revolt against the Romans nearly 2,000 years ago have been uncovered in northern Israel /in israeli Arab village Kfar Kana/, archaeologists said Monday.
Archeologists say they`ve found remains north of Nazareth of the Jewish settlement 'Kana of the Galilee,' dating from the Roman period.
Archeologists said the Jewish settlers built igloo-shaped pits on the ruins of the previous settlement, in which the bedrock served as the floor of the pit. A rock-hewn pit was discovered in one of the tunnels containing 11 complete storage jars that are characteristic of the second half of the 1st century.