Compelling new evidence from the battlefield and breach of Jerusalem’s so-called “Third Wall” - purportedly surrounding the capital during the Roman invasion at the end of the Second Temple period - may finally help conclusively prove its existence.
The Israel Antiquities Authority on Thursday said the relics were first discovered last winter in the capital’s downtown Russian Compound, where the new sprawling campus of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design is to be constructed.
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Is it really?
The timing of this "discovery" is rather suspect, considering that Israel is angry that UNESCO doesn't buy its claims to the Temple Mount:
I strongly suggest that this "compelling new evidence" be examined and verified by independent experts who have no ties to Israel (should such people exist). Considering their sordid history, I really don't trust the Israelis.