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The infrastructure project at Jerusalem’s Jaffa Gate has found a Roman-era aqueduct dating to the 2nd century A.D. A beautiful aqueduct, standing 1.50 meters high and built of large stones, has been situated for almost two millennia right under one … Continue reading