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This new finding demonstrates not only the religious life, culture and society in Roman and Byzantine Zippori, but also that this was a city in which Jews, pagans and later Christians lived together and developed their hometown with various buildings.  ”


Hebrew University archaeological excavations uncover Roman temple in Zippori (Sepphoris)
Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Roman temple ruins found in Israel

Lupa Capitolina

Lupa Capitolina

It has been confirmed that the famous Capitoline Wolf, believed to have been an Etruscan bronze, was actually created in the 13th century. It is already widely known that the figures of the twins had been created in the mid-to-late 1400s and added to the statue to clarify which wolf was being shown.

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