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The remains of an ancient Canaanite citadel were recently discovered in the coastal city of Nahariya at the site of a planned residential high-rise building. 'It seems that the citadel that we uncovered was used as an administrative center that served the mariners who sailed along the Mediterranean coast 3,400 years ago,' say the excavation directors, on behalf of the Israel Antiquities Authority. Numerous artifacts were discovered in its rooms, including ceramic figurines, bronze weapons and imported pottery vessels. Part of the citadel will remain intact and be incorporated into the design of the basement level of the building, there to be enjoyed by residents and visitors.


Off-site Links:
- http://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Remains-of-3400-year-old-Canaanite-citadel-unearthed-in-Nahariya-439609
- http://www.jewishpress.com/news/theres-a-3400-year-old-canaanite-citadel-in-my-basement/2016/01/06/

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