Staff of the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem recently found 60 bronze and iron arrowheads in five cardboard boxes that had been forgotten for decades behind an old air conditioner. The discovery came to light during renovations to the museum. The staff believes that some earlier archaeologists at the museum may have put the arrowheads aside for further study in hopes of publishing them, but then later forgot about them. Scholars have dated some of the arrowheads to 133 or 132 BC as they were found next to an ancient Hasmonean wall. The artifacts will be part of a new display at the museum during Hanukkah.
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