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The oldest piece of metal ever found in the Middle East was discovered in excavations in Tel Tzaf, the University of Haifa announced Sunday, citing a study published by researchers of the university’s Zinman institute of Archeology, in collaboration with researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Berlin’s German Archeological Institute.

According to the study, published in the PLoS ONE scientific journal, the metal dates back to the fifth or sixth century BCE, hundreds of years earlier than the date previously believed to have been the time when people began to use metals.

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