Virtual archeological exhibition launched

Virtual archeological ex

September 21, 2009 23:16


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Tech-savvy celebrants can now see now how the High Holy Days are grounded in archeological discovery without getting their hands dirty, thanks to an online exhibition of related artifacts that was launched by the Antiquities Authority on Monday. A series of 18 photographs of religious objects include a hanukkia, a shofar, a coal pan, a lulav, and religious depictions in mosaics, pottery and glass vessels of grape vines, figs, wheat, barley, olives and palm trees. The gallery can be accessed at

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