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Archeologist Find First Temple Era Cistern, Jerusalem
An Israeli worker carries a ladder in a large water reservoir from the First Temple Period (1000 BCE) that was recently excavated by the Israeli Antiquities Authority, along the bedrock of the Western Wall, near Robinson's Arch in Jerusalem, September 6, 2012. The cistern held approximately 250 cubic meters of water and is one of the largest from the First Temple Period. Archeologists say the cistern served the general population of Jerusalem and pilgrims visiting the Temple Mount who required water for bathing and drinking. UPI/Debbie Hill

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Archeologist Find First Temple Era Cistern, Jerusalem
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