Under the houses found shelters.
Israeli students have unearthed the hiding places of Jews who rebelled against the Romans in approximately 1860 years ago in Ramat Beit Shemesh. The stash includes water tanks, ritual baths and hidden places to live.
The Jews three times rebelled against the Roman Empire. Ukryta belong to the last rebellion of Bar Kochba. After the Romans crushed the last uprising, they committed genocide against the Jews, and forbade Judaism, according to “Ancient GDP”
“Interestingly, in the recesses found many ritual baths. Each family had its own ritual bath and a cistern. Local residents strictly observe the rules concerning purity,” say the historians.
Under the houses found shelters. They were built starting in the second century. Labyrinthine passages are connected in a single complex.
In tanks, the rebels used to store water. In the caves found numerous pots and jars.
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