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Researchers make rare, valueable discovey in Jerusalem dig

Researchers in Jerusalem unearthed a rare gold coin bearing the image of the Roman Emperor Nero that could be worth a pretty penny. The coin was discovered on Mount Zion by a team of archaeologists from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Archaeologist Shimon Gibson said this is the first time a coin like this has been unearthed in Jerusalem in a scientific dig.
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