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Gate-Shrine Described in Hebrew Bible Excavated in Israel | Video

Archaeologists in Israel have now fully excavated a gate-shrine dating to the eighth century B.C. The gate-shrine is thought to be evidence that King Hezekiah tried to abolish worship there to prevent idolatry.
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