ISRAELI ARCHEOLOGY & RESTORATION ARCHITECTURE: : Fully grown baby discovered ‘in-situ’ during archaeological dig. Beit She’arim National Park, Israel (September 2014).
During the course of the recent ongoing excavations within the Beit She’arim National Park, Israel; Israeli archaeologists made a remarkable discovery, a fully grown baby (c. 12 to 15 months BCE). Normally, archaeological artifacts discovered during the course of the dig, are catalogued, photographed, and stored for post-excavations research procedures. But, in the case of the discovery of the baby, the senior-Israeli archaeological director, simply proposed for the recent discovered baby simply, a nap, bottle feeding (and possibly a diaper change if needed).
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— The Beit She’arim National Park, Israel | Dr. Elitzur Bar-Asher Siegal & Dr. Rona Evyasaf | Beit She’arim ongoing excavations | FACEBOOK (28 September 2014).