The 2015 excavations at Mount Zion, as seen from Jerusalem's city wall.
The 2015 excavations at Mount Zion, as seen from Jerusalem's city wall. Rachel Ward UNCC
The 2015 excavations at Mount Zion, as seen from Jerusalem's city wall. Rachel Ward UNCC

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