The find was announced in a blog by the The Temple Mount Sifting Project, an archaeological project aimed at finding treasures in piles of earth removed from the site.
The girl, Neshama Spielman, and her family were some of the more than 170,000 people who have volunteered to sift the dirt since the program started in 2004.
“Since the Temple Mount has never been excavated, the ancient artifacts retrieved in the Sifting Project provide valuable and previously inaccessible information,” the project’s co-founder, Zachi Dvira, said in the blog. “The many categories of finds are among the largest and most varied ever found in Jerusalem.”
Neshama said in the blog that when she spotted the amulet she immediately thought it could be a big find.
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