Researchers at the University of Haifa just uncovered a Roman gateway in Israel’s Sussita National Park near the Sea of Galilee. What’s so special about this discovery? It’s all about location. Last year, archaeologists found a 2,000-year-old bronze mask of Pan, a rustic Greek god, on the same site.
“Now that the whole gate has been exposed, we not only have better information for dating the mask, but also a clue to its function,” said Dr. Michael Eisenberg, the head of the expedition. “Are we looking at a gate that led to the sanctuary of the god Pan or one of the rustic gods?”
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