Biblical gardens come back to life in Israel

by | Feb. 24, 2012

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Scientists have reconstructed what the biblical Kingdom of Judah would have looked like 2,500 years ago.

The reconstruction shows a royal garden in Judah to have been an exotic paradise and is based on analyses of pollen grains found preserved at the gardens at Ramat Rahel, an ancient archaeological site located high above Israel, overlooking the modern cities of Jerusalem and Bethlehem.

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