An aerial photo of the Roman-era road near Bet Shemesh.
Israeli archeologists have discovered a 2,000-year-old Roman-era road near Bet Shemesh.
The road is up to 20 feet wide at its widest and is just under a mile long. It travels roughly the same path as Israel’s Highway 375, which crosses through Bet Shemesh and part of the West Bank.
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