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21 October 2019

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Archaeologists find 2000-year-old 'lost' street built by Pontius Pilate in Jerusalem as a 'pilgrim's route' through the holy city (3)
Researchers excavated a 722 feet-long section of the once-lost Roman RoadThe walkway across the city links the Temple Mount with the Pool of Siloam100 coins were found underneath the paving stones that date the street to 31 ADPilate is best known as the biblical Roman official who presided over Jesus' trial Ian Randall For Mailonline e-mail Archaeologists have unearthed part of a 2,000-year-old 'lost' street built
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