Archaeologists discover unprecedented fabric collection dating to Kings David, Solomon

In an unprecedented discovery, Tel Aviv University archaeologists recently uncovered an extensive collection of ancient fabrics in the Arava Valley dating back to the era of Kings David and Solomon, shedding unparalleled light on the historical fashions of the Holy Land.

The excavation – carried out at the ancient copper mines of Timna, and led by TAU’s Dr. Erez Ben-Yosef – revealed the 3,000-year-old collection of textiles, which included diverse colors, design and origin, the university announced on Wednesday.

The area of the dig, located between the Dead Sea and Eilat, is believed by some researchers to be the site of King Solomon’s mines.


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