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Israeli archaeologists unearth massive ancient winery dating back 1,500 years
Archaeologists have discovered a vast wine-making complex dating to the Byzantine era in Israel, shedding new light on the ancient wine trade in the region.
Israel’s Antiquities Authority said the site was uncovered over the past two years during development work in the town of Yavne, 30 kilometres south of Tel Aviv.
- ABC News
The complex is the size of a modern-day football field and is believed to be around 1,500 years old…