The ancient Roman road is found by age of 1800 in the north Israel

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09.12.2022 Archeologists found part of 1800-year Roman roads in the north Israel. It was constructed at the time of the emperor Adrian, reports Management antiquities of the country (IAA). In the statement it is said that the site of roads about 8 m wide and 25 m long was found out near Rumat-el-Heyb village that approximately in 20 km to the West from the city of Tiveriada on the Sea of Galilee. It was found during developmental works on a foot track. IAA called this road "the highway No. 6 of the ancient world", meaning the trunk Israeli main which is going south from the North. In the message it is said that...