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Overhead view of archaeology students as they uncover and clean a human skeleton found on the site of the first Philistine cemetery ever found (which dates from the 11th to 8th centuries BCE), Ashkelon National Park, Ashkelon, Israel, June 28, 2016. The dig was conducted by Leon Levy Expedition, and sponsored by the Leon Levy Foundation, the Semitic Museum at Harvard University, Boston College, Wheaton College, and Troy University, under license from the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Israel Nature and Parks Authority. (Photo by Dan Porges/Getty Images))

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