Archaeologists find 2000-year-old 'lost' street built by Pontius Pilate in Jerusalem

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The 722 feet (220 metre) -long section of road was unearthed by researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University after six years of digging in Jerusalem. …

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