King Herod

For decades , Israel archeologists searching for Herod’s tomb and it was Hebrew University Professor Nevzter found the sited called Herodium , built on the edge of the desert, south of Jerusalem focusing on the first century historian Flavius Josephus on his first volume of ‘ The Wars of the Jews’ – description and Herod’s funeral procession.

The first ever discovery unearth five tombs , row of stones seating with flagged pavements believed to be ancient theatre.

Herod became the ruler of the Holy Land under the Romans around 37 B.C and died in 4 B.C. in Jericho. Under his command , he embarked on numerous huge construction projects in Caesaria, Jericho, the hill top fortress of Massada and the Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem, which still stands today.

Herodium lasted longer than any other Jewish strongholds.It was also one of the last surviving sites before it was captured by Romans and destroyed in A.D. 71, just a year after Romans destroyed the Second Temple in Jerusalem.

It adds in another chapter of ancient history discoveries as well as  opens the mystery of mankind and world evolution.

Ancient Roman grave and theatre found in Greek Island