JERUSALEM, July 10, 2016 - Archaeologists and volunteers work at the archaeological site in the Ashkelon National Park, Israel, on June 28, 2016. Archeologists said on July 10, 2016 they discovered the first Philistine cemetery in Israel's southern Mediterranean shore, hoping the discovery would solve the longstanding biblical question: Where did the ancient Philistine come from? The cemetery, dated to the 11th-8th centuries BC, was found in the coastal city of Ashkelon in southern Israel, once one of five city states of the Philistine in a region which is nowadays the Palestinian Gaza Strip and southern Israel.

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