A key used in the construction of modern homes has been found hidden in a bedroom wall in the Old City of Jerusalem.
The key is believed to have been made by the Romans from the ivory handle of an ivory pipe.
A few weeks ago, a team of archaeologists working at the Old and New Tracts of the Israeli Antiquities Authority unearthed a 3,000-year-old silver pipe in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Ummar.
The pipe is said to have belonged to a priest, but the pipe has never been formally identified, and no details have been published about its origin.
The pipe has been the subject of numerous excavation projects since its discovery, including one by the team that uncovered the remains of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem’s Old City in 2016.
This discovery is the first time that archaeologists have found an actual silver pipe.
The archaeologists found the pipe in a room inside a room that is about 5 meters wide by 3 meters high and about 10 meters long.
It was covered with a red plaster tile and was decorated with a small gold-colored marble.
It measures around 7.6 centimeters in height.
The Jerusalem Post obtained a sample of the pipe from the excavation, which is part of a project that includes excavations at the Temple and Old City.
The sample of pipe that the archaeologists found was very old, dating back to the first century AD, and it contains silver-plated copper, which dates back to ancient times.
This pipe, and the bronze pipe that has been excavated in Jerusalem, are believed to be the only examples of such a silver pipe found in Israel and have been interpreted to represent the pipes used in ancient Jerusalem.
“The pipe was the result of a ritual pipe being used by a priest who was an important priest in the Temple of Solomon.
It is also one of the oldest artifacts we have from that period,” archaeologist Yossi Shaked told The Jerusalem Times.
Shaked and his team, led by archaeologist Erez Gershon, have been digging the excavation sites for the last several months in order to uncover the pipes, which will then be tested for their provenance.
The pipes are found in the form of a small bowl, and they were found in several rooms of the house.
“We found that the silver pipe was buried in a chamber.
The chamber was in fact a room with a window that had a hole in the middle, and inside that room there were two large pipes, one in the front and one in a corner, and there were a couple of wooden stools that the priest used to carry out the work,” Gershon said.
The bronze pipe was found in a different room, and Gershim said that it had the same features as the silver.
The bronze pipe is also found in different rooms of a house.
The researchers discovered that the pipe’s handle was wrapped in a red cloth, and in addition to the silver, they also found a bronze plaque, which has a name engraved on it.
The plaque is a representation of the name of the priest that the team has been studying, but it is not clear if it is the priest’s name or the name he used.
The findings of the pipes are being kept secret, but Shaked has been in contact with the team to explain what is found.
“They have been working on this project since the beginning.
The artifacts we are uncovering are from a period of time that I have never seen before,” Shaked said.
“We have been investigating the pipes and the pipes have been found in all the houses we have been in, but we have not been able to determine the origin of the artifacts, because there is no archaeological record.”