A mysterious inscription and drawings written in soot and mud found inside a hidden chamber under a building site baffles experts in Jerusalem.
In Arnona, a growing suburb located inside Jerusalem, an interesting discovery was made by the Israel Antiquities Authorities.
Hidden inscriptions and drawings dating back to the second temple period around the time of a war that happened in 67-70AD in Jerusalem.
The team found drawings of plants, boats and even a menorah inside the ancient bath house. Along with the drawings was inscriptions that appear to be peoples names and names of places written Hebrew and Aramaic texts.