Scientists believe that a gold earring belonged to the richest segment of the population of the then Jerusalem.
From the ancient temple in Jerusalem, archaeologists unearthed a Hellenistic gold earring, which is about 2.2 thousand years. It is reported by the Israeli Department of antiquities.
Decoration found during excavations in the givati Parking lot in the city of David national Park, located in the ancient area of Jerusalem.
At the University of tel Aviv believe that a gold earring in the form of the head of the antelope or the deer belonged to the richest segment of the population of the then Jerusalem.
Next to the earring, the archaeologists found a Golden bead with an ornament Dating from about the same period.
Found the earring and bead will present at the annual archaeological conference in the city of David, which will be held in early September.