Palestinian nabbed at Gaza border with rare coins from 4th century BCE
17 Juillet, 2017, 23:35 | Author: Come Portier
In March, three Palestinian men were indicted for allegedly attempting to dig up rare coins in an archeological site near Modi'in in central Israel.
During a search of an Arab merchant trying to enter Israel through the crossing, four rare, precious coins, probably from the Alexander the Great era, were discovered.
The Defense Ministry statement says authorities believe the coins were likely smuggled into Gaza from Egypt, and were en route to Israel where they would be sold on the black market.
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The suspect is detained for questioning. The Defense Ministry also summoned representatives from the Israel Antiquities Authority to the Erez crossing to further examine the rare coins.
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