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Sensational discovery by archaeologists of Jena University at a Portuguese excavation site On a marble plate, measuring 40 by 60 centimeters, the name "Yehiel" can be read, followed by further letters which have not yet been deciphered. The Jena Archaeologists believe that the new discovery might be a tomb slab. Antlers, which were found very close to the tomb slab in the rubble, gave a clue to the age determination. "The organic material of the antlers could be dated by radiocarbon...
- A stinking tobacco.
- Offal; waste animal product; organic matter unfit for consumption.