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In Search of History

Israel, 1962 (MIFF 1963, History)

Director: E. Hirshbain, R. M. Kneller

A small party of archaeologists find Roman utensils, fragments of manuscripts in a cave used by Jewish insurgents fighting against the Roman army.

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