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In History
June 3, 1853 A.D. Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie, who excavated Tel el-Hesi, the site of the first major archaeological excavations in Israel (then called Palestine), and became known as the “Father of Palestinian Archaeology,” is born in London.

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