7-year-old URI Gringot while walking near the village of Rehob, South of Beit Shean, and found a statue, dated by archaeologists to about the fourteenth century BC, reports the press service of the Israel antiquities authority.
In the tel Rehov, walking with his father and friend, URI noticed a stone figure covered with earth. When he scraped the dirt, he saw a woman’s picture.
According to the mother of URI, Gringot Moria, he was very excited to have found an ancient statue, especially after his parents explained to him how valuable and important to many people is a godsend.
Family Gringot notified about the discovery of the antiquities authority, and the school has URI.
According to honorary Professor at the Hebrew University of Amihay Mazar, who led excavations in tel Rehov, the brass statue of a naked woman, was found URI, is typical of the Canaanite culture of the XV-XIII centuries BC. Apparently, this is a figure of the goddess of love and the power of Astarte (she of Atargatis, Ishtar, the Ushers, Asherat, Ashtart, usher, Ashirat).