A 2,700-year-old toilet was discovered in Jerusalem

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A A 2,700-year-old private toilet has been discovered by archaeologists in the ruins of an ancient luxury home in Jerusalem.

This is an extremely rare find, since thousands of years ago defecation in bathrooms it was a luxury owned by extremely wealthy people.

The toilet is carved in limestone and has a hole in the middle. It was located above a pit and was found in a square room which is considered to be the bathroom of the house. The bath also had about 30 vessels, which archaeologists believe were used for space fragrances in the form of aromatic oils.

Close to the bathroom archaeologists have found evidence of a garden full of fruit trees and aquatic plants.

In combination with the elaborate decorations on the columns, the image of a luxurious house is formed and archaeologists assume that it was the palace of one of the kings of the kingdom of the Jews.

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