Un fermier palestinien a découvert une sculpture en pierre vieille de plus de 4 500 ans dans le sud de la bande de Gaza.
The Palestinian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said the 22-centimeter (6.7-inch) tall limestone head was found while the farmer was working his land in Khan Yunis, and is believed to be dated to around 2,500 BC.
« The statue represents the Canaanite goddess, Anat, » Jamal Abu Reda, in charge of antiquities at the ministry, said in a statement.
Anat, one of the best-known Canaanite deities, was the goddess of love and war. LINK TO ARTICLE