Roman cemeteries in Qana
Lebanon, History, 6/29/2001
The Lebanese excavation official at the directorate of antiquities and museums Ali Badawi said that Roman tombs were found on Wednesday near the Lebanese town of Qana in South Lebanon.
Four metallic sculptors were found inside the wall of a cave containing human remains, Roman silver currencies and glass bottles at the main hall of the cave.
Badawi explained that there are other 4 halls in this cave which is of an area of 60 square meters whose content are not disclosed yet.
There is also another cave, just 700 meters from the cemetery including relief works and clay bottles. The Lebanese tourism directorate said that a miracle took place at that site which is called " Qana miracle" where, the Christ, according to the bibles, converted water into wine.
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