Tomb of Herod the Great Found?

According to Hebrew University, the tomb of King Herod has been found at a place called Herodium. This is the King Herod. The Great. King of Judaea at the time of Jesus' birth. He died sometime around 4 BC, having reigned around 37 years. In addition to his NT role, most notably in the Gospel of Matthew, Herod the Great was known for his vast construction projects as well as the length of his reign over a mostly united Israel -- though as a Roman vassal. After his death, his Kingdom was divided among three of his sons.

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