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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ISRAEL-MASK
RTX7P3OE
August 12, 2020
A diamond's setter works on a part of a protective coronavirus disease (COVID-19) gold face mask in a...
MOTZA, Israel
Custom-made, diamond encrusted gold coronavirus mask, being made in Israel
A diamond's setter works on a part of a protective coronavirus disease (COVID-19) gold face mask in a fine jewelry factory in Motza, Israel August 11, 2020. Picture taken August 11, 2020. REUTERS/ Ronen Zvulun
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ISRAEL-MASK
RTX7P3O6
August 12, 2020
Parts of a diamond encrusted gold coronavirus disease (COVID-19) face mask, is seen in a fine jewelry...
MOTZA, Israel
Custom-made, diamond encrusted gold coronavirus mask, being made in Israel
Parts of a diamond encrusted gold coronavirus disease (COVID-19) face mask, is seen in a fine jewelry factory in Motza, Israel August 11, 2020. Picture taken August 11, 2020. REUTERS/ Ronen Zvulun
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ISRAEL-MASK
RTX7P3O4
August 12, 2020
A diamond's setter works on a part of a protective coronavirus disease (COVID-19) gold face mask in a...
MOTZA, Israel
Custom-made, diamond encrusted gold coronavirus mask, being made in Israel
A diamond's setter works on a part of a protective coronavirus disease (COVID-19) gold face mask in a fine jewelry factory in Motza, Israel August 11, 2020. Picture taken August 11, 2020. REUTERS/ Ronen Zvulun
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ISRAEL-MASK
RTX7P3O7
August 12, 2020
A diamond's setter works on a part of a protective coronavirus disease (COVID-19) gold face mask in a...
MOTZA, Israel
Custom-made, diamond encrusted gold coronavirus mask, being made in Israel
A diamond's setter works on a part of a protective coronavirus disease (COVID-19) gold face mask in a fine jewelry factory in Motza, Israel August 11, 2020. Picture taken August 11, 2020. REUTERS/ Ronen Zvulun
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ISRAEL-MASK
RTX7P3O5
August 12, 2020
A diamond's setter works on a part of a protective coronavirus disease (COVID-19) gold face mask in a...
MOTZA, Israel
Custom-made, diamond encrusted gold coronavirus mask, being made in Israel
A diamond's setter works on a part of a protective coronavirus disease (COVID-19) gold face mask in a fine jewelry factory in Motza, Israel August 11, 2020. Picture taken August 11, 2020. REUTERS/ Ronen Zvulun
ARCHAEOLOGY-ISRAEL/
RTX6ZSK8
July 16, 2019
A man works next to a burial place at an excavation site where a huge prehistoric settlement was discovered...
MOTZA, Israel
A man works next to a burial place at an excavation site where a huge prehistoric settlement was discovered...
A man works next to a burial place at an excavation site where a huge prehistoric settlement was discovered by Israeli archaeologists in the town of Motza near Jerusalem July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ARCHAEOLOGY-ISRAEL/
RTX6ZSK3
July 16, 2019
A woman holds an arrowhead and a dagger, part of findings uncovered at a huge prehistoric settlement...
MOTZA, Israel
A woman holds an arrowhead and a dagger, part of findings uncovered at a huge prehistoric settlement...
A woman holds an arrowhead and a dagger, part of findings uncovered at a huge prehistoric settlement discovered by Israeli archaeologists in the town of Motza near Jerusalem July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ARCHAEOLOGY-ISRAEL/
RTX6ZSK2
July 16, 2019
Part of an excavation site where a huge prehistoric settlement was discovered by Israeli archaeologists,...
MOTZA, Israel
Part of an excavation site where a huge prehistoric settlement was discovered by Israeli archaeologists,...
Part of an excavation site where a huge prehistoric settlement was discovered by Israeli archaeologists, is seen in the town of Motza near Jerusalem July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ARCHAEOLOGY-ISRAEL/
RTX6ZSJX
July 16, 2019
A figurine, part of findings uncovered at a huge prehistoric settlement discovered by Israeli archaeologists,...
MOTZA, Israel
A figurine, part of findings uncovered at a huge prehistoric settlement discovered by Israeli archaeologists,...
A figurine, part of findings uncovered at a huge prehistoric settlement discovered by Israeli archaeologists, is seen at the excavation site in the town of Motza near Jerusalem July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ARCHAEOLOGY-ISRAEL/
RTX6ZSJW
July 16, 2019
A man holds a figurine depicting a human face, which is part of findings uncovered at a huge prehistoric...
MOTZA, Israel
A man holds a figurine depicting a human face, which is part of findings uncovered at a huge prehistoric...
A man holds a figurine depicting a human face, which is part of findings uncovered at a huge prehistoric settlement discovered by Israeli archaeologists, at the excavation site in the town of Motza near Jerusalem July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL/
RTR3BWUU
December 26, 2012
Archaeologist Anna Eirikh displays a horse figurine at Tel Motza archaeological site on the outskirts...
Israel
An archaeologist displays a horse figurine at Tel Motza archaeological site on the outskirts of Jerusalem...
Archaeologist Anna Eirikh displays a horse figurine at Tel Motza archaeological site on the outskirts of Jerusalem December 26, 2012. Israel's Antiquities Authority (IAA) said on Wednesday they unearthed a maze-like construction and a cache of sacred vessels some 2, 750 years old, including some unique figurines of men and horses, at the site. They said the findings are rare evidence that a religious following existed in the areas around Jerusalem at the beginning of the Judean monarchy. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR3BWUQ
December 26, 2012
An employee of the Israeli Antiquities Authority (IAA) displays figurines at Tel Motza archaeological...
Israel
An employee of the Israeli Antiquities Authority displays figurines at Tel Motza archaeological site...
An employee of the Israeli Antiquities Authority (IAA) displays figurines at Tel Motza archaeological site on the outskirts of Jerusalem December 26, 2012. IAA said on Wednesday they unearthed a maze-like construction and a cache of sacred vessels some 2, 750 years old, including some unique figurines of men and horses, at the site. They said the findings are rare evidence that a religious following existed in the areas around Jerusalem at the beginning of the Judean monarchy. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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