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The wilds of Germany may not have been off-limits to Roman legions, archaeologists announced on Monday.At a press conference in the woods near the town of Kalefeld, about 100 kilometers south of Hanover, researchers announced the discovery of a battlefield strewn with hundreds of Roman artifacts dating from the 3rd century A. Finding evidence of Roman fighting forces so far north is surprising, the archaeologists say. 9, thousands of Roman legionaries were slaughtered in a forest near modern-day Bremen.

The fragments languished for years, until the men finally decided to turn them in to Petra Loenne, the Northeim area archaeologist.

Finally, many Classical Archaeologists today look well beyond the ancient period, and study the archaeology of the region in the medieval and modern ages.

The classical periods of Greece and Rome, however, still provide the primary focus for Classical Archaeology and, for that reason, Classical Archaeology is closely related to the study of the classical languages, Greek and Latin, as well as the study of ancient art (i.e., history of art).

That indicates that Herod did not build the wall — part of which is venerated as Judaism's holiest prayer site — and that construction was not close to being complete when he died. The coins were found inside a ritual bath that predated construction of the renovated Temple Mount complex and which was filled in to support the new walls, Reich said.

"The find changes the way we see the construction, and shows it lasted for longer than we originally thought," said the dig's co-director, Eli Shukron. They show that construction of the Western Wall had not even begun at the time of Herod's death.