Neshama Spielman, 12, was 8 years old when she found the amulet during a dig inside the Emek Tzurim national park
by May 18, 2016 | Evidence | ….|
In 2011, eight-year-old Neshama Spielman discovered a rare ancient Egyptian amulet, while working at the Temple Mount Sifting Project in Jerusalem. Recently, archaeologists finally deciphered its intricate inscriptions. The Egyptian hieroglyphics revealed the name of Thutmose III, one of the most powerful pharaohs in Egypt’s history.
…. Spielman made the incredible find when she came with her family to take part in the Sifting Project. “While I was sifting, I came across a piece of pottery that was different from others I had seen, and I immediately thought that maybe I had found something special,” she said in a press release.