New York Times (excerpt)



“…The most striking visit here takes place at the home of Theo Siebenberg. Mr. Siebenberg, born in Antwerp, Belgium, fled the Nazis as a child. After Israel captured all of Jerusalem in 1967, Mr. Siebenberg built a house. What should be its cellars is really a museum. In one cellar are the stone foundations of a 2,000-year-old aqueduct; in another is an equally old ritual bath. Beneath these cellars are even older remnants : rooms cut from rock during Solomon’s time…”


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