A photo showing workers and archeologists at the excavation site in Bustan al-Kabeer in Sidon. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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A Roman wall and two burial grounds are among the latest archaeological treasures unearthed in the southern city of Sidon, which every now and then reveals another glimpse of its rich and ancient history.The burial grounds and the wall – more than 12 meters long and up to 2.5 meters high – were found at a construction site in the Sidon neighborhood of Bustan al-Kabir. More ruins were discovered in another district of Sidon Wednesday, as an ancient Roman column was lifted from a public work site in the city.In November of last year, Sidon began constructing a museum to preserve and showcase its precious ruins.
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