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1400-year-old work tools discovered at excavation site in northern Israel
Itay Blumenthal
Published: 30.10.19, 19:25
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1. Rabbis used to work for a living
Jake ,   Dallas   (10.30.19)
"The Jewish sources mention that Rabbi Yitzhak Nafha was an inhabitant of Usha, and his name ‘Nafha’, meaning ‘the blower’ indicates that he probably worked as a glass manufacturer".

I guess he didn’t get paid to sit around and smoke.
2. 1400 YEAR- OLD- TOOLS
What this article neglected to state was that these ancient work tools also included a receipt from
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