Another archaeology discovery.
Remains of an affluent estate that had a fountain in its garden were recently unearthed during the course of excavations in Ramla. The excavations were conducted south of Highway 44 as preparatory work by the Netivei Israel Company, prior to the construction of a graded separation over the railroad tracks and along the existing route where drivers suffer from a bottle neck and very long delays during rush hour.
Apparently this fountain has been moved in tact to another location. I wonder how they do that.
Edit - I went back in this seed to correct a spelling error and forgot to click 'Not using this image', so this book advertisement came up and I, now, can't get rid of it. Apologize for my oversight.