Named Byblos, this archaeological site in Israel features ancient cedar beams used for construction of the city, and still preserved today.
Cedar wood is considered the ‘gold standard’ of timbers, used for its incomparable qualities of durability, workability and parasite resistance. By tracing isotopes that naturally occur in living trees, scientist have identified different regions from where the cedar originated.
Most of the cedar wood of the Byblos Ruins was traced back to forests in the East Mediterranean, floated down rivers to reach beaches for loading onto ships. Cedar wood is also known to have been used for the foundations of Solomon’s temple and the sarcophagi of Egyptian pharaohs.
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