BRONZE AGE BLADES. Three bronze weapons—two spearheads and an axe—along with a juglet and three oil lamps were found in a narrow crevice near the deep shaft of the cave’s main chamber. The photo, shows archaeologist Amir Goldman at the moment of discovery of one of the spearheads. Although the oil lamps date to Late Roman–Early Byzantine period (sec-ond–fourth centuries C.E.), the weapons and juglet are much earlier. The two spearheads measure 9.2 inches and 7.8 inches long and probably date to the Intermediate Bronze Age. The juglet dates to the Early Bronze Age.