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by Jennifer Munro

The domestic cat has stamped its claws on ancient history. A long time ago someone left some amphora to dry in a place clearly owned by a cat. The mark of its claws is visible in the clay where the cat may have scratched or stretched. Centuries later this piece was found on Tel Akko.

About jennie
I'm the irritating person who's always there with a camera - wanting an interview, asking silly questions and getting in the way of the serious archaeology. I'm an author, a publisher (Fernro Publishing), an ex-advertising agency owner and Creative Director, a mother and a grandmother. I only do things I really want to do now - building Tel Akko's website with you was one of them.

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