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Herodion - the castle and tomb of King Herod - View of the baths. The smoke went up the chimneys in the center side. Behind, under the cover, was the warm bath.

Finding King Herod's Tomb King Herod and his honored guests sat in a royal box at this theater that accommodated some 450 spectators.

Finding King Herod's Tomb

King Herod's Tomb, Israel. Found in Herodium in 2007, by archaeologist Ehud Netzer, a Hebrew University professor who has been working at Herodium since 1972. Herod died in 4 B.C. in Jericho.