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Archaeologists in Israel are hoping to find ancient Roman artifacts that will help archaeologists interpret their ancient artwork.
The Israel Antiquities Authority plans to use a laser scanner to scan the ancient images in hopes of discovering the inscriptions.
The project is being funded by the Israel Antiquity Authority, which owns the property.
It is the first time that Israeli archaeologists will be scanning the images.
The images, which will be scanned and analyzed, will then be compared with information from ancient Greek texts, ancient coins and ancient paintings.
The artifacts will be preserved in a museum, according to a statement.
The archaeological project will be conducted in two phases, with each phase taking between a week and two months to complete.
The first phase will use laser scanning, the second phase will rely on archaeological materials and ancient documents.
The project was first announced in April 2016, when the Israel Archaeology Authority announced plans to begin the scanning of ancient Roman artwork.
A laser scanner will be used to scan ancient images at the archaeological site of Arachina, north of Tel Aviv.
The laser scanning is part of a project to study the site, which has been under excavations since 2007.