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King Solomon’s mines were abandoned and became a desert wasteland. Here’s why.
Copper mines in southern Israel that may have inspired the legend of King Solomon's mines of gold were abandoned 3,000 years ago, when people there used up all the plants to make charcoal.

King Solomon’s mines were abandoned and became a desert wasteland. Here’s why.,Copper mines in southern Israel that may have inspired the legend of King Solomon’s mines of gold were abandoned 3,000 years ago, when people there used up all the plants to make charcoal.

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