Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists excavating in the City of David National Park have discovered a rare 2000-year-old measuring table used for liquid items such as wine and olive oil in what appears to be a major town square along the Pilgrimage Road in Jerusalem. In addition to the measuring table, tens of stone measurement weights were also discovered in the same vicinity. These all support the theory that this was the location of the main city square and market on route to the Temple during the Second Temple Period, in what was historically known as Jerusalem’s lower city. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more from Professor Ronny Reich, who is currently researching the finds.