In Jerusalem's Arnona neighborhood, archaeologists have discovered a 2,700 year old administrative center containing over 120 seal impressions stamped on jar handles that provide a sneak peek into tax collection in the period of the Judean monarchs. The compound is believed to have served as an administrative center during the days of Judean kings Hezekiah and Manasseh, from the 8th century to the middle of the 7th century BCE.  The seals are stamped with names of ancient cities in the Kingdom of Judah, senior officials and wealthy individuals. They comprise one of the largest and most important collections of seal impressions ever uncovered in archaeological excavations in Israel. KAN's Naomi Segal heard more about the discovery, uncovered during excavations for a new neighborhood, from Benjamin Storchan, an archaeologist for the Israel Antiquities Authority.