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The excavated mansion at Dungur is referred to locally as “the Queen of Sheba’s Palace.” It is more likely 4th-6th century AD in date, and was probably not a royal residence.
Professor Helmut Ziegert, of the archaeological institute at the university, has been supervising a dig in Aksum, northern Ethiopia, since 1999.
“From the dating, its position and the details that we have found, I am sure that this is the palace,” he said. The palace, that is, of the Queen of Sheba, who is believed to have lived in the 10th century BC.