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This picture taken on September 20, 2022 shows some of vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site, on displayed at the Israel Antiquities Authority offices in Jerusalem. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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This picture taken on September 20, 2022 shows one of vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site, on displayed at the Israel Antiquities Authority offices in Jerusalem. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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This picture taken on September 20, 2022 shows some of vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site, on displayed at the Israel Antiquities Authority offices in Jerusalem. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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An employee at the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) holds one of the vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site and on display at the IAA offices in Jerusalem on September 20, 2022. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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This picture taken on September 20, 2022 shows some of vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site, on displayed at the Israel Antiquities Authority offices in Jerusalem. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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This picture taken on September 20, 2022 shows some of vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site, on displayed at the Israel Antiquities Authority offices in Jerusalem. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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This picture taken on September 20, 2022 shows some of vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site, on displayed at the Israel Antiquities Authority offices in Jerusalem. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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This picture taken on September 20, 2022 shows some of vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site, on displayed at the Israel Antiquities Authority offices in Jerusalem. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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An employee at the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) holds one of the vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site and on display at the IAA offices in Jerusalem on September 20, 2022. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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This picture taken on September 20, 2022 shows some of vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site, on displayed at the Israel Antiquities Authority offices in Jerusalem. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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An employee at the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) holds one of the vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site and on display at the IAA offices in Jerusalem on September 20, 2022. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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An employee at the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) holds one of the vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site and on display at the IAA offices in Jerusalem on September 20, 2022. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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An employee at the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) holds one of the vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site and on display at the IAA offices in Jerusalem on September 20, 2022. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)

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An employee at the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) handles one of the vessels that are believed to have contained opium in the 14th century BC, found at the Tel Yehud burial site and on display at the IAA offices in Jerusalem on September 20, 2022. - Israeli experts on September 20 said that they had uncovered the oldest known evidence of opium use, after discovering residue of the hallucinogenic drug in pottery dating from the 14th Century BC. A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Weizmann Institute of Science found evidence that opium was used in burial rituals in Canaan, a ancient territory that roughly encompasses modern day Israel and the Palestinian territories. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP)