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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 THE‘BAD GUYS  In Israel, diggers unearth Philistine city  TEL EL-SAR, Israel (AP)  At I he remains ot an ant lent m('fro|)(»Iis in southern Isr.u'l, arc haeolo-gists are puu ing together the history ot a |H*ople renK'nilx'red ( hiet ly ,is the bad guys ot the Hebrew Bible.  The c ity of (iath, vvhert* th(‘ annual (ligging scMson b(‘gan this vv(‘ek, is helping s( holars paint a ntor(‘ nuant ed portrait ot th(‘ Philistines, who appear in the biblu al story as th(> p('rennial enemies ot th(> Israelites.  ( lose to three millennia ago, ( lath w.is on the iron-tier Ix'twcvn the Philistines, who o( c upi('(l th(' Mediter-ran('an coastal plain, and the Israelites, who ton trollerl the inland hills. The (ity's most tanious residt'nt, according to the Hook ot Samuel, was ('loliath — the giant warrior improbably telled by the' young sh('p-herd Oavid and his sling.  The I’hilistines "art- th<‘ ultimate other, almost, in th(' biblii al stor\'," said Aren M.K'ir ot B.ir-llan Universi ty, the ar< h.ieologist in (harge ot the e\;t .ivation.  Th(' lat('st summer ext <i vation season bt'g.m this  past wcH'k, with lOO flig-gers trom ( anada, South Korea, the Uniietl States anti elsewhert', adding to the wealth t)t relics found at the site' since Maier's project began in I  In a sc|uare hoU', s(»veral (’hilistine jugs nt'arly i,(KK) years old were emerging from the soil. One paintecl shard jiist uni'arthet l had a rust rc‘d framt‘ and a Ivlac k spiral: a dcHoratitin common in ant ieni Oet'k art and <1 hint to the* f’hilistin(< t>rigins in the Aegean.  The Philistines arrived by sea from the area of mtjd-ern-tlay (ireece around 12(H) B.('. They went on to rult' major ports at Ashkelon and Asfitlotl, nt>vv c ilies in Israel, ,ind at ( ui/a, now part ot the Palfstinian tc'rritonk' know n as the (la/.i  At (lath, they sett It'd t)n site that hatl been inhabitcMl sint e prehistorK timc>s. Digs like this t)nt> have shown that though they atlt)pted aspt'tIs ot lotal t ulturt', tht'v did nol lorget their roots, I ven liv(' ten tunes .tiler their arriv.il, tor ex.imple, fhev were still worshipping gods with ( .ret'k nanies.  Arc hae()ltjgists have ft)und that the Philistine dic't ItMnc'd heavily on grass |)C’a It'ntils, an Aegean staple. Ant ient l)t)nes disc ard-t'ci at tilt' site sht)w that they als() ate pigs and dt)gs, unlikt' the neighbt)ring Israelite's, wht) deemed thtnse .inimals unclean restrit tions that still exist in It'wish dietary law.  Diggers at ( lath have also unci)Vf*red traces t)f a dc'strut titvn t>f the c ity in the *Mh century B.C;., incluthng a ditch and t'mbankment built art)und the t ity by a besieging army — still visible as a dark line running at rt)ss thc' surrountling hills.  Tlic ra/ing of ( jath at that time ap[)t\irs tt) havt» l)een the work ot the Aramtvin kmg tiazael in HiO B.( ., ,in int iflent mentitxied in the Book ot Kings.  ('lath's impt)r1ant c‘ is that till' "wondertul assemblagt' ofm.ittMial t Lilture" unt t)v-t'rc'ti tht'rt' sheds light tm how tht' I'hilistint's lived in the lOth anti *»lh tenlurit'S B.( , said Seymour ( litin, diret lor ot tht'VV.f. Albright Institute ot Art hat'ologic al Keseart h in lerus.ilem anti an c'xpt'rt on tht' [’hilistinc's.  Your Water Supply is wtiat matters.  Cument Water Restriction Status:  Sti^2  NBU customers are now allowed to use a sprinkler or irrigation system one day per week based on ttie last digit of your address:     Last Digit    Watering Day      0 or 1    Monday      2 or 3    Tuesdáy      4 or 5    Wednesday      6 or 7    Thursday      8 or 9    Friday     Everyone is askecJ to t>ecome more aware (of water and i ise it res|:x)nsibly. Ex|;>erts estimiile that more than 60% of our water sup[)ly goes toward outdoor use. It is also the type of usage where reductions can create the largest benefit. Tliere are a numt^er of tochnicjues whicti can fielp you prepare tor riiore severe drougtit wittiout aciversely affecting your lifestyle or your budget. NBU offers free water autiits for its custortiers to help identify areas where reductions in wiiter consumption can be made. Just call (8^30) 608-8925 to schedule an audit.  Note; Watering witti 3 hand field fiose, bucket, soaker hose that does not spray water in the air, or a drip irrigation system is still allowed on any day, t)ut only before 10am anci after 8prTi.  SPRINKLERS  iSJors/n'p al the c/iurcfi oí uour c/ioice  There is also complete information atx)ut the days you may use a sprinkler dunng any stage ot conservation and tielpful water conservation ideas available at  www.nbutexas.com  under the Conseivation tab or t)y calling (830) 608-8925.  NBU  Here is what matters.  HiIITCV OxiNPlY ChIIR( h  .’■ r»lM > e.(iH l iM I'inIik 1 VniK'k Riiknwii Siili >1. Ul ,1 111 \\ii|>|ll|> 11 .1 IH 'XrtI pt.iva ,uul pMi'* uiiniir, khls H<hy FAMav Caimcmk OnmcH ó S riuyi'ii Avi , (>Ó*l 1 ij(), \s\sw-litnlioru \Uvscs (Sp.iuisllt .Moll, iliuis S.11 ' ^0,1.111  I.lig-i.    lui Wixl I n '0 .|,in S,il ■' (Mil ''iiii iSp.inisli! X ,1 111 . ll iit;.l 10 ,1.111 \ r^i'iii  I'asloi Ra Icii.ilius (l i'ikK I Hiiiutt.ui. 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