Zilberbod said: 'Up until 2,000 years ago most of the roads in the country were actually improvised trails.'However during the Roman period, as a result of military and other campaigns, the national and international road network started to be developed in an unprecedented manner.
'The Roman government was well aware of the importance of the roads for the proper running of the empire.'She said that from the main roads, such as the 'Emperor's Road', there were secondary routes that led to the settlements where crops were grown.'The grain, oil and wine, which constituted the main dietary basis at the time, where transported along the secondary routes from the surroundings villages and then by way of the main roads to the large markets in Israel and even abroad,' she said.
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An ancient road that linked the Roman Empire to Jerusalem more than 2,000 years ago has been dug up by archaeologists.
The mile-long (1.5km) road was found littered with coins depicting Roman figureheads including the prefect Pontius Pilate, who is infamous for his part in the Crucifixion of Jesus.
The road, which is 20ft (six metres) wide, once linked Roman settlements in Bet Guvrin and Jerusalem to a main highway known as the 'Emperor's Road'.
An important figure in Roman society, Hadrian was made Emperor when Emperor Trajan died childless in AD117.
The emperor is best known for building walls around his colossal empire, including Hadrian's wall in Carlisle.
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