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 Definition UNESCO World Historical Site and archeological dig in Israel with evidence of many prior battles; believed to be the prophesied site of the battle of Armageddon [d] [e]
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One must wonder...

If the airport developers succeed, and there were a time rift allowing the ancients to see it, if they regarded a wide-bodied jetliner full of tourists as the coming of Satan's forces. :-) Howard C. Berkowitz 14:16, 26 October 2009 (UTC)


differs between title and text. I think the latter is correct. Peter Jackson 10:49, 14 March 2013 (UTC)

I'm happy to go with the Megiddo as that appears to be common. I tried to move the page myself but there's currently a redirect at the target page so I'm unable to do it myself. D. Matt Innis would be able to delete the page to clear the way for the move but hasn't edited in nearly a month. Anton Sweeney is the only other constable, but hasn't edited since mid-2012. The alternative is copying the text here and pasting it over the redirect, but that's not ideal. Richard Nevell 19:24, 14 March 2013 (UTC)
Or the page could be moved to Tel Megiddo. Richard Nevell 19:30, 14 March 2013 (UTC)