You'll know the Biblical back-story of Armageddon.
The ancient city is said to have witnessed numerous historic battles and is prophesied to oversee one more, as armies gather there for a battle during the end times.
But you may not know that the cheery ancient city, also known as Megiddo, is actually a real place - and that over the last 100 years, archaeologists have uncovered temples, palaces and city walls dating back to 586 BCE there.
Now, researchers have stumbled upon another stunning secret: a magnificent tomb untouched for 3,600 years.
A royal tomb discovered in ancient #Megiddo is replete with gold offerings. The 3,600-year-old burial chamber conta… https://t.co/7GXT9RlvGm
— Philippe Bohstrom (@Philippe Bohstrom)
Inside the burial chamber lie the remains of what looks like a family. A man, aged 40 to 60, a woman in her own 30s, and a child, around eight to ten years old.
Based on the the glitz within - from gold and silver jewellery to carved ivories, ceramic pots and stone jars - they were royal or elite.