This page lists the selected site of the month in BibleWalks.com
This page is a gallery of the Biblical sites that were selected by BibleWalks.com staff and readers as the “site of the month” during year 2016.
The selection of the “site of the month” is usually a new site that was added during that past month and was considered at that time as an important addition to the web site and worthy of highlighting. You can look on these sites in order to visit these “best” sites.
The sites are ordered from the recent month on the top.
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Dec 2016 Ateret Fortress
Ruins of a Crusaders fortress, near a key river crossing over the Upper Jordan river.
Nov 2016 Mo’a
Impressive and well preserved Nabatean site, a station along the Incense and Spice route.
Oct 2016 Har Yeruham
Prehistoric sites on hills above lake Yeruham, dated to the Middle Bronze I period; including a settlement, burial heaps and Amorite temple.
Sep 2016 Gath (Tel Zafit, Tell es-Safi)
Tel Zafit (Tell es-Safi) is one of the largest Biblical sites in Israel. Settlement started in the Early Bronze Age, and was occupied with some interruptions for 5,000 years until modern times. It is widely accepted by scholars as the Philistine city of Gath – the hometown of Goliath.
Aug 2016 Tel ‘Erani
Ruins of a large multi-period Canaanite city near Kiryat Gat, first fortified in the Early Bronze I period.
July 2016 Zefat Fortress
Ruins of a huge fortress dated to the Crusaders and Mamluke periods, on a high hill above the city of Zefat.
June 2016 Mashabei Sadeh
Remarkably preserved village in the Negev Highland area, dated to the Intermediate Bronze period.
May 2016 Gamal Hill (Mount Camel)
A small hill is located near the northern rim of Makhtesh Ramon, offering great views of the Makhtesh. Remains of a Bronze Age village are located on its northern foothills.
Apr 2016 Yehi’am Crusader fortress
Ruins of a Crusader hilltop fortress in the Upper Western Galilee near Kibbutz of Yehi’am.
Mar 2016 Tel Hadid
Ruins of a multi-period Biblical city located on hill above the highway #6 tunnel.
Ezra 2:1,33: “…came again unto Jerusalem and Judah, every one unto his city; … The children of Lod, Hadid, and Ono…”.
Feb 2016 Tel ‘Eton
Remains of a large Biblical city, identified as Eglon, located in the Judean low hills .
(Joshua 10 5): “Therefore the five kings of the Amorites… king of Eglon, gathered themselves … and made war against it”.
Jan 2016 Tell Ubeidiya (Tel Ovadiah)
A walled Biblical city on a mound near the Jordan River. Nearby, a major prehistoric site with earliest remains of Early man outside Africa.
Joshua 19:22: “And the coast reacheth to … Bethshemesh; and the outgoings of their border were at Jordan…”
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