New page: Kh. al-Ra’i

A new site was added in the Judea low hills area: Khirbet al-Ra’i

A multi-period archaeological site, with a peak settlement period during the Iron Age period. A rare inscription was found here, bearing the Biblical name Jerubba’al.


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New page: Tel Ein Haddah

A new site was added in the north-east area of Yizreel valley: Tel Ein Haddah

A multi-period archaeological site located on the plateau above Yavne’el, named after its spring (Ein Haddah).


 

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New page: Kh. ‘Alya

A new site was added in the Beth Shemesh area:

Khirbet el-‘Alya is a multi-period site, towering over the west side of Ramat Beit-Shemesh Aleph.

More here: Kh. el-Alya

 

 

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New Page: Horvat Ritma

A new site was added in the Negev area:

Ruins of a Israelite period desert fortress and small settlement, near the confluence of  Nahal Boker and HaRoeh streams with HaBasor stream.


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New Page: Ramat-Boker fortress

New site added in the Negev desert area: Ramat-Boker fortress

Ruins of Iron Age fortress and settlement, overlooking the valley of Nahal Boker. It guarded the ancient desert route thru Nahal Besor.

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Updated page: Beerotayim

  A new place was added in the Beerotayim (Ezuz) page: Iron Age fortress
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   An Iron Age fortress was located on the western hill overlooking the ancient route from to Kadesh Barnea, and protected the osasis of the “two wells”. It is dated to the Iron Age IIa period (1000-925 BC), and continued to be in use during the Persian period.

New Page: Naburiya

A new site was added in the Upper Galilee area: Naburiya (Kefar-Nevorya, Navoraya, Nebratein) –

A Jewish village of the first and second temple and the Roman/Byzantine periods, with ruins of a synagogue.


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