A map and aerial view of the Nabateans sites, with a link to their site review.
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The sites of the Nabateans are marked on the Google satellite/road map.
Hover over the marker to see the title, and press on the marker to jump to that site’s review. Select Map or Satellite display.
A table of sites appear below it; selecting any row will jump to its marker on the map.
The colored markers on the map stand for the classes of sites:
● Blue = Old Testament sites
● Purple= Nabatean/Roman/Byzantine sites
● Green= Nature/Farming sites
Impressive Nabatean city on the Incense Route.
A desert Oasis and Nabatean farmng.
A Nabatean port – the end of the ארשגק רםואק
A large Nabatean/Byzantine city.
Ruined Byzantine-Nabatean town in the western Negev desert
Archaeological site in Negev Highland area, with 17 water cisterns.
Trade route stations: Rogem Zafir, Horvat Zafir, Mazad Zafir.
An ancient Nabatean, Roman and Byzantine desert city situated along the Incense road.
The first station in Israel along the Incense and Spice route.
A Nabatean fortified station along the Incense route, then Byzantine city.
Nabatean quarry cave and ancient farming lands
Capital city of the Nabateans
Ruins of the vast Nabatean/Byzantine town scattered over 130 dunam
Impressive ruins of a Nabatean, Roman and Byzantine city in the Negev desert.
Israelite, Nabatean and Roman period fortresses near Hazeva oasis.
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This page was last updated on Jan 10, 2021 (new Google map)
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