Kadim
Kadim (Hebrew: כַּדִּים) was an Israeli settlement on a hilltop in the northern West Bank under the administrative jurisdiction of Shomron Regional Council.
The settlement, close to Jenin, attract...
Tighrinna
Tighrinna, also known as Harit il Yhud (The Jewish Quarter), was a Jewish village located in the Gharyan District of northern Libya. Several hundred metres separated it from Menzel Tighrinna, where th...
Romema
Romema (Hebrew: רוממה‎) (lit. Uplifted) is a neighbourhood in northwest Jerusalem, Israel, just off the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway at the main entrance to the city. It occupies the highest hill ...
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Banias
Banias (or Paneas; Greek: Πανειάς; Arabic: بانياس الحولة‎; Hebrew: בניאס‎) is a natural spring and archaeological site by the ancient city of Caesarea Philippi, located at the foot...
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Rujm el-Hiri
Rujm el-Hiri (Arabic: رجم الهري‎, Rujm al-Hīrī; Hebrew: גִּלְגַּל רְפָאִים Gilgal Refā'īm or Rogem Hiri) is an ancient megalithic monument, consisting of concentric circles of stone with a t...
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Sa-Nur
Sa-Nur (Hebrew: שָׂא נוּר, lit. Flame Carrier) was an Israeli settlement in the northern West Bank under the administrative jurisdiction of Shomron Regional Council until 2005. Prior to its demolitio...
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Hurvat Amudim
Hurvat Amudim or Sde Amudim was an ancient village, now an archaeological site, in Israel, located south-east of the Beit Netofa Valley, on the eastern side of Highway 65 between Golani Interchange an...
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Bethsaida
Bethsaida /ˌbɛθ.seɪˈiːdə/ (Greek: Βηθσαΐδά bēthsaidá;, from Hebrew/Aramaic בית צידה beth-tsaida "house of fishing") is a place mentioned in the New Testament.
A city east of the Jordan River, in a...
Timnah
Timnath or Timnah was a Philistine city in Canaan that is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible in Judges 14. It has been identified with Tel Batash (Hebrew: תל בטש‎), a tel located in the Sorek Valley,...
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Slav (village)
Slav (Hebrew: שְׂלָו, lit. Quail) was a Jewish village and an Israeli settlement in the Gush Katif settlement bloc, located in the south-west edge of the Gaza Strip until 2005.
Slav was founded as...
Ganim
Ganim (Hebrew: גַּנִּים) was a village and an Israeli settlement in the northern West Bank under the administrative local government of the Shomron Regional Council.
The settlement was founded in ...
Al-Nabi Yusha'
Al-Nabi Yusha' (Arabic: النبي يوشع‎ was a small Palestinian village in the Galilee situated 17 kilometers to the northeast of Safad, with an elevation of 375 meters above sea level. It bec...
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Quneitra
Quneitra (also Al Qunaytirah, Qunaitira, or Kuneitra; Arabic: القنيطرة‎ al-Qunayṭrah) is the largely destroyed and abandoned capital of the Quneitra Governorate in south-western Syria. It i...
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Gamla
Gamla (Hebrew: גמלא‎) was an ancient Jewish city on the Golan Heights, believed to have been founded as a Seleucid fort during the Syrian Wars. The site of a Roman siege during the Great Revolt ...
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Tell es-Safi
Tell es-Safi (Arabic: تل الصافي, Tall aṣ-Ṣāfī, "the white hill"; Hebrew: תל צפית, Tel Tzafit) was a Palestinian village, located on the southern banks of Wadi 'Ajjur, 35 kilometers (22 mi) northw...
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Netzarim (settlement)
Netzarim (Hebrew: נְצָרִים) was an Israeli settlement in the Gaza Strip about 5 kilometers southwest of Gaza City. It was established in 1972. In August 2005, the inhabitants of Netzarim were evicted...
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Ashdod-Sea
Ashdod-Yam is an Iron Age archaeological site on the Mediterranean coast of Israel in southern part of the modern city of Ashdod and about 5 kilometres southwest of Tel Ashdod (site of one of the anci...
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Fiq, Syria
Fiq (Arabic: فيق‎) is a former Syrian town administratively belonging to Al Quneitra Governorate, located in the Golan Heights. Residing at an altitude of 349 meters (1,145 ft), the Isr...
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Tel Arad
Tel Arad (Hebrew: תל ערד‎) or "old" Arad is located west of the Dead Sea, about 10 kilometres (6 miles) west of modern Arad in an area surrounded by mountain ridges which is known as the Arad Pl...
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Gath (city)
Gath, Gat, or Geth (Hebrew: גַּת‎, Winepress; Latin: Geth), often referred to as Gath of the Philistines, was one of the five Philistine city-states, established in northwestern Philistia. A...
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Tel Hai
35°34′42″E / 33.23500°N 35.57833°E / 33.23500; 35.57833Tel Hai (Hebrew: תֵּל חַי, meaning "Hill of Life" in Hebrew; Tal-ha in Arabic) is a name of a former Jewish settlement i...
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Umm el Kanatir
Um el Kanatir (Umm al-Qanāṭir) (ام القناطر) (Hebrew: אם הקשתות‎) (lit. "Mother of the Arches") is an archaeological site in the Golan Heights dated to the 6th-8th century. Excavations have reve...
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Caesarea Philippi
Caesarea Philippi (Ancient Greek Καισαρεία Φιλίππεια) or Caesarea Paneas (Καισαρεία Πανειάς) was an ancient Roman city located at the southwestern base of Mount Hermon, adjacent to a spring, grotto, ...
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Katzrin ancient village and synagogue
The Katzrin ancient village and synagogue (Hebrew: קצרין העתיקה‎; also Kasrin, Qisrin) is an open air museum located in the Golan Heights on the outskirts of the Israeli settlement Katzrin. It f...
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Tabun Cave
The Tabun Cave is an excavated cave located at Nahal Me'arot Nature Reserve, Israel and is one of Human Evolution sites at Mount Carmel, which were proclaimed as having universal value by UNESCO in 20...
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Golan
Golan (Hebrew: גּולן‎; Arabic: جولان‎ Gōlān or Jōlān; Greek: Γαυλανῖτις Gaulanítis) was a biblical city in Land of Israel. It was in the territory of Manasseh in the Bashan.Golan ...
Hippos
Hippos (Ancient Greek: Ἵππος, "horse") is an archaeological site in Israel, located on a hill overlooking the Sea of Galilee. Between the 3rd century BC and the 7th century AD, Hippos was the sit...
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Seleucia Samulias
Seleucia Samulias – Seleucia (Greek: Σελεύκεια) also transliterated as Seleukeia or Seleukheia; in the Talmud, Selik, Selika, and Selikos; in the Aramaic Targum, Salwaḳia or Salwaḳya –...