Jerash - Documentary
Northern Jordan contains many magnificent historic locations including that of Gerasa, today's Jerash, that is one of the most well-preserved metropolises of...
Tall Zira'a
The Tall Zira'a (or: Tell Zera'a) is an archaeological tell in Jordan. Surveys and geophysical investigations showed the site's great potential for excavations.Tall Zira´a contains evidence of over 50...
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Kamid al lawz
Kamid al lawz (or Kamid el-Loz) is located in West Bekaa, Lebanon.
This town was the site of major German archaeological excavations between 1963 and 1981. One of the most important sites in Leban...
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Tel Tsaf
Tel Tsaf (Hebrew: תל צף‎) is an archaeological site located in the central Jordan Valley, south-east of Beit She'an. It was first tested in 1978–1980 by Ram Gophna of Tel Aviv University. In...
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Nob, Israel
Nob was a place in ancient Israel in the vicinity of Jerusalem. It may have been located close to Bahurim, near the Mount of Olives or possibly further north at Tell Shuafat. It likely belonged to th...
Tell Qasile
Tell Qasile is an archaeological site in Tel Aviv, Israel. Over 3,000 years old, the site contains the remains of a port city founded by the Philistines in the 12th century BC. It is located near the ...
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Sela (Edom)
Sela (Arabic: السلع‎, Hebrew: סֶּלַע‎, transliteration Sela‛, meaning rock; Arabic: as-Sala‛; Greek: πέτρα; Latin: petra) was the capital of Edom, situated in the great valley ...
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Alcoihtih
Thirteen ancient Pre-Islamic towns have been discovered in Saudi Arabia up to the present day. These include Qaryat al-Fāw, the Al-Ukhdūd archeological area, Madā'in Ṣālih, Jubbah, Tārūt, Al-Shuwayḥaṭ...
Gennesaret
35°30′26″E / 32.86056°N 35.50722°E / 32.86056; 35.50722Kinneret is the name of an important Bronze and Iron Age city situated on the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee, ...
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Yodfat
Yodfat (Hebrew: יוֹדְפַת), is a moshav shitufi (a type of cooperative village) in the Lower Galilee, south of Carmiel, Israel. Part of the Misgav Regional Council and located in the vicinity of the At...
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Iram of the Pillars
Iram of the Pillars (Arabic: إرَم ذات العماد, Iram ḏāt al-`imād), also called Aram, Iram, Irum, Irem, Erum, or the City of the tent poles is a reference to a lost city, a tribe or an area mentioned in...
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Dhiban
Dhiban is a Jordanian town located in Madaba Governorate, approximately 70 kilometers south of Amman and east of the Dead Sea. Previously nomadic, the modern community settled the town in the 1950s. ...
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Umm Qais
Umm Qais (Arabic: أم قيس‎, meaning "Mother of Qais"), sometimes transliterated as Umm Qays, is a town in northern Jordan near the site of the ancient town of Gadara. It is situated in the ...
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Gibeon (ancient city)
Gibeon (Hebrew: גבעון‎, Standard Hebrew Giv'on, Tiberian Hebrew Giḇʻôn) was a Canaanite city north of Jerusalem that was conquered by Joshua. The pre-conquest inhabitants of Gibeon, the Gibeonit...
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Numeira
Numeira is an archaeological site near the Dead Sea. The site has substantial Early Bronze Age remains.Numeira is also the name given to the river and valley (wadi) adjacent to the archaeological s...
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Neve David
Neve David is an Early Epipaleolithic site located at the foot of the western slope of the Mount Carmel hills in northern Israel. It was inhabited in the later part of the Early Epipaleolithic, about ...
Arsuf
Arsuf (Hebrew: אַרְסוּף , ארשוף , "Arshooph", "Arsoof" ; Arabic: أرْسُوف‎, "ʾArsūf"), also known as Arsur or Apollonia (Ancient Greek Απολλωνία), was an ancient city and fortress located i...
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Ma'rib
Ma'rib (Arabic: مأرب‎) or Marib is the capital city of the Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen and was the capital of the Sabaean kingdom, which some scholars believe to be the ancient Sheba of biblic...
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Zorah
34°59′7.26″E / 31.7750861°N 34.9853500°E / 31.7750861; 34.9853500Zorah (Hebrew: צרעה‎) or Tzorah, perhaps "place of wasps," was a biblical town in the low country of Jud...
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Natin
A Natin (Hebrew: נתין‎) is an alleged descendant of the Gibeonites. In Judaism, special regulations apply to such people; they are not, for example, traditionally permitted to marry ordinary Jew...
Zelah, Judea
Zelah was a place in the territory of the Tribe of Benjamin, ancient Judea, known as the burial place of King Saul, his father Kish and his son Jonathan. Saul and Jonathan died during the Battle of Gi...