Tell el-Hesi
Tell el-Hesi (Hebrew: תל חסי‎) is a 25-acre archaeological site in Israel. It was the first major site excavated in Palestine, first by Flinders Petrie in 1890 and later by Frederick Jones Bliss...
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Gadara Region Project
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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Stone circle (Iron Age)
The stone circles of the Iron Age (ca. 500 BC – ca. 400 AD) were a characteristic burial custom of southern Scandinavia, especially on Gotland and in Götaland during the Pre-Roman Iron Age and t...
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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...
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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Tel Megiddo
Megiddo (Hebrew: מגידו‎; Arabic: المجیدو‎, Tell al-Mutesellim) is a tell in northern Israel near Kibbutz Megiddo, about 30 km south-east of Haifa, known for its historical, geogra...
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Ain Dara Temple
The Ain Dara temple, located near the village of Ain Dara, northwest of Aleppo, Syria, is an Iron Age Syro-Hittite temple noted for its similarities to Solomon's Temple as described in the Hebrew Bibl...
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Tell en-Nasbeh
Tell en-Nasbeh, likely the biblical city of Mizpah in Benjamin, is a 3.2 hectare (8 acre) tell located on a low plateau 12 kilometers (7.5 mi) northwest of Jerusalem in the West Bank. The site li...
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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Borremose
Borremose is a raised bog in central Himmerland, Denmark south east of the town of Aars. The name translates directly as 'Borre'-bog, where 'Borre' might well be a derivation of the old word burgh mea...
Tel Be'er Sheva
Tel Be'er Sheva (Hebrew: תל באר שבע‎) is an archeological site in southern Israel believed to be the remains of the biblical town of Beersheba. It lies east of the modern city of Beersheba and w...
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Ura, Anatolia
Ura was very important port on the east Mediterranean coast of the southern Anatolia, in the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age. Probably located modern Silifke, or further west of Gilindere. In the Late ...
Arslan Tash
38°21′19″E / 36.89278°N 38.35528°E / 36.89278; 38.35528Arslan Tash (Turkish; Arslan - Lion, Taş - Stone), ancient Hadātu, is an archaeological site in northern Syria,in Aleppo...
Ashkelon
Ashkelon (also Ashqelon and Ascalon; Hebrew: אַשְׁקְלוֹן ; Arabic: عسقلان‎ ʿAsqalān ; Latin: Ascalonia ; Akkadian: Isqalluna ; Ancient Greek: Ἀσκάλων, Askalon) is a ...
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Nesactium
Nesactium (Istrian dialect: Vizače, Croatian: Nezakcij, Italian: Nesazio) was an ancient fortified town of the Histrii tribe. Its ruins are located in southern Istria, Croatia, between the village of ...
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Tell Qarqur
Tell Qarqur (Arabic: تل قرقور‎) is a major archaeological site located in the Orontes River Valley of western Syria. Situated in a rich alluvial plain known as the Ghab valley, the double-m...
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Tell Tweini
Tell Tweini is an archaeological site located 1 kilometers east of the modern city of Jableh, Syria. It is situated within the coastal plain of Jebleh within short distance of two other main archaeol...
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Al-Mina
Al-Mina (Arabic "the port") is the modern name given by Leonard Woolley to an ancient trading post on the Mediterranean coast of northern Syria, in the estuary of the Orontes, near present-day Samanda...
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Tulul adh-Dhahab
The Tulul adh-Dhahab (also: Tall / Telul edh Dhehab, Arabic: تلول الذهب), Jordan, are two adjacent tells in the Zarqa River valley, a sidevalley of the Jordan Valley about an hour's drive northwest of...
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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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Tel Kabri
Tel Kabri (Hebrew: תֵל כַבְרִי; Arabic: تَلْ ألْقَهوَة‎, Tell al-Qahweh, "the mound of coffee") is an archaeological site, home to one of the largest Middle Bronze (MB) Age (2,100–1,550 BC) ...
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