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Historical and biblical sites in Israel


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Timeline of historical events in Israel

Archeology in Israel involves the systematic investigation of all the remains of the country's past - from prehistory to the end of Ottoman rule. The profusion of material remains is evidence of the many cultures that have left their imprint on the Land. This unbroken chain of history can be observed at sites all over the country. Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, has been the focus of extensive archeological activity and remains of 5,000 years of history have been revealed. Show list
BIBLICAL TIMES
(17th-6th C. BCE - Before the Common Era)
17th century BCE Abraham, Isaac, Jacob - patriarchs of the Jewish people and bearers of a belief in one God - settle in the Land of Israel.
Famine forces Israelites to migrate to Egypt.
13th century BCE Exodus from Egypt: Moses leads Israelites from Egypt, followed by 40 years of wandering in the desert.
Torah, including the Ten Commandments, received at Mount Sinai.
13th-12th centuries BCE Israelites settle in the Land of Israel
1020 BCE Jewish monarchy established; Saul, first king.
1000 BCE Jerusalem made capital of David's kingdom.
960 BCE First Temple, the national and spiritual center of the Jewish people, built in Jerusalem by King Solomon.
930 BCE Divided kingdom: Judah and Israel
Neo-Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian periods
(732 – 539 BCE)
722 - 720 BCE Israel crushed by Assyrians; 10 tribes exiled (Ten Lost Tribes).
586 BCE Judah conquered by Babylonia; Jerusalem and First Temple destroyed; most Jews exiled.
THE SECOND TEMPLE PERIOD
(538 BCE - 136 CE)
538 - 515 BCE Many Jews return from Babylonia; Temple rebuilt.
332 BCE Land conquered by Alexander the Great; Hellenistic rule.
The Hellenistic period
(332 – 37 BCE)
166 - 160 BCE Maccabean (Hasmonean) revolt against restrictions on practice of Judaism and desecration of the Temple
142 - 129 BCE Jewish autonomy under Hasmoneans.
129 - 63 BCE Jewish independence under Hasmonean monarchy.
63 BCE Jerusalem captured by Roman general, Pompey.
63 BCE - 313 CE Roman rule
The Roman period
(37 BCE – 324 CE)
37 BCE Herod, Roman vassal king, rules the Land of Israel;
Temple in Jerusalem refurbished
4 BCE King Herod dies. Herodian Kingdom divided to Tetrarchies under Roman protection.

0 (CE - The Common Era)
20 - 33 CE Ministry of Jesus of Nazareth
66 CE Jewish revolt against the Romans
70 CE Destruction of Jerusalem and Second Temple.
73 CE Last stand of Jews at Masada.
132 - 135 CE Bar Kokhba uprising against Rome.
210 CE Codification of Jewish oral law (Mishna) completed.
Byzantine Period
(324 CE - 638 CE)
326-335 CE Church of the Nativity is built in Bethlehem and Eleona Basilica and Church of the Holy Sepulchre are built in Jerusalem
390 CE Commentary on the Mishna (Jerusalem Talmud) completed.
614 CE Persian invasion
628 CE The area restores to Byzantine rule.
629 CE Nearly 150,000 Jews are massacred and expelled by Byzantines from Jerusalem and the Galilee.
The Arab Caliphate Period
(636 CE - 1099 CE)
638 CE The conquest of Jerusalem by the armies of the Rashidun Caliphate (Islamic Empire) under Caliph Umar.
691 CE On site of First and Second Temples in Jerusalem, Dome of the Rock built by Caliph Abd el-Malik.
The Crusader period
(Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem 1099 – 1291)
1099 First Crusade and the establishment of the Christian Kingdom of Jerusalem.
1147 - 1149 Second Crusade
1191 Third Crusade led by the armies of Richard the Lionhearted.
1260 Battle of Ain Jalut between the Egyptian Mamluks and the Mongols which took place in the Jezreel Valley.
The Mamluk period
(1260 - 1517)
1291 Fall of Acre which resulted in the Crusaders loss of their last major stronghold of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem.
The Ottoman period
(1517 - 1917)
1517 conquest of Palestine by the armies of the Turkish Sultan Selim I.
1538 – 1535 Suleiman the Magnificent restores the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem and the Jerusalem city walls (which are the current walls of the Old City of Jerusalem).
1564 Code of Jewish law (Shulhan Arukh) published.
1860 First neighborhood (Yemin Moshe) built outside walls of Jerusalem's Old City.
1882 - 1903 First Aliya (large-scale immigration), mainly from Russia.
1897 First Zionist Congress convened by Theodor Herzl in Basel, Switzerland; Zionist Organization founded.
1904 - 1914 Second Aliya , mainly from Russia and Poland.
1909 First kibbutz , Degania, and first modern all-Jewish city, Tel Aviv, founded.
The British Mandate period
(1917 - 1948)
1917 400 years of Ottoman rule ended by British conquest; British Foreign Minister Balfour pledges support for establishment of a "Jewish national home in Palestine"
1919 - 1923 Third Aliya , mainly from Russia
1920 Histadrut (General Federation of Labor) and Haganah (Jewish defense organization) founded.
Vaad Leumi (National Council) set up by Jewish community (Yishuv) to conduct its affairs.
1921 First moshav (cooperative village), Nahalal, founded.
1922 Britain granted Mandate for Palestine (Land of Israel) by League of Nations; Transjordan set up on three-fourths of the area, leaving one fourth for the Jewish national home.
Jewish Agency representing Jewish community vis-a-vis Mandate authorities set up.
1924 Technion, first institute of technology, founded in Haifa.
1924 - 1932 Fourth Aliya, mainly from Poland.
1925 Hebrew University of Jerusalem opened on Mount Scopus.
1929 Hebron Jews massacred by Arab terrorists.
1931 Etzel, Jewish underground organization, founded.
1933-39 Fifth Aliya, mainly from Germany.
1936-39 Anti-Jewish riots instigated by Arab terrorists.
1939 Jewish immigration severely limited by British White Paper.
1939 - 1945 World War II; Holocaust in Europe.
1941 Lehi underground movement formed; Palmach, strike force of Haganah, set up.
1944 Jewish Brigade formed as part of British forces.
1947 UN proposes the establishment of Arab and Jewish states in the Land.
STATE OF ISRAEL
1948
1948 End of British Mandate (14 May) State of Israel proclaimed (14 May).
Israel invaded by five Arab states (15 May).
Israel Defense Forces (IDF) established. War of Independence (May 1948-July 1949).

Archaeological sites

Due to Israel's long and rich prehistoric and ancient history, and its small size, the country maintains the highest ratio of ancient sites per area in the world. There are Archaeological sites all over Israel. Below is a list of all archaeological sites in Israel. Show list
Location Description
Akko The Maritime Capital of the Crusader Kingdom
Apollonia-Arsuf A Crusader City and Fortress on the Mediterreanean Coast
Arad Canaanite city and Israelite citadel in the Negev
Avdat A Nabatean City in the Negev
Banyas Cult Center of the God Pan
Be'er Shema The Church of St. Stephen
Be'er Sheva Prehistoric Dwelling Sites
Be'er Sheva Border of the Kingdom of Judah
Beit Alpha An Ancient Synagogue with a splendid Mosaic Floor
Beit She'an A Biblical City and Scythopolis- A Roman-Byzantine City
Beit She'arim The Jewish necropolis of the Roman Period
Beit Shemesh Biblical city on the border between Judah and Philistia
Belvoir A Crusader Fortress Overlooking the Jordan Valley
Bethsaida Ancient Fishing Village on shore of the Sea of Galilee
Caesarea from Roman City to Crusader Fortress
Capernaum City of Jesus and its Jewish Synagogue
The Carmel Caves Dwellings of Prehistoric Man
Cave of the Ereasure A Hoard of Metal Objects from the Chalcolithic Period
Dan Biblical City
The Eilat Region Southern Gateway
Ein Gedi An Ancient Oasis Settlement
Ein Hatzeva Fortress on the Border with Edom
Ekron a Philistine City
Gamala Jewish City on the Golan
Gezer A Canaanite City and Royal Solomonic City
Golan A Unique Chalcolithic culture
GolanRogem Hiri
Hamat Gader Baths of Medicinal Hot Springs
Hatzor "The Head of all those Kingdoms"
Herodium King Herod's Palace-Fortress
Jericho The Winter Palace of King Herod
Jerusalem Binyane Ha'uma: A Ceramics Workshop of the Tenth Roman Legion
Jerusalem Burial Sites
Jerusalem The Citadel
Jerusalem City of David
Jerusalem Church of the Holy Sepulcher
Jerusalem Herodian Street
Jerusalem Elaborate buildings of the Mamluk Period
Jerusalem Nea Church and Cardo
Jerusalem Northern Gate of Aelia Capitolina
Jerusalem Silver Plaques
Jerusalem The Church of the Seat of Mary (Kathisma)
Jerusalem Pomegranate from Solomonic Temple
Jerusalem Umayyad Center and Palaces
Jerusalem The Upper City during the Second Temple Period
Jerusalem Water Systems of Biblical Times
JerusalemThe Monastery of Martyrius
Jerusalem Western Wall and its Tunnels
Katzrin A Village in the Golan
Kiryat Sefer A Synagogue in a Jewish Village of the Second Temple Period
Kursi Christian Monastery
Lachish Royal City of the Kingdom of Judah
Masada Desert Fortress Overlooking the Dead Sea
Mediterranean coast Underwater exploration
Megiddo The Solomonic "Chariot City"
Nahal Refa'im Canaanite Bronze Age villages near Jerusalem
Nebi Samwil Site of a Biblical Town and a Crusader Fortress
NegevByzantine Churches in the Negev
The Nimrod Fortress Muslim Stronghold on Golan
Qumran Center of a Jewish Sect of the Second Temple period and the Dead Sea Scrolls found in Caves nearby
Ramat Rahel A Royal Citadel and a Palace of the Last Kings of Judah
Ramla Arab Capital of the Province of Palestine
Sha'ar Hagolan Neolithic Village
Tabgha Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and the Fishes
Tel Qasile A Philistine Settlement with a Temple
Tiberias Anchor Church
TiberiasThe Roman Boat from the Sea of Galilee
Timna Valley of the Ancient Copper Mines
Yodefat A Town in Galilee
Zippori Galilee
More Archeological Discoveries
Interesting Archeological Finds  (1998)
Recent archeological discoveries    - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 2 (1998)
Recent archeological discoveries    - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 3 (1998)
Recent archeological discoveries    - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 4 (1999)
Recent archeological discoveries    - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 5 (1999)
Recent archeological discoveries    - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 6 (2000)
Recent archeological discoveries    - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 7 (2001)
Recent archeological discoveries    - Archeological Sites in Israel - No. 8 (2003)




Historical sites by regions



There are dozens of historical sites in Israel of all periods, from Prehistoric period to the Ottoman period. Below is a list of major regions in Israel, each region includes many historical sites.

Click on each region from the list below to see the relevant historical sites.

Nazareth

The Holy City of Nazareth is the childhood home of Jesus. It is a center of Christian faith and pilgrimage. Nazareth is located in the hills  in the center of the Galilee in Northern Israel.  

To see a list of the historical sites in Nazareth click here.
Nazareth
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman,
Byzantine,
Arabic
Crusader Mameluke,
Turks
B. Annunciation
Mosaics of B.Annun.
Mt Precipice
Mary's Well
St. Gabriel Church
Yafia
Synagogue Church
Greek Catholic
Christ Church
Our Lady of the Fright
Jesus' Table
St Joseph Church

Sea of Galilee

The lake is located in the west side of the Galilee, a major source of water supply, center of tourism, and rich with history. The home town of Jesus was in Capernaum, and where most of his travels and acts were performed in the area.

To see a list of the historical sites in Sea of Galilee area click here.
Sea of Galilee
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Arbel Cliffs            
Magdala        
Tabcha            
Jesus Boat            
Yardenit Baptismal              
Capernaum      
Orthodox, Capernaum        
Tiberias      
South Gate              
Theater              
Tell Rakkath            
Horns of Hittim          
Tell Kinneret              
Khurvat Minya              
Hammat Gader        
Korazim        
Mount of Beatitudes              
Bethsaida        
Domus Galilaeae              
Kursi            
Tell Beit Yerach    
Hammat Tiberias        
Tell Hadar            
Job's spring              
Hippos / Sussita        

Lower Galilee

The Lower Galilee is a region within the North District of Israel. It is a beautiful region full of green Mountains, fascinating sites and, of course, The Sea of Galilee (the Kinneret). It has important religious History, both for Jews and for Christians, as well as some of the most important sites for Zionist History.

To see a list of the historical sites in Lower Galilee area click here.
Lower Galilee
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Khirbet Cana          
Yodfat          
Ammudim            
Beer Sheba (Galilee)            
Kefar Hannania        
Geva        
Harithiya          
Tell Hannathon        
Yiftach-El              
Sepphoris    
Sepphoris Mosaics              
Shimshit              

Yizreel Valley

The largest and most fertile valley in Israel, the Yizreel Valley, often called simply Ha-Emek ("the valley"), lies between the Galilee mountains to the north and the Samaria range to the south.

To see a list of the historical sites in Yizreel Valley area click here.
Yizreel Valley (Jezreel )
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Mount Tabor      
Tabor - Franciscan      
Tabor - Greek          
Tabor - Structures          
Tabor - Hang Gliding                
Megiddo            
Armageddon              
Tell Shimron        
Migdal Haemek            
Tell Sarid            
Tell Yokneam        
Tell Kassis            
Naim          
Ein-Dor          
Beit Shearim          
Catacombs              
Bethlehem Galilee          
Tell Yizreel    
Beit She'an Nights
Beit She'an Overview
Tell Beit She'an
Tell Yifar - Balfouriya            
Tell Rechov            
Beit Alpha              
Tarbenet              

Acre

Akko (Acre) represents tumultuous the history of the Land of Israel possibly better than any other city in the country. Akko is a city that has been shaped by the Romans, Ottomans, Crusaders, Mamelukes, Byzantines, and British, and fittingly is today home to a brilliantly coexistent mixed population of Jews, Christians and Muslims.
To see a list of the historical sites in Acre click here.
Acre (Akko)
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Tell Akko          
Khan al-Umdan            
Templars tunnel              
Hummus                
Acre Port            
Acre Aqueduct              
Knights halls            
Acre Citadel              
St. John Church            
St. Andrews Church            
St. George Church            
Bahai Sites              
Majadele Mosque              
Light house            

The Western Galilee

Is a small region in Israel's north western corner. Encompassing the Mediterranean Coast north of Haifa and stretching inland toward the Upper Galilee.

To see a list of the historical sites in Western Galilee area click here.
West Galilee
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Shavey-Zion            
Nahariyah          
Achziv      
Shefaram          
Shefaram Tombs              
Khirbet Ofrat        
Kavul        
Tell Kisson        
Tell Bira          
Tell Afek      
West Nahal Zippori            
Khali        
Tell Regev            
Tell Par & Kh. Ibtin        
Khirbet Sharata          
Khirbet Usha            
Roman road, Usha              
Tell Zavat          
Kishon river            

Upper Galilee

In the far north of Israel is the Upper Galilee region. Incredibly popular with Israeli's escaping from the city, the Upper Galilee has everything from skiing at Mount Hermon to ancient ruins, nature reserves to Biblical sites, and beauty like you can't imagine.

To see a list of the historical sites in Upper Galilee area click here.
Upper Galilee
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Tell Hazor            
Tell Yaaf            
Montfort            
Tell Avdon (Abdon)      
Masref          
Manot      
Suggar            
Keshet cave              
Mi'ilya      
Mi'ilya oil press            
Khirbet Beit Uriya        
Beit Jan            
Khirbet Seraf      
Khirbet Mehoz            
Khirbet Tefen          
Khirbet Heshek            
Tell Dan        
 Tell Kedesh  

Golan

The Golan Heights rises up to the east of the Sea of Galilee in the far north east of Israel. Home to some of Israel's most spectacular landscapes, and funnest adventures, the Golan Heights are a land of beauty, far removed from the cities of the center of the country.

To see a list of the historical sites in the Golan area click here.
Golan
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Khirbet Kanaf              
Em Hakshatot            
Yehudiyah          
Dolmens              
Roman Roads              
Bethsaida        
E-Dikke            
Gamla            
Banias (overview)    
Banias Stream                
Banias Temples        
Banias Roman          
Banias Crusaders            
Nimrod fortress            
Omrit      

Carmel

Mount Carmel towers over 15 miles of Israel's Mediterranean Coastline between Hadera and Haifa. The Carmel area has always been a symbol of beauty, and is known for its world class prehistoric cave sites, prophet Elijah's area, Roman and Byzantine sites.

To see a list of the historical sites in Carmel area click here.
Carmel
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Khirbet Oren            
Oren Caves              
Carmel Caves              
Atlit        
Qarta (Dustrey)              
Habonim        
Haifa        
Keren Carmel          
Khirbet Dubbah        
Elijah's cave              
Carmelite Monastery          
Stella Maris          
Migdal Malcha          
Siah Brook            
Tel Dor    
Shikmona        

Jerusalem

Jerusalem is city, special in every sense of the word. A surreal place holy to Jews, Muslims and Christians and therefore significant to over one-third of all people on earth.

To see a list of the historical sites in Jerusalem click here.
Jerusalem
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Tower of David      
Zion Gate              
Mount Zion        
Western Wall    
Southern Wall      
Ophel and Hulda      
Temple Mount    
Al-Aqsa          
Dome Rock          
2nd Temple gates          
Cardo Maximus              
Mount of Olives          
Basilica of Agony              
Yad Avshalom              
Tomb of Zechariah            
Tomb of Bnei-Hezir          
St. Peter Gallicantu          
Mary's tomb        
Via Dolorosa              
Holy Sepulcher          
Burnt house              
Broad Wall              
Augusta Victoria              
Monastery of Cross            
St. Francis convent              
Dormition Abbey              
King David's tomb        
Last Supper        
Armenian, Mt Zion          
St. James        
St. John the Baptist        
St. Anna          
Bethesda      
Dominus Flevit    
Ascension Chapel        
Russian ascension        
Pater Noster        
Golden Gate    
New Gate              
Lions' Gate              
Flagellation            
David's harp bridge                
Roman roads              
Roman streets              
Sebils              
Sultan's pool          
St. Andrew's          
Ein Karem    
Visitation        
Mary's spring      
St John BaHarim        
Greek Orthodox              
Jaffa Gate              
Muristan          
Light Show                
Kh. Tililiya              

Sharon

The Sharon is located in the west of the center of Israel, between the hills and the shore. The sites that are grouped here include Caesarea, Jaffa, and other sites in the center of the Country.

To see a list of the historical sites in the Sharon area click here.
Sharon
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Caesarea        
Caesarea Aqueduct          
Gilgal (in Sharon)        
Benjamin's Tomb            
Jaffa
Tell Qaqun      

Judea

The region of Judea is named after the Israelite tribe of Judah, which dominated the area through the Iron Age and established the Kingdom of Judah, which lasted until 586 BCE. Today the area is known as Judea and Samaria Area which is part of the West Bank.

To see a list of the historical sites in Judea area click here.
Judea
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Mar Saba          
Herodion        
Mar Elias        
Kathisma
Emmaus (overview)      
Emmaus Basilica        
Emmaus Roman bath          
Valley springs              
Hasmonean Fortress            
Wine Presses              
Jabal Munttar            
Nebi Samuel  
Nahal Ilan        
Euthemius Monastery          
Martyrius Monastery              
Good Samaritan Inn    
Horvat Hanut              
Kh. Matta, Ein Tannur          
Elah Valley              
Sha'araim              
Socho              
Azekah              
Adullam              
BethShemesh            
Beit Jamal          

Negev

Israel's Negev Desert is like pure magic. Covering over half of Israel's total land area, it is an area bustling with beauty. The Negev Desert is a fascinating and enchanting place, especially for those not familiar with desert landscapes.

To see a list of the historical sites in the Negev area click here.
Negev
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Yotvata          
Solomon's pillars              
Timna          
Eilat    
Ramon Crator                
Avdat          
Shivta          
Be'erotayim      
Nitzana          
Nitzana cave            
Nitzana curves                
Mamshit              
Mamshit churches              
Mamshit Market              
Mamshit water              
Tell Aro'er            
Small crater                
Ma'ale Akrabbim            
Mt Zin (Hor)              
Biblical Tamar            

Beit Kerem

The valley of Beit-Kerem is a region in the north side of the Lower Galilee and Karmi'el in the central Galilee.

To see a list of the historical sites in Beit Kerem area click here.
Beit-Kerem
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Har Gamal            
Pigeons caves              
Kh. Madrasah              
Kh. Kav          
Kh. Zagag              
Kh. Bata              
Kh. Kenes              
Karmi'el          
El Khader            
Nahef      

Hilazon creek

The Hilazon (Chilazon - "snail") creek flows south of the Beit-Kerem valley, from the Sachnin valley to the plains of Acre, merging into the Na'aman river. It is one of the four east-west valleys that comprise the Lower Galilee.

To see a list of the historical sites in Hilazon creek area click here.
Hilazon
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Rosh Zayit            
Neiel            
Kh. Fachir            
Hilazon creek    
Lower Hilazon cave              
Kh. Beza              
H. Gamum              

Jordan Valley

The Jordan Valley, extending from the outlet of the Jordan River at the Sea of Galilee to its inlet into the Dead Sea, a little over 100 kilometers to the south as the crow flies, reveals the variety of landscapes and sites for which Israel is famous, highlighted here from north to south.

To see a list of the historical sites in the Jordan Valley click here.
Jordan valley
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Gilgal Argaman              
Adam Bridges          
Kh. Makhruk            
Jordan Jericho    
Fazael Brook        
St Gerassimos        

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth, surrounded by the stunning landscape of the Negev Desert. The shores of the Dead Sea are the lowest point on the surface of the earth, and the saline water of the lake give lead to the name ‘Dead Sea' because no fish can survive in the salty waters.

To see a list of the historical sites in the Dead Sea area click here.
Dead Sea
Site name Prehistoric Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mameluke, Turks
Masada        
Nahal Hever            
Nahal Arugot          
Nahal David              
Ein Gedi    
Qumran      

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