Tel Shiloh was the religious capital of Israel during the times of the Judges, and spans 4,000 years of continuous settlement starting from the 18th century BC (Middle Bronze II). Shiloh was an assembly place for the people of Israel and a center of wors
On the east side of the rich Samiya spring, above a fortified hill, are remains of an ancient city. Its Arabic name - Marjameh - means "ruin of the heaps of stones", which indeed describe the look of the remains. According to the surveys and brief excavat
Kfar Lakitia - one of the three Roman garrisons stationed by Hadrian at the end of the Bar-Kokhba revolt.