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Excavations at Aphek-Antipatris
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Excavations at Sepphoris by: Strange, James F., et al. Published: () Aphek-Antipatris / 1 Excavation of areas A and B: the seasons / Moshe Kochavi Contributions by Pirhiyah Beck A Journey by Lamplight, Part III - From Syria: Sensational New Collection of Tablets Found - From Israel: Excavations at Aphek-Antipatris *Spring * A Journey by Lamplight, Part II - Jerusalem Report:Evidence of Babylonian Siege Found - An Archaeological Context
Antipatris / æ n ˈ t ɪ p ə t r ɪ s / (Ibrani: אנטיפטריס, bahasa Yunani Kuno: Αντιπατρίς) adalah sebuah kota yang dibangun pada abad pertama SM oleh Herodes Agung, yang diambil dari nama ayahnya, ng merupakan sebuah taman nasional di Distrik Tengah, Israel, situs tersebut ditinggali dari zaman Kalkolitikum sampai akhir zaman :// Aphek-Antipatris II: The Remains on the Acropolis (The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations) PUBLISHED Please visit the publication's webpage: Aphek-Antipatris II: The Remains on the Acropolis (The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations)
APHEK-ANTIPATRIS Israel Roll Over the years several milestones have been discovered along three of the main Roman roads leading to the town of Antipatris and within a radius of 12 km. from it (Fig. ). Nos. 1, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 8, found in , were examined by the author in the framework of the Sharon Archaeological Survey, The remains of Antipatris are known today as Tel Afek (תל אפק), although formerly as Kŭlat Râs el 'Ain. It has been identified as either the tower of Aphek mentioned by Josephus, or the biblical Aphek, best known from the story of the Battle of Aphek. During the Crusader Period the site was known as Surdi fontes, "Silent springs".
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Excavations at aphek — antipatris With an area of about 30 acres, Aphek-Antipatris is one of the largest mounds in the land of Israel. It is situated near the source of the Yarkon River and was, for this reason, called Tel Ras el-’Ain in Arabic, meaning “Mound at the Head of the Spring.” Excavations at Aphek — Antipatris.
With an area of about 30 acres, Aphek-Antipatris is one of the largest mounds in the land of Israel. It is situated near the source of the Yarkon River and was, for this reason, called Tel Ras el-’Ain in Arabic, meaning “Mound at the Head of the Spring.” In antiquity the main international highway of COVID Resources.
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Excavations at Aphek-Antipatris: third season, [Moshe Kochavi] The first two seasons of excavations at Aphek-Antipatris, preliminary reportBeck, P. The pottery of the middle Bronze Age IIA at Tel Aphek.
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2, No. 1) [Moshe Kochavi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The First Two Seasons of Excavations at Aphek-Antipatris, Preliminary Report (Tel Aviv Journal of the Institute of › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Archaeology. Related Websites. Tel Aphek – Antipatris (Gems in Israel) A brief history of the site.
Canaanite Aphek (Penn Museum) An article by Moshe Kochavi, discussing the excavation and archaeological finds from Aphek, along with a special section concentrating on inscriptions. Tel Afek (Jewish Magazine) Informative article detailing the site’s history and describing the site’s remains :// Aphek was an important Biblical site inhabited since Canaanite times.
Around the 12 th Century BCE the Philistines camped at Aphek. In the fields of Eben Haezer, near the site they triumphed against the Israelites and captured the ark of the covenant.
In the Hellenistic period the city was called Pagae, but in 9 BCE Aphek-Pagae was re-founded, by King Herod, and was re-named :// Aphek-Antipatris II: The remains on the acropolis The moshe kochavi and pirhiya beck excavations.
Gadot and E. Yadin. With contributions by: Gabriella Bachi, David Ben-Shlomo, Elisabetta Boaretto, Eyal Bozaglo, Assaf Yasur-Landau, Rafael Frankel, Ayelet Gilboa, Yuval Goren, Marta Guzowska, Liora Kolska Horwitz, Mordechai E.
Kislev, Nir Aphek-Antipatris: Five Thousand Years of History (Hebrew Edition) by Moshe Kochavi and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at :// Aphek-Antipatris: Five seasons of excavation at Tel Aphek-Antipatris, () [Kokhavi, Mosheh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Aphek-Antipatris: Five seasons of excavation at Tel Aphek-Antipatris, () Antipatris is believed to have been the location of the earlier city of Aphek, mentioned at 1 Samuel Excavations conducted there in, and appear to confirm this.
Excavations conducted there in, and appear to confirm :// Aphek-Antipatris I. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology, (OCoLC) Online version: Kokhavi, Mosheh. Aphek-Antipatris I. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Antipatris / æ n ˈ t ɪ p ə t r ɪ s / (Hebrew: אנטיפטריס, Ancient Greek: Αντιπατρίς) was a city built during the first century BC by Herod the Great, who named it in honour of his father, site, now a national park in central Israel, was inhabited from the Chalcolithic Period to the late Roman Period.
The remains of Antipatris are known today as Tel Afek Aphek-antipatris II: The Remains on the Acropolis (Mosche Kochavi Excavations) by Yuval Gadot (Jan ) Digital Concordance - Book 1 - Aaron To Aphek: Book 1 - Aaron To Aphek (Volume 1) by Mr.
Jerome Cameron Goodwin ( ) In the Face of the Nations. Israel's Struggle for Peace. Edited By David Aphek by Yosef (). Tekoah (Jan 1, ) APHEK.
APHEK (Heb. אֲפֵק), name of three places mentioned in the Bible and named after nearby riverbeds (Heb. afikim), in which swiftly flowing streams rise after heavy rainfalls. (1) A Canaanite royal city (Josh. ) east of Jaffa in the Sharon which is possibly referred to in the Egyptian Execration Texts (early 18 th century b.c.e.).
It appears in the list of cities conquered by ANTIPATRIS. ANTIPATRIS (Gr. Αντιπατρις), ancient Palestinian city in the valley of Kefar Sava on the coastal plain, close to the important route Via was the site of biblical *Aphek, known also as Pegae in Hellenistic times, and perhaps as Arethusa from the time of was eventually rebuilt by Herod the Great in memory of his father Antipater (Jos., Ant., ff.).
/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/antipatris. Antipatris Scriptures. Acts - Then the soldiers, as it was commanded them, took Paul, and brought [him] by night to Antipatris. Map of New Testament Israel (Click to Enlarge). Israel in the First Century. Maps are essential for any serious Bible study, they help students of the Scriptures understand the geographical locations and historical backgrounds of the places mentioned in the :// This book contains pioneering research on aspects of society, culture and geography of rabbinic Torah centers in Palestine 70 CE.
It surveys the history of the centers in their geographic and social context in chronological order. Aphek Antipatris II. Yuval Gadot — in History. Author: Yuval Gadot File Size: MB Excavations at ‘En Besor, R. Gophna (),ISBN [Ramot Publishing] $ Jerusalem [see also Qedem Vols.
19, 30, 33, 35, 40, 41, 43; Jewish Quarter Excavations and The Palaces of the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great. The Village of. Publication of the late M. Kochavi excavations at Aphek-Antipatris (the late periods; on behalf of Tel Aviv University, with Prof. Moshe Fischer) Geoarchaeological research in the Yavneh dunefield (with Dr.
Joel Roskin) Research of the life cycle of pottery vessels in the Byzantine and Early Islamic ?id=APHEK-ANTIPATRIS II the Remains on the Acropolis The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck ExcavationsThis project, in which the Upper City of Aphek was excavated fromwas carried out under the supervision of Professor Moshe Kochavi for the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University.
The most important results of the Aphek-Antipatris excavations relate to the Upper City Wall, at