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Ashkelon Calf and Its Shrine Latest Images 16th century Bronze

Ashkelon Calf and Its Shrine Latest Images 16th century Bronze


Ashkelon Calf and Its Shrine

The calf and its shrine

A calf and its shrine, Ashkelon, Middle Canaanite period, 16th century BCE Pottery and silver-plated bronze | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Egyptian-Style Statuette

Ashkelon Calf and Its Shrine

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Cuneiform tablet: Old Babylonian balag to the mother goddess Aruru. Period: Old Babylonian Date: ca. 19th–16th century B.C.. Geography: Mesopotamia

Furniture element Period: Middle Bronze Age–Old Assyrian Trading Colony Date: ca. 18th century B.C. Geography: Anatolia, probably from Acemhöyük Culture: ...


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Ancient sarcophagus in Ashkelon

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Cylinder seal bearing images of Set, Horus, and the King in the red crown and in the white crown


Date: 16th-mid 15th century B.C.. Place of origin: Crete Period: Minoan period, Late

Member of the physical anthropology team examines a 10th-9th century BC burial during the excavation of the Philistine cemetery by the Leon Levy Expedition ...

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Kneeling man (probably a priest). Bronze figurine late period of Egyptian sculpture BCE. At the Ashkelon Israel Museum (IDAM), Jerusalem, Israel.



Ruins of a small Medieval structure are located on the edge of the cliff, which could have been a small temple or shrine. It is named Maqam al-Khadra - the ...

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Date: 16th-mid 15th century B.C.. Place of origin: Crete Period: Minoan period, Late

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Many of the decorated juglets from the cemetery were imported from Phoenicia. This is not surprising since the Philistines had close ties with Phoenician ...

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Ruins of Ashkelon, Israel, 1969, photos by David Harris. The ancient port of Ashkelon goes back to the Neolithic Age, over the centuries ruled by Canaanites ...

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