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Living room of Ahiel's house Read More

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Drawing of Area G Read More

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The Kidron valley from Area G Read More

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Reconstruction of the City of David Read More

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Biblical burial Inscription and Silwan Read More

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“Area G” was the name given to main eastern slope in the City of David when excavated by the archaeological team led by the late Y. Shiloh.

Area G proved to contain many remains from different periods, including a “Large stepped Structure” that may have supported  King David’s Palace ; the House of Ahiel; the Burnt house; and the Bullae hoard.

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Points of Interest in the Area

warren shaft Warren’s shaft
 next to possible remains of king david palace King David’s Palace
 hezek tunnel s Hezekiah’s Tunnel