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The “Philistine Street”

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Pottery for olive oil Read More

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Olive oil and an oil lamp Read More

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Grinding devices for clothing Read More

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Coloring installation Read More

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A potter's wheel Read More

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Philistine pottery Read More

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Pottery kiln Read More

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Philistine cultic pottery vessels Read More

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Philistine burial Read More

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Philistine temple pillar bases Read More

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The “Philistine street” in kibbutz Revadim is a great tool to learn on the Philistines.

Built by Natan Yadlin, the “Philistine street” presents many aspects of the material culture of the Philistines, mostly based on the finds from the excavations in the nearby site of Ekron.

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wikipe The “Philistine Street” (in “Revadim”) on Wikipedia
google-maps The “Philistine Street” on Google Maps

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Points of Interest in the Area

azekah icon Azekah
 lachish Tel Lachish
 maresha Maresha

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