Thursday, December 26, 2013

More Century-Plus-Old Tel Shiloh Photographs

Thanks to Lenny Ben-David's Picture-A-Day, I can now show you additional pictures from over a century ago of Tel Shiloh.

This picture shows how easy it was to remove archaeological artifacts from Tel Shiloh:

This one show the Wali Yeitim, looking north:

And this is looking south-easty at the same Muslim building:

Another view:

Credit Note:

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